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On your wedding day, what you wear should make you feel comfortable and confident in your own skin. Someone getting married might prefer to wear a gender-neutral outfit on their wedding day due to their gender identity. There are many gender-neutral options when it comes to wedding fashion. Fashion is fluid, and there are many ways to showcase your personality in a gender-neutral wedding outfit. At the end of the day, you should look and feel like your most authentic self as you marry the love of your life.

Traditional societal standards should not dictate what you wear on your big day, and you should never feel pressured to wear traditional wedding attire if it does not make you happy. At Windows on the Water, we want you and your partner to celebrate your union wearing whatever makes you feel good. Our excellent team will work with you to create the wedding of your dreams, and our stunning grounds will be the perfect backdrop for your gender-neutral wedding.

Wear a Gender-Neutral Outfit That Makes You Feel the Best on Your Wedding Day

If a white wedding dress or traditional tuxedo is the traditional garment that society would expect you to wear, you should know that there is nothing wrong with breaking from that tradition. If a piece of clothing makes you feel uncomfortable or does not align with your gender identity, wear something else that fits your personal style. Some alternatives to the traditional wedding dress include:

  • Suits
  • Tuxedos
  • Rompers with a blazer
  • Jumpsuits
  • Pants with a corset top

Someone may be open to the idea of wearing a dress, but they wish to avoid the look of a traditional, white wedding dress. If that is the case, the person should consider wearing a dress that is not white or a shorter dress paired with a blazer. If you want to rock two different gender-neutral looks on your wedding day, there is no stopping you. Do not forget that an outfit change for the wedding reception is always an option. 

If a tuxedo is the traditional garment that society would expect you to wear, there are gender-neutral alternatives that you may select for your wedding attire. You may feel more comfortable in a dress or a skirt paired with a jacket or blazer. Another option is a pantsuit with a sleeveless jacket, which may be the perfect gender-neutral outfit for you, especially if your wedding is outside in one of the warmer months.

Use Accessories to Show Your Personal Style in Your Gender-Neutral Wedding Outfit

You can utilize accessories to express yourself in your gender-neutral wedding attire. In fact, accessories are a great way to make a fashion statement. The following accessory pairings could be incorporated into the perfect gender-neutral wedding look:

  • Unexpected belt over a dress
  • Bold jewelry with a suit or tuxedo
  • Cape over a suit
  • Necktie with a dress
  • Non-traditional shoes

The accessories you add to your look can be very subtle or quite eye-catching. In fact, the accessories of your outfit might be what makes the outfit gender-neutral and resistant to traditional norms.

Choose Windows on the Water for Your Gender-Neutral Wedding

A wedding is a beautiful celebration of two people’s union and commitment to each other for the rest of their lives. Both people getting married deserve to look and feel their best when standing before their friends and loved ones. The traditional wedding attire is not for everyone, and gender-neutral wedding fashion is becoming more and more common. If gender-neutral attire is what suits the celebrants’ style, they have endless possibilities to choose from. 

At Windows on the Water, we will make sure that everyone feels welcome and has the time of their lives at your gender-neutral wedding. Windows on the Water is an 86-acre private resort and home to some of the most scenic views in New Jersey. We are inclusive of everyone, and we would be honored if you choose to have your gender-neutral wedding with us. Contact us today by calling (609) 208-9475 or by filling out our contact form.