The Knot and Abercrombie Launched a New Guest Attire Collection

This chic new collab has your wedding fits covered.
The Knot and Abercrombie Guest Attire Collection
Jess Kane
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by Shelley Brown
shelley brown - the knot
Shelley Brown
Senior Fashion & Beauty Editor
  • Shelley writes and edits articles for The Knot Worldwide, with a speciality in fashion, beauty, jewelry and accessories
  • Shelley writes and edits articles for The Knot magazine, as well as styles the magazine’s fashion and cover shoots
  • Prior to The Knot Worldwide, Shelley was a freelance Digital Editor at Conde Nast’s Lucky Magazine and freelanced for FLAUNT Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, Backstage.com and Paste.com
Updated Aug 19, 2021
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There's no denying the wedding boom is here. As celebrations resume after over a year of isolation—and wearing athleisure—you might be wondering what to wear to all of the weddings and wedding-related events filling up your calendar. Enter: Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection. The comprehensive collaboration features 52 different pieces in fall's top styles and colors—including trending silhouettes such as slip dresses, sleek jumpsuits, pant suits, blazers and button-ups in versatile neutrals, sunset shades and whimsical floral patterns. The best part? You can shop the entire collection right now.

"We're constantly focused on listening to our millennial customers and providing clothing that fits their lifestyle needs. In 2020, that meant comfortable, work from home ready pieces — and this year, we're again bringing them the products they're looking for as they return to celebrating these wonderful life moments that were so greatly missed," says Carey Collins Krug, SVP of Marketing for Abercrombie & Fitch.

Starting at $39 for tops and going up to $120 for dresses and jumpsuits, Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection also comes at an accessible price point—so you can show up to all of your wedding-related festivities looking fabulous without breaking the bank. Another plus: Some of the styles are even designed with sweat-wicking materials, perfect for hitting the dance floor in even the balmiest weather. In addition to comfort, inclusivity was also a major focus of the Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection. Styles are available in up to 3XL and in various lengths, to ensure everyone finds their perfect fit.

"The Best Dressed Guest x The Knot collection is brimming with happiness, joy, optimism and celebration as the clouds of the past year begin to part and make way for more light," says Collins Krug. We truly couldn't ask for a better partner with whom to co-create a wedding guest-focused collection than The Knot, as they are true experts in the wedding industry. We're so honored to bring this collection to life with The Knot by our side."

Shop Abercrombie x The Knot "Best Dressed Guest" Collection

Below, shop some of our faves from Abercrombie x The Knot "Best Dressed Guest" Collection.

Abercrombie x The Knot's
Jess Kane

Invited to an outdoor wedding? The dark green floral print of this ruffled midi dress looks right at home in natural surroundings. Just add heels or flats in a neutral hue to play up the earthy vibe.

Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection black cocktail dress
Jess Kane

A cocktail dress code can be difficult to decode where choosing wedding guest attire is concerned. (What's too formal? Too casual?) This black dress with adorable cap sleeves is a safe bet. It's polished but not stuffy and can easily be dressed up or down.

Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection sage green suit
Jess Kane

If long dresses aren't your thing, we've got you covered. This sage green suit is just as dressy as a formal gown. Plus, the gorgeous stonewashed hue is right on trend and works for a variety of venues and seasons.

Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection red floral midi dress with slit
Jess Kane

High slits are one of the biggest trends in wedding fashion this season for a few reasons: They add subtle sex appeal to any silhouette, elongate the body and are a great excuse to show off some killer shoes. The slit on this mid-length dress gives an otherwise casual silhouette a high-fashion feel.

Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection black midi dress with ruffle skirt
Jess Kane

You can't go wrong with a classic LBD. The ruffled skirt and bow straps on this one give it a flirty, feminine vibe. Bonus: The smocked bodice means it also works for a variety of bust sizes.

Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection sage green long sleeve top and midi skirt with slit

Separates and a square neckline? Sign us up. Swap this long-sleeved top for a tank for a more laid-back look.

Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection  green floral button up shirt
Jess Kane

Not all dress shirts are created equal. A fun, patterned button-up gives a basic casual suit some fun personality. This short sleeve, floral print one is ideal for a casual outdoor event.

Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection red jumpsuit with front cutout
Jess Kane

One word: stunner. Get ready to turn some heads in this tailored red jumspuit with a sassy front cutout, skinny straps and flattering wide-leg pants.

Abercrombie x The Knot's
Jess Kane

You heard it here first: Traditional button-up dress shirts aren't your only option where wedding-worthy suiting is concerned. This silk knit polo is both comfy and seriously stylish.

Abercrombie x The Knot's "Best Dressed Guest" Collection red floral cocktail dress with puff sleeves
Jess Kane

Attending a destination affair? This minidress in a vibrant red floral print is just made for a beach wedding. Throw on sandals and hoops for a look that's equal parts effortless and glam.


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