Local looks that are great for weddings

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Wedding season is among us. If you're still searching for the perfect outfit to wear to the next wedding on your calendar, Sarah Ruhlman of SarahScoop.com has you covered.

Look 1: Cocktail Attire Wedding
A simple shift dress with a fun print is an easy way to look pulled together and appropriate for a wedding. Make sure that the print doesn't have a lot of white, so that it doesn't break the wedding guest rule of wearing white to the wedding. Pair with a neutral clutch for your essentials.

Look provided by: Alysa Rene Boutique

Look 2: Outdoor or Garden Wedding
Outdoor weddings can be tricky. To play it safe regardless of the weather, try a lightweight maxi dress in a flowy fabric to stay cool or warm. Always stick to comfortable shoes for walking outside, like flat sandals or wedges. Go with a fun print to dress up the look!

Look by: Etiquette Boutique

Look 3:  Formal/Black Tie Wedding
For a formal or Black Tie wedding in the summer, you don't want to go with your traditional black gala gown. While long dresses feel more formal, try a gown with intricate detailing like beading or embroidery. We went with a high neck gown from Bella Bridesmaids in a floral print that is embroidered for an upscale, yet fun wedding guest look that won't compete with the bridesmaids. A print will help you stand out, as bridal parties often gravitate towards solid dresses.

Look by Bella Bridesmaids