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Off-season weddings are becoming increasingly popular -- it costs less and allows some couples to do a lot more. But that leaves those on the guest list wondering: What should I wear to a winter wedding?
Just because it's winter, doesn't mean you have to wear a parka and snow boots. Usually if your shoulders are covered and you have tights or stockings on your legs, you'll feel comfortable throughout the night. Here are some tips:
- You can wear black unless it's the bride and groom's religion or superstition that will prevent you from going with this color.
- You can wear black pants, just dress it up with a fancy blouse like Newport News' Balloon Sleeve Satin Tunic ($19).
- southerngrandma says to jazz up a black dress with silver shoes, jewelry, and a clutch. She also thought red was a great color to liven up the look.
- GrnEyedGrandma suggests animal print shoes or clutch, or go with rhinestone jewelry.
- Try prints! LabelSpree has a Tricia Fix Christine Chiffon Mini Dress ($139) and a Plenty by Tracy Reese Pintucked Chemise Dress ($101).
- Be a lady in red with an Ashley Stewart Keyhole Mock Wrap Dress ($39).
- Punch up the color with a silk shift dress like J. Crew's Roll-Collar Sabrina dress in Golden Cypress ($165).
- I love the pleats and swing of Victoria Secret's Flutter-Sleeve Dress ($138). Great dress for dancing.
- Thick or textured tights look great with many styles.
- If you do go strapless, you can keep warm with a bolero. Go bold with faux fur or sequins as seen on Target's Xhila BG Sequin Bolero ($12.99).
- Ankle boots look great with short dresses and tights.
Have any other suggestions on what to wear to a winter wedding? Share with us!