RSVP: It's Wedding Season!
Look 208, because a flowing maxi is always a good idea!

As women rush to RSVP wedding invitations that came in during the pandemic, Soignée Boutique CEO Sushana Cole has taken a cue from the stunning Hanifa Official gown she wore to an event early this year, and has curated a lookbook signalling that wedding season is back again.

Boasting cools shades of mint, and evening-appropriate deep blues and greens, the selection from Soignée is perfect for tropical destinations and beach ceremonies. Meanwhile, airy fabrics like chiffon are great for those nuptials that will wrap before 6:00 pm, and elevated materials such as crepe and sequins will have you elegant in cocktail attire. Whether you prefer a printed mini, a backless jumpsuit, or a design with balloon sleeves, Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) has found the best wedding-guest dresses that can be worn with long after wedding season is over. Get the look.

Soignée Boutique

Website: shopstrictly4motivation.com

IG: @soigneebyshanacole

Some items available locally at The Shana Cole Collection, Shop #12, 8 Hillview Avenue

Look 16 can be dressed up or down for a look guestswill be obsessed with.
Look 120 mixesall the colours ofthe season.
Soignée BoutiqueCEO Sushana Cole ina Hanifa Official MáiMaxi dress at a friend'swedding in February.
Flaunt fab in a jumpsuit. (Photos: Courtesy of SushanaCole & Lush Entertainment)
...and a halter neck design. Add statement accessories, and if you'll be on uneven terrain like grass, or sand, don't overlook strappy flat sandals in lieu of heels.
Get into the flowof the seasonwith Look 137.The chiffonjumpsuit featuresa palazzo style

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