After Georgina Wilson and Solenn Heussaff, it was finally Isabelle Daza's turn to walk down the aisle—and of course, we wouldn't expect anything less from this style icon and her equally stylish groom. They charmed us all with their exquisitely chic and intimate wedding celebration at the Italian countryside of Tuscany.
With lots of natural styling, soft pretty colors and the abundance of white, everything was ethereal perfection. Their guests also stepped up to the challenge, all donning lovely numbers that complemented the setup. We rounded up the most beautiful ones that you can use as inspiration to amp up your own dress wardrobe:
Georgina Wilson. Bold florals exude a mysterious vibe without being overpowering. This is a good option for meetings or presentations. Just remember to keep your look sleek and sophisticated when wearing floral prints to work. Take it easy on the girlish details like ruffles, bows, decorative edging, and lace.
Martine Cajucom. Move over minis, we're all about entrance-making maxi dresses this season. Why not embrace textures by way of effortless ruffles like Martine's? You can also play it up by adding a sun hat and oversized sunglasses and soak up those weekend rays in style.
Anne Curtis. Pair a flowing dress with comfortable height-boosting stacked heels if you want it more formal, but this is also a great day dress when paired with flats, as Anne showcases.
Solenn Heussaff. Look how she made the fun small floral prints become va-va-voom when transformed into a cut that shows off skin in all the right places.
Jessica Wilson. Floral dresses are often very colorful and opting for colorful jewelry will overload your look so keep it simple. A statement clutch is all you'll need to round out your fabness.
Nicole Andersson. Try peplum for an instant slimming effect. It flatters every figure and does wonders at hiding those unsightly bulges. So pump up your style now with a bright and happy yellow dress like this, which is pretty sure to keep you up and dancing all-day long.
Liz Uy. Maxi is the length of the season. No matter the occasion or weather, there’s a maxi dress that will fit the bill. They’re easy to layer, too!
Felicia Atienza. Look seriously sophisticated with a pink satin dress and sure all eyes will be on you. You can also try accentuating your waistline with a belted look or try a drop-waist style if you're slightly short-waisted. But, most importantly, make sure that the dress still allows for plenty of movement so you can dance the night away!
Gloria Diaz. And of course, the second most beautiful woman in the room would be the person who helped the bride get to this point—the mom! Don't be afraid to go with beading and embellishments—accents are there to accentuate!
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