Wedding season is a wonderful thing. You get to celebrate with people you love, dance around in beautiful surroundings and there tends to be pretty good food and drinks on offer (and usually for free).

However, do you know what isn’t great about wedding season? Loads of nuptials one week after another (and another and another). One year—in the space of three months—I had seven weddings to attend. That’s pretty much one every other week.

While I sound like a total love Scrooge, know that I’m not (I will blissfully sob at strangers walking down the aisle). However, I probably don’t need to spell out that the cost of transport and a potential hotel overnight stay can rack up. (And that’s before I got the wedding present and discounted the pricey hen and stag dos.) If that sounds familiar, then you’re probably left thinking, “Where does that leave the budget for a phenomenal wedding guest dress that will last all those nuptials I’ve got coming up?”

Good news: I have hunted down a list of affordable (not cheap, I stress) wedding guest dresses that look genuinely expensive. I’ve kept it under a budget of £80 so you can be assured that the quality is still decent. If you have at least six or so weddings this season alone, your cost per wear will be around £10 per wedding. Of course, I’ve made sure that these are all dresses you’ll want to wear again, for more than just nuptials, so that you get maximum use out of them. Keep scrolling for my edit.

Wear with metallic sandals. 

The halterneck is have a resurgence in popularity. 

A ruffle will always make a dress look that little bit more fancy.

The square neckline is such a flattering shape. 

Next up, the biggest spring/summer 2019 fashion trends you need to know.