A good wedding guest dress has a lot of boxes to check, but the most important one on our list is comfort. Is this going to be a dress that you can dance in all night long without wanting to rip it off your body the second you get back to your hotel? The second most important box is the price—in this economy, we're not blowing our entire paycheck on an outfit we're only wearing for an evening—sorry. Luckily, Revolve has both covered with their end-of-season sale that's got pages and pages of slinky, stretchy, gorgeous dresses that are perfect for spring and summer weddings.
For instance? The coveted Norma Kamali's Diana Gown (now $194) is ideal for weddings because it's made of a spandex and polyester blend that's stretchy and comfortable (we've written about how it's basically the leggings equivalent of a gown). Also great are flow-y dresses like House of Harlow 1960s Sabrina Dress (now $167), which you can score on sale for nearly 30 percent off.
Scroll down to see the best of the Revolve sale. We're sure there's at least one option that will have you saying "yes to the dress."
Originally $215, now $194
This one-shoulder dress offers a ruched design that’s stylish and great for all body types. Made of a mid-weight jersey material and five percent spandex, this pretty little number accentuates your bod and is super comfortable. Say yes to dancing, dining, and photos because you’ll be able to do anything in it.
Sizes: XXS-L (selling fast!)
Originally $395, now $324
Sparkles, V-neck, and a ruffled hem—this dress has it all! But don’t let these good looks fool you. It’s a really comfortable wedding guest dress. The pull-on style and detachable waist makes this dress easy to put on and tailor to your unique body shape. Attending a wedding in this dress, and you’ll be serving glam all day long.
Colors: 5 (Silver on sale)
Originally $288, now $260
It can be intimidating to wear bold prints and patterns to a wedding, but the Morgan dress from Lovers and Friends fuses pink and orange flowers in a melodic fashion that’s not overpowering. The dress boasts a sweetheart neckline and a ruffle trim at the end of the dress, both of which are super flattering. Since comfort is the name of the game, you’ll enjoy the lightweight crepe-y fabric. It’s breezy, easy to wear, and is ideal for super humid or hot wedding days.
Colors: 2 (Chai Floral print on sale)
Originally $389, now $331
Make a statement in Nookie’s Leilani Gown. This sequin-embellished pinkish number will shine on any dance floor, and you can do the “cha cha slide” in it without feeling constricted, thanks to the stretchiness offered by the nylon and elastane blend. Add a clutch and your favorite heels, and you’re off to the dance floor.
Originally $238, now $167
The pleated metallic green design and crystal embellishment is giving Wizard of Oz—it’s like you’re walking through the Palace of Oz in the heart of Emerald City. Beyond being super stylish, I’m here to inform you that the Sabrina dress from House of Harlow feels more like a nightgown versus a gown-gown to wear, thanks to the open slit and spandex-infused polyester. Pair it with black stilettos or open-toed heels to complete the look.
Originally $220, now $132
This satin-like (it’s actually polyester) dress is not one to miss on your shopping trip. The cowl neckline is super flattering, and the dress has asymmetrical, adjustable straps to hold your girls in. What’s great about the Reyna is that it has a side seam slit—which makes moving and grooving a breeze. It’s a show-stopper to say the least, but not too much to take attention away from the bride.
Colors: 3 (two colors on sale)
Originally $198, now $143
You can never go wrong with a black dress. It’s timeless, and looks good on everyone (and goes with everything). This one has a halter top, ruched detailing, and a slit to show off a little bit of leg. The Addison maxi dress is composed of a polyester and spandex blend that renders this dress soft and stretchy, so nothing can get in the way of you dancing, eating, drinking, and having fun.
Colors: 3 (Black on sale)
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