a high street evening gown

I find that women are often intimidated by black-tie weddings. The thought of a dressy, floor-length gown means that you must get all dolled up and spend a fortune. When it comes to formal weddings, I prefer to keep things understated—a slinky dress, lived in hair, and minimal accessories. I love how the cutouts in this gown from David’s Bridal give it a designer look and are sexy without being overtly so. No high slits or cleavage necessary, so you won’t upstage the bride. I also love the color. It’s a very summer appropriate shade of berry, however, deep enough to work for formal events all year. It’s an ideal staple dress that I plan to pull out again and again. For more wedding wardrobe ideas, I love this guide that breaks down what to wear for every wedding, from casual to destination.

DAVID’S BRIDAL Ruched Sheath Dress With Cutout Neckline

Thanks David’s Bridal for sponsoring this post.



  1. June 23, 2017 / 4:50 am

    Babe what a stunning dress, the colour is really amazing on you!

    xx Rubi

    Pose & Repeat

  2. June 29, 2017 / 1:45 am

    You are working this dress! It’s gorgeous and goes so well with your skin tone. I especially like the cuts outs on the chest of the dress. It’s glamorous without being too ostentatious.

  3. August 4, 2017 / 3:41 pm

    This dress looks amazing on you and I also love a reason to get fancy every now and then, more now than then. lol

  4. June 2, 2018 / 7:44 am

    Nice post. I love evening gowns. I always having evening gowns in Evening parties. Thanks for sharing.

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