5 Ways to Dress For a Winter Wedding



Have a winter wedding coming soon? While these ceremonies can be breathtaking and fairytale-like, they can also cause dilemmas on what to wear. You need to come up with a stylish look that will also keep you warm enough, which is not an easy task. Don’t stress out just yet: we’ve got you covered.

Thinking outside of the box: jumpsuits

If thinking about wearing tights is making you cringe, you don’t have to wear a dress. Formal jumpsuits are a huge hit right now, and they reframe the traditional notion of urban style. When it comes to a winter wedding, you may want to skip the lengthy trouser legs that cover up your feet: just think how messy it can get while walking through snow. If you don’t want to give it up, make sure to wear high heels. For a classy look, pick a silky black jumpsuit with a nice V-neck that will reveal your shoulders. Add a black jacket if you’re cold, a simple red leather clutch purse and a red lipstick.

Old Hollywood style: sleeveless dress + faux fur



While most of the ladies sensitive to cold will probably get the chills when hearing a proposal to wear a sleeveless dress, with the right kind of layering – it is a part of the ultimate sophisticated look. Wear a fit ’n’ flare floral print dress in shades of burgundy with beige details. Add a beige faux fur cover-up and you’ll end up with a modern update of the glamorous Old Hollywood look while staying warm. This kind of formal wear can be found in shops that carry evening dresses in Australia and there are at least two reasons to consider it. Firstly, it is multifunctional and you can wear the dress in other occasions besides weddings. Secondly, it’s wallet-friendly, which allows you to be savvy with your budget and invest in other details (e.g. accessories). Finish up your look with stilettos (e.g. creamy shade) and a velvet clutch purse within the same color range.

Timeless elegance: long-sleeve lace gown

There’s nothing quite as eye-catching as simplicity. Opt for a hunter green maxi dress with long sleeves that has subtle floral lace decorations. To really bring the most out of this sophisticated look, put your hair up into a sleek twisted chignon or choose some other hairstyle of your choice. Statement earrings are a must and you don’t need to put any additional jewelry.  Go for a duo-chromatic look: consider shades of tan, burgundy, or classy black.

Showing skin without showing it: sheer coats



If you want to show a bit of skin, but avoid being tacky (and cold!), choose dresses that are all about sophisticated see-through materials and layering. Try a deep violet silky dress that ends above the knee, but also has a sheer coat that goes beyond this length attached to its waist, leaving an amazing impression of two perfectly matched pieces. This unusual design and head-turning color will definitely get you noticed.

Transforming the office-appropriate look: pencil skirts

If you feel most comfortable in skirts and blouses, you can wear them to the wedding, too! Choose a black pencil skirt and bring it from business to wedding look with the right kind of accessories and hairstyle. Avoid the black-white combo: people might confuse you with the catering staff. You need to incorporate a bit of playfulness and sexiness to it and avoid the casual look.
These were the five different ideas for a wedding look on the point. Get inspired and become the most noticeable guest at the ceremony!



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