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Five Slick Summer Wedding Outfits That You Can Pick Up Online For Less Than €150

By mariemadden

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am


March has arrived – and if you're in that stage of your life, it’s time to start planning for the endless summer weddings that lie ahead.

Given the rising cost of attending weddings in Ireland – and because you need a different outfit every time (thanks for nothing, Facebook) invites can often cause more dread than delight.

So we raided the online shelves of Littlewoods Ireland to throw a few options together – and here's what we found.

1. Flirty florals

Floral is a huuuuge trend for SS16, and this cute cocktail dress is really eye-catching.

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Total: €116

2. Luxe LBD

An LBD is a great choice if you have a few weddings to go to, as it can easily be transformed with different accessories. Efficient. Go you.

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Total: €145

3. Full-on glam

If you want to go all out, this Little Mistress gown is really stunning – and better still, it's perfect for a black-tie event.

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Total: €149

4. Casual cool

For a more laid-back wedding (hello hipster friends), tuck this bardot-style top into a striking red lace skirt for a comfortable and stylish look.

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Total: €123

5. Statement style

A fascinator really adds a special touch to a wedding outfit; choosing a neutral colour means you’ll wear it for years to come.

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Total: €134

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