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What The Stars Wear To Weddings

That is, when they're not part of the entourage.

When dressing up for weddings, how exactly does one look fab without outshining the bride? It’s every stylish guest’s dilemma. For inspiration, we've gathered a few celebrity outfit pegs you can use for the next nuptials you’re attending:

For #Beric2015 in Tagaytay, the It girls wore sweet pastel hues to match the simple yet elegant wedding. 

Martine Cajucom and Jessica Wilson decided to go twinning with plain strappy dresses in complementing hues. 

Tip: Simple, ankle-length dresses are always wedding-worthy. 

Isabelle Daza, on the other hand, opted for a laser cut Jun Escario frock worn with a chic cape. 

You can get away with skin-baring dresses as long as it's not a church wedding. Will you believe it if we tell you that Laureen Uy's sexy Style Staple dress only costs P2,450

Tip: Keep it at a classy hubadera level by opting for faint pastel hues instead of intense, va-va-voom reds.  

Iza Calzado looks stunning in Mary Katrantzou. 

Tip: If you want to wear something printed, floral is always a good idea. 

This powder blue Sarita Lazaro dress looks great on Maxene Magalona

Tip: Lace is a good cheat to "cover up."

Charlene Gonzales in a clean and elegant Martin Bautista creation.

Tip: Off-shoulders will hide your arms and show off your décolletage.

Solenn Heussaff accessorized her Banggo Niu dress with a flower crown. 

Anne Curtis in a bardot-inspired Vania Romoff frock with her beau Erwan Heussaff wearing a barong

Tip: Experiment with contemporary designs that will still look good when photographed beside your date's classic barong.

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As seen on Jolina Magdangal, it's okay to wear black to weddings. 

Liz Uy scoring some hoops at Bianca and JC Intal's Manila reception. 

Tip: You can't go wrong with jewel tones, too. 

Kris Aquino was only able to wear this fiery Rouland Mouret dress because it was the theme of the wedding. And well, she is Kris Aquino, so we're pretty sure she can wear whatever she wants.

This story orginally appeared on Stylebible.ph.

*Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.