For a wedding in England: a midi-length dress by Erdem, a tweed tuxedo blazer with satin lapels I just made up in my head and a purple satin Myriam Schaefer bag on a long chain. For nuptials in Italy: A cotton voile lace dress, sleeveless, cut just above the ankles with a pair of strappy 2-inch heel sandals. Maybe I’m carrying a jade green bag from Color Temperature. And as for New York? I’d wear a full midi skirt, pointed toe suede pumps, a sleeveless high-neck top and a silk wool tuxedo tossed over my shoulder. My bag is something small, but creative – maybe from Loewe. When it comes to weddings, the worst thing to do is to dress like you don’t care, to grab something that you would wear to work and just throw heels on with it. Apathy is the biggest no-no; looking your very best, and identifiably you, is what you should aim for.