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SHEIN Fall Try-On Haul 2019 | Summer To Fall Transition Outfits

How Summer Dresses Can Be Great Alternatives to a Wedding Dress

It’s the biggest and most exciting day in a person’s life: The day of the wedding. It’s a day every girl in the world has dreamed of for years. But as soon as the fog of happiness clears for a moment, suddenly gravity strikes. Weddings must be carefully planned, organized, and administered. For a bride-to-be, this can all be overwhelming, and every bit of help counts. The bride will be at the center of this momentous day. All eyes are on her and her dress. The wedding dress will be the heart of the entire look, so choosing the perfect dress is as important as any other part of the wedding process.

There are several conditions to consider when choosing the dress: budget, wedding theme, and location, physique and personality of the wearer. Since the wedding dress must be worn by the star of the event, a large part of the budget is allocated for this, but there is no need to spend a lot of money. There are several options available to her, from new to vintage, rental or purchase, haute couture or design, store-bought, or online. Because everything is so easily accessible, there is an almost unlimited choice. However, one of the least explored options is to wear summer dresses for the wedding.

Summer dresses are originally designed to be worn during the summer months, in warm weather. Summer dresses are usually made of lightweight, loose-fitting fabric. Wearing summer dresses as wedding dresses is very suitable for destination weddings and for weddings outside, for example, on the beach or in the garden. In addition to making the bride feel comfortable, summer dresses are a unique way of expressing fashion style without being too expensive.

With so many options available, choosing the right dress can seem like a daunting task, but as long as these guidelines are followed, finding the perfect summer wedding dress will be as easy as wearing it.

The color of the dress can enhance or destroy the entire look. If the wedding looks more traditional, summer dresses can be worn in colors such as white, ivory, or cream. For more personality, other colors can also be chosen. Shades of light pink, yellow or blue are suitable for the wedding. If the bride-to-be is not traditional and has a bold personality, vibrant colors in a red, orange or bright yellow can be used, especially in informal weddings. The bride’s personality comes into play in the choice of colors. It sets the tone for all other wedding details such as decoration and flowers.


Summer dresses come in different styles. It should be chosen based on your own figure (pear-shaped, delicate, apple-shaped, heavy on top, heavy on the bottom, thin and slender, voluptuous, etc.) and your personal fashion sense. An A-shaped silhouette is flattering to most body types. Show a little skin for a sexier look. Show your shoulders without sleeves and halter. Shorter hems are popular with smaller women, while maxi dresses are more suitable for tall women. A flowing skirt that rests in the right places can do wonders for a less perfect figure. Imperial waists create the illusion of length and make the wearer look like she has longer legs. The decolletés draw the eyes upwards when the bride feels more comfortable by accentuating this area. The simplicity or complexity of the dress will depend on the look the bride wants to achieve. Summer dresses are not limited to one style, so the wearer can choose the shape that suits him/her best.


The key element to transform the look of the summer dress from a normal day at the beach to a wedding dress for that special day is the accessory. If the summer dress is simple, it should be decorated with metallic accents. For a more formal look, jewelry can be used to give it an elegant look. For a complete beach look, pearls and accents with a tribal touch can be used to enhance the theme. Wrap some flowers in your hair to add a delicate feminine touch, or put them in bouquets that can be worn around your necks, such as bracelets or anklets. For simple white capes, wearing a fabric belt in your chosen contrast motif is a good way to bring out the colors. To disguise the summer dress, a lace scarf or topper can be used to make it suitable for weddings. Also wearing pearls and crystals gives the dress a touch of glamour. Wedding veils are not a necessity for modern weddings, but if the bride decides to wear a veil, simple, short models are more suitable for summer dresses. The bride’s bouquet should be simple so as not to overshadow the summer dress. It is an accent that should be a compliment and not the real attraction.


Long, loose waves on the shoulders complement summer dresses; flowers in the hair as headbands or accents on the lapel work just as well. For a unique look, thread ribbons or beads through the curls to add a bohemian touch. Since summer dresses are not traditional, choose shoes that don’t look as good. Heels can be worn, but they’re more likely to get stuck in the sand when you go to the beach. Sandals can be worn, but the line should be marked on the rubber flip-flops. There are more fashion options, some with bright accents and metallic colors. Shoes the color of bridesmaids’ dresses is a good way to keep the whole motif together.

Summer dresses are a good alternative to traditional wedding dresses. Whether casual or formal, summer dresses allow the bride to be elegant and unique without breaking the budget. In the end, it is the bride who makes the decision, no matter what style or color she chooses. She should feel feminine, elegant, and beautiful at the same time without sacrificing comfort.

Fall is almost here! I was so excited to film this SHEIN try-on clothing haul since I know some areas have already starting to cool down, these are perfect summer to fall transition outfits! All the SHEIN pieces are less than $30! Use my code KERINA15 for 15% off!

Outfit 1 — 0:36:
Black Long Sleeve Top: https://bit.ly/2TZEHjW (S, $12)
Brown Corduroy Skirt: http://shrsl.com/1rrs9 (XS/ $10)
Wolford black tights: http://bit.ly/2Zcl4L1 (M, $61)
Lace up booties: F21 (sold out), similar here: http://shrsl.com/1rrsm ($17)
Hat: http://bit.ly/2Nrl96A ($39)

Outfit 2 — 2:59:
Butterfly Tank Top: http://shrsl.com/1rrrp (S/ $8)
Pleated plaid Skirt: http://shrsl.com/1rrse (XS/ $12)
Denim Jacket: http://shrsl.com/1rrrr (XS/ $24)
Bucket Bag: https://bit.ly/2Vqo0hK ($31)

Outfit 3 — 5:18:
White scoop-neck crop top: http://shrsl.com/1rrrh (S/ $9)
Black Faux Leather Skirt: http://shrsl.com/1rrrw (XS/ $16)

Outfit 4 — 6:14:
White scoop-neck crop top: http://shrsl.com/1rrrh (S/ $9)
Monochrome Plaid Button Skirt: http://shrsl.com/1rrsg (XS/ $16)
Pearl Tweed Bag: https://bit.ly/2HlF6bh ($16)

Outfit 5 — 7:50:
White Sweater: https://bit.ly/2MzKKuB (M/ $12)
Pink Trim Skirt: https://bit.ly/2ZpkkNY (S/ $18)
White runners: FILA Disruptor II Runners: http://bit.ly/2YyQVVW ($64)

Outfit 6 — 9:10:
1991 T-shirt: https://bit.ly/2ZnEYhi (S/$9)
Denim skirt: https://bit.ly/32fLdXk (XS/ $28)
Black belt: https://bit.ly/31Giiuq ($4)
Pink Corduroy Varsity Jacket: http://shrsl.com/1rrr6 (M/ $20)

Outfit 7 — 10:21:
White Ribbed Crop Top: http://shrsl.com/1rrqw (S/ $5)
Black Button A-line Skirt: http://shrsl.com/1rrs2 (XS/ $11)
Beige Cardigan: http://shrsl.com/1rrqp (S/ $20)

Outfit 8 — 10:40:
Black long-sleeve Mesh Top: http://shrsl.com/1rrrc (XS/ $14)
Black Crop Top: http://shrsl.com/1rrrk (S/ $5)
Blue Jeans: http://shrsl.com/1rrsi (XS/ $20)

What I’m Wearing In The Video:
Top: https://bit.ly/30Ev3FX ($22)
Skirt: https://bit.ly/2Zn6trF ($37)

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