How to dress for a winter wedding
Once you have decided to tie the knot during the winter, you would have to seriously consider re-imagining your wardrobe according to the snowy season to make sure you don’t end up seriously ill after the ceremony. However, a winter wedding doesn’t mean having to choose between style and comfort and here are 5 easy ways in which you can stay cozy right through your snow themed wedding.
1. Fur trimmed necklines and cuffs
If you have opted for a winter bridal gown that covers up your arms, shoulders and neckline, you can get the glamorous back by opting for a fur trimming along the cuffs and neckline.
2. Bridal winter coat
A bridal winter coat could work tremendously well if you have opted for a sleeveless or strapless dress. Match your coat to your dress and coordinate detailing on both to allow it to serve as a part of the ensemble and not just outerwear.
3. White bridal boots
Just because you are getting married during the winter doesn’t mean that you have to give up wearing a pair of super glamorous shoes with your bridal gown. In fact, a bridal boot in white can be way more elegant and glamorous than bridal summer shoes.
4. Bridal bolero
Kate Middleton famously paired her Sarah Burton bridal gown with a bridal bolero for the reception and you too can use a fur trimmed bridal bolero to stay toasty right through your wedding ceremony or the reception.
5. Bridal tights
Even if your bridal gown has a massive skirt, the cold air can still creep up your legs and make a serious dent in your poise. Even if you don’t want to wear a pair of thermal leggings with your feminine bridal gown, a pair of bridal tights can still help you remain comfortable through the day.