Winter wedding guest dresses
What to wear to a winter wedding
While a winter wedding may seem like a difficult affair to dress for, with temperatures calling for bundling up while the occasion begs for a fabulous ensemble, there are many ways to dress elegantly. Discover Louise’s top tips to “wow” at winter nuptials.
Opt for jewel tones
Nothing says winter glamour quite like jewel tones and crystal embellishments. Cool-toned hues of magenta and jewel-toned blues and emerald are never amiss at winter celebrations. The magenta Senna Cape brings out the crystal bead embellishments along the neckline of the Ambra Dress. Or, pair it with the Lainey Cape for a more understated look.
Stay warm in thicker fabrics
While airy silks and delicate lace are perfectly placed at summer ceremonies, winter affairs require clever choices to stay warm and chic. Opt for dresses in warmer fabrics, like wools and tweeds. The tweed Tatum dress and Louise Crossbody offer a contemporary take on a heritage fabric, the perfect combination of style and function.
Elegant layers are vital to mastering cold-weather style. The Palma Dress, in a navy wool crepe, is exquisitely embellished with gold floral beads on the sleeves. A perfect match with the navy Emery Jacket with matching embellishment, crafted from a warm wool fleece.
Try long-sleeved styles
Long-sleeved dresses are an easy solution for any cold-weather occasion. With the right print and silhouette, you will look equally chic in a longer-hemmed, long-sleeved option. Our Iris Dress is an exquisite choice. It’s calf-grazing length, cinched long sleeves, and emerald and black colour-way are fitting for the season. The ruffle detail along the front adds a festive touch.
A fabulous fashion scarf plays double duty when it comes to winter ceremonies. A clever cool-weather occasion accessory, a scarf adds a thoughtful style piece to your look while adding extra warmth. Pair the Claudia tulle dress with the Fifi Boa, layered under the Marella Coat for a glam occasion look.