Dua Lipa Wore a Sheer White Dress and Matching Underwear to a Wedding in France

The singer is breaking the fashion "rules" once again.

Forget the runway, the aisle's where the fashion is this summer. The celebrity wedding boom is in full swing: J.Lo had not one, but two celebrations (and multiple dresses) to mark her reunion with Ben Affleck; Sarah Hyland just concluded a three-year engagement to Wells Adams with a blow-out vineyard ceremony wearing three Vera Wang gowns — and that was only in August.

Since Kourtney Kardashian kicked things off with her meticulously curated (and some might say sponsored) multi-day celebration in Positano in May, the Summer of Weddings has been the source of many a style moment. Even guests have gone all out on the sartorial front, like when Hailey Beiber partied in an avocado-green Versace corset dress at her Rhode Beauty collaborator's wedding. The latest to join the ranks of this summer's best-dressed wedding guest list is Dua Lipa.

The Future Nostalgia singer wore a stunning all-white number to the wedding of fashion designer Simon Porte Jacquemus and his partner, Marco Maestri, in Charleval, France. The completely see-through, floor-length gown featured a thigh-high slit, 3-D flowers (which matched her white statement earrings), white underwear, and a square neckline with a summery capped sleeve.

Dua Lipa at Jacquemus Wedding
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Dua styled her look with a pair of strappy nude sandals and a structural black bag — designed by the groom's Jacquemus label, naturally — paired with a natural-looking blowout and fresh, glowy makeup. The effect is ethereal, beachy, and full-on Greek goddess, which feels just about right for an August wedding only miles from the Mediterranean.

It's worth noting that wearing white is traditionally considered a wedding faux pas — unless you're the bride or groom, of course, but Dua's never been one to follow the fashion rules. In fact, she's done it before. We'd expect no less from the style star who's brought us a chaotic dress held together by pins, a leather gown covered in flames, and a bedazzled bra in the past week alone.

Plus, a little bit of subversive edge seems more than appropriate for a wedding outfit to celebrate the designer behind the mini-bag and invisible-string cardigan.

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