Winter nuptials pose many a problem for the wedding guest. Just what does one wear to a winter wedding? While the setting seems all kinds of romantic, with the thought of white swans and ice sculptures (obviously), you can hardly pull out your trusty wedding guest dress that you've worn for all those summer nuptials. No, a winter wedding is a different affair altogether.
But don't panic. Try one of our box-fresh ensembles that tread the line between not upstaging the bride and being striking enough so you unanimously win the votes for best-dressed guest. Not only that, but we've also compiled nine fail-safe rules for dressing for winter weddings. Even better is that you probably already own plenty of these pieces, so you don't need to go buy a whole new outfit. Keep scrolling for our nine rules for winter wedding outfits and to shop the key pieces you need.
#1: All-black outfits are acceptable
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Style Notes: While all-black outfits look a little somber for a summer wedding, come the cooler months, it looks super chic for winter nuptials. Make it as fashion as possible by keeping it simple with great tailoring, lace, and elegant shoes.
Style Notes: Worried that your winter coat will hide the stunning outfit you carefully selected? In that case, try an oversized blazer instead, and nail down your accessory game by wearing your favourite bag and sunnies.