The summer wedding season is still in full swing and for most young adults, we feel like it’s wedding after wedding each weekend. Weddings are fun and exciting, but how does one dress to impress at a wedding — especially in the summer?

Thinking about trends while keeping the temperature, comfort, and appropriateness in mind can be hard when finding the perfect summery dress to wear the next wedding you are going to. Looking for dresses while keeping budget in mind is also overwhelming especially when you’re attending weddings more often than ever.

Here are Downtown Magazine’s top 10 stores where you can shop for the perfect dress to wear to the next summer wedding you are attending, keeping budget, style, comfort, and dress code in mind.

Target 

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Women’s Smocked Off the Shoulder Wrap Dress – Xhilaration 

Price: $29.99, available here

Zara

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Striped and Floral Shirt Dress

Price: $69.90, available here

Lulus

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Tale to Tell Blue and Ivory Embroidered Shift Dress 

Price: $59.00, available here

Nordstrom

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Choker Lace Shift Dress – Socialite

Price: now $38.90, available here

Forever 21

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Off-the-Shoulder Striped Dress

Price: $22.90, available here

J.Crew

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Ruffle Eyelet Dress 

Price: now $84.99, available here

Topshop

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Linen Ruffle Wrap

Price: $90.00, available here

Nasty Gal

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Isla Bonita Lace-Up Dress

Price: $50.00, available here

Free People

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Daydream Bodycon Slip

Price: $98.00, available here

Urban Outfitters

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Kimchi Blue Off-The-Shoulder Smocked Dress

Price: $69.00, available here

With these choices, you’re sure to find something light and easy, yet elegant enough for a wedding guest. Just remember, all eyes should be on the bride — so don’t go too fancy for someone else’s big day. You’re there to celebrate, not to overshine. Right?

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