Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

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Here's the thing: What wedding guest dress you wear largely depends on what type of celebration you're attending.

Outdoors? You're going to want something long sleeve. But if you're cheersing in Vegas, something sparkly is a must. Maxi or mini? Well that depends on what time of day it is and how casual the vibe is.

One thing you can control is the price. Listen, we're all for picking out a nice dress and splurging every once in a while, but wedding season is upon us people. And, well, as the saying goes: We're not made of money. 

So for all the types of weddings you have the pleasure of attending this season—here are some options that won't make you scream.

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  Leith Kimono Sleeve Floral Dress, $69

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  BB Dakota Westerly Dress, $69

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  Leith Bell Sleeve Wrap Midi Dress, $89 

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  NBD Helen Gown, $93

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  Free Press Floral Wrap Dress, $40

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  Free People Gemma Tunic Dress, $76

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT: NBD Laurel Canyon Gown, $96

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  Dress the Population Zoe Plunge Sequin Velvet Body-Con Dress, $99

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  Lovers + Friends Madeline Gown, $78

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT: Majorelle Nadea Gown, $93 

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  Majorelle Jackson Dress, $82 

Shopping: Fall Wedding Guest Dresses Under $100

BUY IT:  Free Press Pretty Sleeve Dress, $37

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