Wedding guests (and their plus ones) should copy and paste Dua Lipa and Callum Turner – British GQ

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Since they made it official back in January, Dua Lipa and Callum Turner have quickly become a Hollywood fashion couple. They’re smiling, and they’re happy, and they look impossibly good. And unintentionally, the pair have dropped the ultimate cheat style code for every struggling wedding guest and their plus one. This is how to properly dress for a wedding.

OK, so they weren’t actually at a wedding. While on a night out after attending the Time 100 Gala in New York, the Illusion singer wore a sheer black floral dress, stiletto Mary Jane heels, and a long trench coat. The Masters of the Air actor, on the other hand, went for a nice and fairly normal navy suit, with a white shirt underneath, matching trousers, a tie in a lighter shade, and some perfectly-polished Chelsea boots. And of course, they were holding hands. Because they are happy.


It’s this level of smart that’ll cut it at a New York gala, or a fairly important dinner, or, in fact, a wedding. It’s smart-casual, which definitely plays it very safe, but it’s also a little cocktail-y at the same time. Fun, but not too fun. Classic, but not too classic. Polished, but not too polished – especially important as only psychopaths intentionally want to upstage the bride and groom. For a low-effort, high-yield match-up, there are few easier examples than Lipa and Turner. Plus, it speaks to the eternity of a solid blue suit: this stuff will get mileage for interviews, for dinners, for offices and yes, for a distant university friend’s marriage to a woman you’ve never met.

Dua Lipa and Callum Turner have been couple dressing pros since day once. Just last month, they were spotted travelling from Paris to London in matching leather jackets, and even in the very beginning, the classic white tee and light blue denim combo was their thing.

But while some people go to Time galas, other people go to nine weddings in one summer. These fits can do both.

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