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Wed­ding dress codes can be ter­ri­fy­ing, so fol­low these handy tips for a no-fail out­fit.

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Reli­gious cer­e­monies or solem­ni­sa­tions fol­lowed by lunch re­cep­tions

Knee-length dresses or for­mal sep­a­rates in lighter hues are ap­pro­pri­ate for church wed­dings. Sleeve­less tops are OK, but avoid any­thing too re­veal­ing.

Din­ner re­cep­tions at a restau­rant or ho­tel

A floor-length dress or shorter cock­tail dress will do nicely. For the lat­ter, ac­ces­sorise with a state­ment clutch, jew­ellery and heels to make your look more for­mal.

Beach or gar­den wed­dings

Skip the heavy fab­rics (too hot), heels (that might sink into the sand or soil), and short dresses with light fab­rics that may give rise to some em­bar­rass­ing up­skirt mo­ments.

Santa Mon­ica maxi dress, $39.90

Col­lec­tion drape de­tail dress, $44.90

Some­thing Bor­rowed two-piece lace cami maxi dress from Zalora, $39.90,

Charles & Keith heels

Charles & Keith sling­back mules, $53.90

Charles & Keith heels

H&M Avi­a­tor sun­glasses

Miss Sel­fridge rose gold pineap­ple clutch from Zalora, $41.90

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