What to Wear to a Winter Wedding

Guest blogger: Rosanna Casper, co-founder of Idojour.com, a wedding website where brides, grooms, family and friends can purchase a stylish and affordable mix of beautifully curated pieces. Designed to make wedding planning all the more inspiring and enjoyable, Idojour offers accessories and apparel for your wedding weekend, complemented by both inspirational and practical content. Rosanna oversees content, among many other things, and makes sure that everything comes together beautifully on the site.

Here, Rosanna shares her picks for what to wear to a winter wedding.

They say it's the most wonderful time of the year; ornaments and lights, eggnog and candy canes, holiday parties and, of course, those beautiful winter weddings. Now, just because it's cold outside doesn't mean you can't (and shouldn't) look fabulous. Besides, what better time to break out the sequins and lace and color than the holidays?

Just remember to stay warm with stockings and closed-toe shoes, and accessorize with a fun pair of gloves, a hat and perhaps a gorgeous feather coverup!

Ballroom

what to wear to a winter wedding
Casual: 
Eliza J Sequin Sheath Dress, $178
Formal: Monique Lhuillier Chiffon Gown, $798

Restaurant

what to wear to a winter weddingCasual: Ella Moss Peplum Dress, $198 
Formal: Laundry by Shelli Segal Dress, $225

Vineyard or Country Club

what to wear to a winter wedding
Casual: Free People Lace Dress, $128
Formal: BLHDN Cinnabar Dress, $600

Beach Destination Wedding

what to wear to a winter wedding
Casual: Mercedes cocktail dress, $268
Formal: ABS Rosette Shoulder Gown, $500

Ski Lodge or Cabin

what to wear to a winter wedding
Casual: 
Anthropologie Pleated Ponte Dress, $158
Formal: Aidan Mattox Sequined Blouson Dress, $195

—Rosanna Casper


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