Which of These Looks Would You Wear to a Wedding? We Need Your Vote!

03/18/2014 at 10:19 AM ET

We bet you already have a few weddings on your social calendar this year. (One editor has 11, no joke!) We also bet you’re tired of wearing the same few dresses. Enter this roundup of celebrity-inspired looks that you might want to consider for your next bash. From a crop top to a lace jumpsuit, we want to know where you draw the line when it comes to wedding guest outfits. Vote for any of the below outfits you’d wear to a wedding in our polls (feel free to choose more than one!), and share any additional thoughts in the comments for a chance to be featured in an upcoming issue!

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sandy on

it really depends on the type of wedding and the situation. The first dress that they called crop wasnt showing skin and it was very nice so I voted yes on that, I think white is okay, as long as you dont look like a bride, and probably best if its a bigger wedding and not you in white the bride and 10 others. The jumpsuit is cool and again it would depend on the couple and theme of wedding, a jacket if it took place in a church, then to take off later perhaps, again, its funky and fun but not showing too much, so I like it.

maria on

As for me I wouldn’t wear white or ivory to a wedding if the bride is wearing one of those colors ,I saw a wedding that the bride requested everyone to wear white so that will be different at my daughters wedding she wore an ivory gown and my sister decided that she will wear an ivory dress needless to say since she refused to wear any other color she didn’t attend the wedding and were not on speaking terms .

dee on

my mother-in-law (now deceased) always tended to wear the same or close to the color of the bridesmaids’ dresses. Not a good idea.

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