[OOTD] – Wedding in Czech Republic

Skirt H&M Outfit
We all know that finding the right outfit for a wedding isn’t easy. You got to keep in mind the bride and groom’s wishes, white is most likely out of the question and you need to adapt your clothes to the location (beach, church, hotel). Now imagine finding an outfit for a wedding in a completely different country. Take a look at what I put together for the wedding of two of my boyfriends close friends in Czech Republic.

Outfit Black and White skirtPoelman heelsOOTD black and white skirt blue
Although the wedding was held at a church it wasn’t a very formal event. The dresscode was ‘dress colorful and comfortable and if you want to take it seriously dress like Federer, along with a picture of Roger Federer in a suit.’ Quite confusing, but fun! I decided to keep things classic, but not overly formal with an A-line skirt, a colorful top and a pair of chunky heels.

WHAT I’M WEARING

Top by Mango – 19,99/€5,-
Skirt by H&M – €49,99
Shoes by Poelman€79,95/€50,-

With Love,

Elise Mooijman

P.S. A travel report of our trip to Prague (and possibly a vlog) is in the making.

13 Responses to [OOTD] – Wedding in Czech Republic

  1. Louise says:

    You look absolutely gorgeous, I love this outfit and thinks it’s perfect wedding attire 🙂 I just stumbled upon your blog and adore it! Now following you through bloglovin xx

    Thrive on Novelty

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  3. LOVE THIS! Wow so adorable. 🙂

  4. Kimberly says:

    Ik vind je outfit echt heel erg leuk zeg! Mooi ook voor een bruiloft. Ik vind het altijd super moeilijk om een leuke outfit uit te zoeken, maar die van jou is echt perfect

  5. Kirsty says:

    Mooie outfit! Ik zou het echt supermoeilijk vinden om een outift voor een bruiloft te verzinnen, alles zou voor mij of underdressed of overdressed lijken haha! Jouw outfit vind ik precies goed!

  6. Je ziet er echt stralend uit 😀
    Gelukkig was het mooi weer 🙂

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