What to Wear for a Spring Wedding: Fifty Plus Style

Last weekend we were at the fabulous Cheshire wedding of my God daughter Gemma and her new husband Craig.  The setting was the sumptuous Rowton Hall and we partied all day and stayed overnight to enjoy the fab hotel.


So, what to wear for a wedding?  I went for one of my ‘go to’ labels for dressing up, Phase Eight.  I have a few Phase Eight pieces in my wardrobe, but, confession time, this one came from a charity shop for a tenner.  The cream linen jacket is from M&S and the shoes are Gina, also from a charity shop.  I love the grey clutch which I bought in Century 21 when in New York last year.  I’m a bit shy of hats, so instead, had an ‘up do’ with this fab comb from Boots.


The mother of the bride. Linda, my best friend, is looking amazing here in a John Charles designer outfit, from Imagination, a boutique in Tarvin, Chester.  Linda’s outfit is beautifully matched with daughter Louise in a peachy bridesmaid dress, from Debut at Debenhams.


Now, I guess you want to see the bride?  Gemma looked radiant and swished her way through the day in this beautiful dress from the Ivory Lounge in Chester.


This is a sneaky peek at our bedroom in the hotel.  Lovely squashy bed and Aromatherapy Associates products in the bathroom.  Heaven!


Who doesn’t love a wedding?

2 thoughts on “What to Wear for a Spring Wedding: Fifty Plus Style

  1. Glad you had a lovely day, we enjoyed every minute of it, it was over far too quickly. Carol the owner of Imagination was fab, a great help. She picked things for me to try that I perhaps wouldn’t have chosen myself, but they looked fantastic when they were on. I loved my outfit and felt really special. I think a great day was had by all.

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