Here are 7 fall wedding guest dresses for less than $100 that are seriously gorgeous
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If you RSVP’d to a wedding this season, besides getting the perfect gift and choosing your meal, you need to decide what to wear. Of course, you probably have something in your closet if you look hard enough — but what’s the fun in that? Here are seven fall wedding guest dresses for less than $100 that you’ll be excited to wear.
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No surprise here, but jewel tones are big for fall. Dark florals are too. Take a look and pick one of these dresses below, then get ready to move on the dance floor, strike a pose in the photo booth and celebrate the newly wedded couple.
This satin ruched dress has adjustable straps, a slit on the left side that gives you some room to move on the dance floor, and it comes in six gorgeous colors. But the best part is that it’s only $20.
If you like to wear fun prints, this cowl-neck gown has the perfect muted floral pattern for fall. It ties in the back to give the straps a little extra support, and it’s slightly stretchy — aka it’s made for dancing.
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