Re. your commenter who said: don't ask "do they make peach wedding dresses" just ask "can i find a awesome peach dress i want to get married in?" That's pretty much exactly what went through my mind as I shopped for dresses.
In a little over a month, I'm getting married outdoors on my family's sprawling farm in Kentucky wearing an Alberta Ferretti apricot dress that I got for a steal on the Outnet. No veil, but hair gathered low around one shoulder. We're going with a Great Gatsby, croquet-playing feel, and making Young's Double Chocolate Stout floats instead of a signature cocktail or some other bs. But as I work six days a week and my wedding date races towards me, I'm terribly afraid I will be barefoot and unadorned at my own wedding. Which wouldn't be the end of the world, but still...not preferable.
Can you suggest footwear? Anything more than a low heel is out bc my fiance in one inch taller than me. I'm thinking dependable yet elegant...maybe brogues like these from Madewell?
Also, since the wedding is outdoors, and Kentucky weather is always impossible to plan for, I'd love to find some sort of jacket or sweater to keep unsightly goosebumps far out of sight. Preferably one without ruffles or traditional bride-y accouterments.
Lastly, what the heck is a girl supposed to wear around her neck with a dress like that? As the queen of necklaces, I bet you know.
All the best,
I give the brogues a big fat FUCK YES.
For your neck, I'm kind of loving this Luv Aj Crystal Fragment Lariat.
And I think the apricot would be see-lammin with a classic jean jacket for late-evening croquet. (This one is Rag & Bone.)