Whether you're the bride or just a guest, figuring out what to wear to a wedding on a cold weather can be quite tricky. The chilly weather just kills the mood and may discourage you to look your best. But come on, this is a special day. If you can't be sexy during a wedding, you might as well just stay at home and drink coffee all day. Anyway, here are several simple fashion tips and tricks that might come in quite handy on that wedding day during a cold season.
For a cold season, deciding on an indoor wedding would be far more appropriate than an outdoor one. It reduces the pressure on having to dress too heavily. But should you decide to have some outdoor activities, consider choosing some additional warm cover-ups. Avoid short circular-cut dresses that can be caught by the wind easily and go for a sheath dress instead. A cloak would also add some swag to your outfit and, of course, protect your hair from the wind. You don't want to look like you've just been fried by lightning.
Being a wedding event, chances are that you're wearing a dress, and since the weather is cold, you should consider investing in the perfect cover-ups to keep you warm. Choose long-sleeved dresses over short sleeves and if possible, opt for a flowing hemline. If your dress is strappy, a bright coat or a heavy shawl would be a great choice. Just anything to keep you elegant but warm.
It's a gloomy weather. So adding some color to the wedding helps to brighten the mood. The flowers, the carpet, the general palette etcetera. Don't shy away from dramatic colors. It will go a long way to ensure that everybody remains vivacious. And when the dancing starts, it's going to be a rainbow in the clouds.
Being a cold season, you don't want to walk around shivering like a chicken. It's important to keep in mind that your health should always come first. There are lots of stylish dresses in heavy fabric that will keep you trendy and warm all through. And remember; clothes that reveal too much are not necessarily fashionable. This is a wedding; not a nude beach.
If it's a wet day, closed heels will work just fine. But if the ground is not too wet, Satin, Ankara or any other fabric shoes would be a better choice. Boots are also perfect in this case as long as they blend with your dress perfectly. In a word, the dress determines the boots.
You are free to add some touch to your look with some accessories. Bangles would be a good choice to give you a bold look. Some necklaces and earrings are also fine. Just keep the overall color palette soft and neutral if you want to nail it. Don't overdo it!