When buying a wedding dress or suit, it is normal to think forward of how you would look cool without compromising style. At the same time, you don’t like to divert the attention from the couple, who is in the first place, the star of the show. This is the reason why it is extremely important to choose the right clothes, especially for photographers. They need to blend perfectly to create uniformity among the newlywed’s chosen theme.
When going to a wedding, you should never, ever wear white – unless of course you were requested to. In addition to that, you want to avoid wearing white to a pre-wedding festivity such as engagement party, rehearsal dinner or shower. An exception to this is when the dress code calls for an all-white.
Besides, wearing white is a stain magnet. There are expected to be lots of delicious foods in the reception and if you are wearing white clothes, stains can be noticeably seen in it, more so if you are a bit clumsy.
Never Disrespect Religious Affiliations
If you are well aware that the wedding will be held in a catholic church, then it may be a good idea to cover parts of your arms and showing too much skin. Different religious culture will have different beliefs, which is something that you need to be mindful about.
Another example would be in a Muslim wedding. Such culture are known not to eat pork and being a guest or a photographer, making comments of where the pork is can be a clear sign of disrespect and put you in trouble.
Black is Safe
You can actually wear black clothes in wedding. The only reason why people refrain from wearing one is because of the taboo that goes along with it. But in all honesty, black is completely appropriate, especially for that evening celebration.
Wedding in Fall
Fall weddings are a bit challenging to find matching dress for the weather is unpredictable. This is why most of the essential things to remember are dressing in layers. Fall is also the time when you can break out your favorite suede heels and black dress but you must wait until closer to the actual wedding event in order to finalize your accessories.