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How to Wear Your Wedding Rehearsal Dinner Look Forever

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The eve of your wedding day is a time to remember, whether you’re spending precious moments with your wedding party at your rehearsal dinner or treating all your guests to a pre-extravaganza cocktail bash. Of course, you'll always have the photos and videos to remember, but you can also keep your wedding eve look to rewear and love — and continue the celebration long past your honeymoon.


An effortlessly sleek slip-dress feels timeless and versatile for a range of events, from your rehearsal dinner to another special occasion. Just switch up your accessories, like a simple pendant to a statement necklace or a strappy stiletto for a bejeweled low-stacked heel. For more relaxed outings, experiment with casual layers, like an oversized bomber jacket or plush cashmere cardigan.


A sweetheart-neckline and corset-topped satin gown feels eternally romantic — and allows for a wealth of layering options. Counter the soft draping for a punk rock vibe with a cropped moto-jacket, stunt like a street style star with an oversized double-breasted blazer or be really experimental and wear the dress over a turtleneck or ribbed tank.


A sparkling champagne corset top and longline trousers give a fresh and modern pre-wedding day style teaser. The pairing also offers two new wardrobe staples to mix and match with your closet favorites. The top works with a leather blazer and jeans for a casual night out or a ball-gown skirt for a formal event. The flared pants span all dress codes, from a coastal grandma afternoon with an ivory turtleneck sweater to a dance party with a sequined jacket — and everything in-between.


A tuxedo dress offers a two-in-one rehearsal look to be restyled in an infinite number of ways. As a blazer, the single-button silhouette works with jeans or biker shorts for an edgy-relaxed vibe. For professional or formal occasions, pair the versatile blazer with trousers — from a tonal ivory to a multi-color patterned ones. Have fun with layering as a dress, too, for instance, over a bikini top or a crisp button-down shirt.


A tuxedo pantsuit is a classic wardrobe essential, no matter the dress code. For your rehearsal dinner, be on-theme with a corset, bandeau or lace-trimmed cami. Forever after, enjoy a rotation of go-out tops in a spectrum of colors, patterns or metallics and a range of silk blouses and fine-knit turtlenecks for more formal occasions. Of course, make the most out of wearing the tux pieces as separates — and as forever keepsakes from your milestone celebration.


A longline jacket and trouser set also creates a staple wardrobe capsule — worn together or as separates — that continues to stun long past the wedding. The ankle-sweeping layer can even be worn as a warm weather or versatile resort vacation coat that actually does go with everything.

Esme Midi

Continue to treasure and restyle a chic and elegant midi-length column dress through creativity with outer-layers and accessories. Think: a playful bolero for dinner, a floral-embroidered cardigan for afternoon tea or a black leather blazer for drinks. The exposed décolleté also offers a foundation for a series of statement necklaces, simple pendants and dazzling drop earrings — depending on your mood that day.

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Emmy Tendler | March 23, 2023

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