What To Wear To A Winter Wedding

Heading to a cold-weather ceremony? Off-season weddings don’t mean you have to compromise on style. Whether you’re heading to a traditional affair in the country or a casual celebration in the city, we’ve rounded up the trends to try at weddings this winter.

A touch of velvet

Winter months call for tactile textures in rich shades and velvet is our preferred fabric this season. With a host of dresses and jumpsuits to choose from, there are short styles and elegant midi lengths, as well as simple silhouettes and unexpected detailing – see a wrap dress with tie fastening that cinch in the waist. For the finishing touches, add minimal heeled sandals and an oversized blazer for an androgynous edge.

All that glitters

Wondering how to transition from afternoon ceremony to an evening reception? Bundle up in a chic longline coat for the first half of the day, showing a subtle hint of glamour via metallic heels. Then as the evening arrives, slip off your coat to reveal a statement-making dress. Whether you prefer sequins or fabrics swathed in metallic prints, our winter pieces were designed for your inner-maximalists. Keep your hair natural and undone – whether that means modern waves, a tousled bob or a loose updo – and keep your accessories pared back.

The do-it-all hero

If dresses and skirts aren’t your thing, we’ve got a selection of modern (and occasion-appropriate) jumpsuits to try this winter. Perfect for colder temperatures, our selections have been immaculately tailored in different ways, our favourite incorporating a tie neck and waist feature. Pair with heels and a clutch bag, and when it comes to make-up, loosely dab lipstick in an earthy shade and keep the rest of your look simple.

Opulent layers

There’s no outerwear style quite as high-impact as a shearling coat. The Eliza, with its heavy weight, confidently oversized silhouette and luxurious handfeel, has the power to turn any outfit into a statement look in an instant. Mix-and-match textures by styling it over a slinky satin dress, and add touches of high-shine gold jewellery to embellish the look.

The power suit

If you prefer wearing trousers, tailoring and co-ords are an effortless and warming alternative for winter weddings. Cool and contemporary, the Savine collarless blazer can be styled with the matching trousers for a powerful look with day-to-night appeal. Clever styling tricks, like tucking the trousers into our Hadlow riding boots, will add a further edge; and not to mention, they’ll provide endless comfort as you dance the night away.


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