Wedding season is in full swing, and your schedule is likely booked with save-the-dates to attend your friends' and families' "I Dos." Every nuptial on the calendar is an occasion to dress for, and with back-to-back ceremonies, showing up with your best wedding guest style is no easy feat. If you're in need of some fashion inspiration that takes you from "Here Comes the Bride" to the DJ's last song, turn to your favorite It girls for dress (and non-dress) ideas to suit every style.
We've rounded up seven celebrities with the best wedding guest style to serve up all the inspiration you need to get you through wedding season. From 1997 to 2017, here are seven fashion moments you'll want to pin right now, along with the wedding guest outfit rules we've learned with them.
Head below to see how our favorite celebrities win at wedding guest style, and then shop some of our favorite fashion girl–inspired frocks.
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Look no further than Naomi Campbell for timeless wedding guest style that would look just as fashion-forward now as it did in 1997 at the wedding of Vogue photographer Miles Aldridge. (And yes, that's a young Lily Aldridge seated next to the supermodel.)
What better way to do wedding guest dressing than showing up in a frock of your own design? Ratajkowski did exactly that while serving as her friend's bridesmaid last year, wearing a romantic minidress from her collaboration with Christy Dawn.
Leave it to Graham to completely rewrite the rules of wedding guest dressing—and do so with inimitable success. When attending her sister's ceremony in fall of 2016, the model wore black leather pants topped off with a luxurious black fur cropped jacket.
When Gomez attended the California nuptials of former Wizards of Waverly Place co-star David Henrie, she demonstrated that tasteful cutouts could work with her maxi-length and turtleneck Emilia Wickstead F/W 17 dress.
At BFF Jason Wu's wedding in 2016, Kruger proved sequins could be the right amount of proper and also party-ready.
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Huntington-Whiteley pushed the envelope with wedding guest dressing in an almost-white silk gown at a friend's wedding way back in 2008. She topped off her elegant ensemble with a tiara fit for a princess and made her look church-ready with a matching knit sweater.
Chung taught us a lesson in traditional style, looking impossibly cool in a long-sleeve full-length navy number complete with ruffles and polka dots.