Dashing Bridal Attire
You never wear dresses so why would you on your wedding day? After all, the day is all about you, and every single detail should scream it. Ditch the pressure to wear a dress and consider a bridal suit suited especially for you.
Stick to Traditional
If you're not trying to make a statement and just want to avoid wearing a dress, go with a traditional but elegant pantsuit that still says bride. White satin will do the trick or pick something with a little more pop on top, such as an embroidered bodice for elegance and style. Add some sparkling jewelry to the mix, and you'll ensure all eyes are on you.
So maybe you want some dress features without the actual dress. Ask and you shall receive the best of both worlds. Consider pants and a top that drapes down like a train in the back, giving the impression to those behind you that you're donning a dress. If trains aren't your style, go with a top that features bows, sequins or sparkles for a feminine touch. Who wouldn't want to be comfortable and dashing?
Show Some Leg
You're hoping for 90 degree weather when you say "I do." That way you can show some leg, shoulder and maybe a little back. There are plenty of suits with shorts or skirt options, as well as off the shoulder or sleeveless tops, perfect for a hot wedding day. Not only will you be the "cool" bride, but you'll also be the most comfortable on the dance floor.
Revel in the Romper
Two-pieces just aren't your thing. You're more of a one-piece girl. That's why rompers were invented, and there are plenty to choose from for your wedding getup. Step into a plain, bedazzled or lace romper and be done with it.
While you might be able to hide your shoes (maybe even wear flip flops) under a wedding dress, your feet will be more visible if you wear a suit or romper. Let them make a fashion statement with shoes that perfectly complete your outfit.