Our Favourite Celebrity Wedding Guest Looks

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Amal and George Clooney at Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding in 2018. Featured image for article titled Our Favourite Celebrity Wedding Guest Looks

Deciding what to wear as a wedding guest can be difficult. What you choose can depend on the wedding theme, the weather, the season and so much more!

If you are stuck and have nothing to wear, take a look below at some of our favourite celebrity wedding guest looks!

From singers to supermodels, find some inspiration here with these A-List styles.

Amal Clooney

Amal Clooney wowed in this beautifully sunny Stella McCartney dress at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. This shift dress, known as Angie, features cap sleeves, a pencil skirt and a waterfall detail at the back. Mrs Clooney accessorised with a matching fascinator and gold heels, bringing a touch of Holywood glamour to the ceremony.

David and Victoria Beckham

Another power couple to attend the 2018 Royal Wedding was David and Victoria Beckham. The pair, known for their effortlessly cool and chic style, looked like royals themselves with David sporting a sharp Dior suit while Victoria opted for one of her own designs. For a splash of colour, the fashionista added a pair of red heels.

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Cara Delevingne

Want to make a statement? Be like supermodel Cara Delevingne and say no to a fascinator and yes to a top hat! Looking dapper in a full suit, the model donned a perfectly tailored Emporio Armani fit complete with cummerbund, tails and stilettos. It’s safe to say we are obsessed!

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez reunited with her old Disney pals – the cast of Wizards of Waverly Place – for former co-star David Henrie’s wedding. The actress / singer looked elegant in a maroon dress by designer Emila Wickstead. The calf-skimming skirt is complemented by a high neck, cut-out shoulders and a low back, adding a youthful touch to the gown.

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Beyoncé Knowles

If anyone can pull off wearing white to their sister’s wedding, then it is the Queen B herself – Beyoncé! In this Instagram post shared by the Crazy In Love singer, the family can be seen standing in formation, all in white attire. While wearing this colour to a wedding might be controversial (might be best to ask the bride first!) we can’t help but fall in love with how elegant and strong this photo looks!

Rachel Zoe

Stand out from the crowd in yellow! American fashion designer, business women and author, Rachel Zoe, chose this floor length Oscar De La Renta gown to celebrate Paris Hilton’s recent marriage to Carter Reum. From silver appliques around the neckline to the colour, this is definitely one of our favourite wedding guest looks!

Kylie Jenner

Show-stopping and jaw-dropping. These are just two words to describe the infamous and controversial dress worn by Kylie Jenner at Justin and Hailey Bieber’s wedding. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star rocked a golden dress with thigh slit and slashed neckline. There is no denying the youngest Jenner sister looked amazing but is this dress a little too much for a wedding guest?

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Lady Kitty Spencer

Lady Kitty Spencer looked classic and refined in this phenomenal Dolce and Gabbana dress. Matching her heels and bag to the orange flecks in the green dress, the aristocrat and model looked like a dream. We can’t forget about that stunning fascinator with netting covering the eyes, adding an air of grace to the overall look.

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