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What to Wear to a Winter Wedding

What to Wear to a Winter Wedding

by Liz Black

People say summer is wedding season, but with the way our social calendar looks, it appears that winter is becoming a much more popular time to say “I do.” Blame it on the magic of the holidays or the inspiration of a glittering first snow, regardless of why, the chances are high you’ll have a wintertime wedding coming soon. But don’t let the chill dissuade you from looking chic; with these stunning styles you’ll stay looking hot even if the temperature is not. Read on to see our picks for every type of celebration this season.

If it’s a Christmas or New Year’s Eve Wedding

If the winter wonderland wedding you’re attending has an extra level of celebration, then you’ve got to show off your holiday spirit in style. Go for scintillating sequins (whether full-body or just a sprinkle) or stick with seasonal shades of red and green.

If it’s a Tropical Destination Wedding (Lucky You)

When it’s brutally cold outside, who wouldn’t want to be whisked away to some tropical locale filled with sunshine, more sand than slush. Your wedding guest look should reflect the region — and be temperature appropriate — so think of easy, breezy, beautiful gowns that ebb and flow like the ocean, in colors that make you think of an equatorial sunset.

If Dresses Are Just Not Your Thing

You don’t have to wear a dress to get “all dressed up,” and these gorgeous jumpsuits and stylish separates are the polished proof. Slip on a sleek jumpsuit for effortlessly chic one-and-done style, or pair matching printed pieces to get that jumpsuit look. Or go for a classic borrowed-from-the-boys look with coordinated suiting, finished with a sparkling or patterned top.

If It’s A Bit More Laidback-Luxe

If the invite said “dressy casual” and you’re left scratching your head, release your sartorial stress with one of these polished picks. Stick with cocktail-length dresses, or even dare to bare a bit more leg with a shorter skirt, but with an ambiguous dress code like this you’ll never go wrong with a classic LBD.

If It’s A Black Tie Bash

Black Tie means one thing — gowns. Sleeveless or long sleeves, sparkling or stoic, sleek sheaths or dramatic details, everything goes as long as it’s floor-length and feels formal.

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