What To Wear For A Wedding In The Winter
Wedding guests wonder what to wear to for a wedding in the winter, especially if the happy day is scheduled in January through March. Love does not have to wait for summer. No matter where you are in America, unless it’s Los Angeles or South Beach, chances are it’s going to be cold. If it is a winter wedding in a temperate or warm setting, well, then, it’s not really a winter wedding, even if it’s technically the winter season. Weddings publicized as June Weddings, destination beach weddings, weddings with tents, and canopies, do not have to dominate wedding couture. What one wears for a winter wedding can be chic, elegant, and what’s more, it can also keep you warm.
- Fur trimmed and fur lined hats can replace the broad-brimmed lacy pastel hats often worn in the spring and summer. Woolen fancy berets, or matching wool hats and scarf sets can be as abundant in January as an option in what to wear for a winter wedding. Fur hats, and berets, can be attractively worn indoors along with conventional hats. The accent for winter is on the neutral color, brown, amber tones, grey, or navy blue, and basic black are safe choices.
- Gloves lend wonderful accents and nuance of color more choices in what to wear for a winter wedding. Leather, cashmere, long sleeves, short kid, black, navy blue, white, and grey are popular style and colors to wear for a winter wedding.
- Suits are a terrific option in style for a winter wedding. Tweed tends to be a heavy fabric, wool is a standard, or even blend, works well for a winter wedding. Many suits are cut fashionably with a wide range of color and style. The suits can be conservative, with dark shoes or pumps or unconventionally short contrasting with patent leather boots or heels.
- Shawls as an accessory in the spring can be transformed to an essential covering in what to wear for a winter wedding. Cashmere and woolen, shawls in dark muted tones flung fashionably over the shoulders, around the neck or draped low to the back lend style and warmth at a winter wedding.
- Boots are now so popular and worn all times of the year, that one can easily find stylish boots available even for rainy weather. The styles range from thigh high to ankles. In the winter, look for thick boots lined with fur or a synthetic designed for winter. Winter boots typically are weather-proof to withstand water, ice, snow and other elements of inclement weather. However you don't need to sacrifice style as many top designers tailor high fashion boots, no matter if they are meant to travel through freezing snow.