I am not sure - ours is not a formal dinner - we've just invited anyone who is down the night before the wedding to come join us at the pub where we've reserved some space - for a drink or a meal - very low key, very schnitzel and chips or surf and turf type arrangement.
I've chosen what I'll wear for the day after and potentially some nice dinners on our honeymoon that might be suitable though - here it is!
It's the reneylla dress by two sister's the label - an Aussie brand.
I think I'd probably look somewhere like ASOS, Nordstrom, Macy's or even TJ Maxx - plus I guess it depends on the formality of the event too!
Try Lulu’s, Ive had good experience buying dresses there
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Love this! OP definitely think untraditional! I wore an outfit I knew I’d never wear any other time: short sleeve white lace crop top with a high waisted tiered white tulle skirt. It felt very whimsical!
I have too many dresses! My bachelorette will be a ivory romper and white bathing suit, since it’s at a spa. And my shower will be a maxi dress with gold on it. Rehearsal probably a mid length eyelet dress or Kohl’s dress I bought for my graduation and a flower crown. 🌸
Since we're wanting our rehearsal dinner to be more laid back, I'm planning on wearing black jeans, block heels and a cute top! I'll be all dolled up for the wedding, so I like a more dressy casual look for dinner.
This is kind of the vibe I'm going for! If any of my ladies get me a cute 'bride' top to wear for my bachelorette, then I'll wear that, if not I'll just go with a dressier top!
I had originally planned on wearing this but then we ended up not having an official rehearsal dinner because our wedding plans changed due to Covid.
We did have a dinner for some of our closer friends the night before (my friend visiting from out of town, members of the wedding party, the girls helping me get ready, and my mom) but it was really cool so I ended up wearing jeans, a sweater, booties, and a leather jacket. A lot more casual than I originally intended but appropriate for the temperature and also a better fit for the event itself, since it wasn't a rehearsal dinner per se.