Most people choose to get married in the warmer months however after months (or more than a year!) of delays with Covid restrictions, the wedding bells are ringing every weekend. Even in winter! And we are excited! Who doesn’t love a wedding? But, dressing for a wedding as a guest can be challenging sometimes, especially in winter.

So you have the invitations lined up, now what to wear? The good news is, mostly winter weddings are indoors. So you don’t need to rug up as much as you might think. Simply adding a long sleeve or a midi length dress or a thicker fabric can be enough to keep you warm. But if the ceremony or whole wedding is outdoors, we have you covered too.

Add A Coat

The easiest way to keep warm is to add a coat. Faux fur adds texture and creates a luxurious look. Keep it tonal by wearing all one colour like The Lakeside Dress with the Whistler Coat or pretty with soft feminine tones like the Tilly Dress with the Polar Coat. The best thing about a coat is that you can easily take it off when you are ready to show off your moves on the dance floor!

Winter Wedding Coat

Lace Dresses

Lace is a classic for weddings. Opt for dark base designs or wintery hues for a sophisticated look. For a feminine look, pair the Lakeside Dress with heels and jewel earrings. Or show off your curves in the Vivid Gardens Dress. These dresses feature an intricate embroidered mesh that is both comfortable and flattering.

Winter Wedding Lace

Florals

Florals are not just for spring. Choose a black or dark base floral for a moody, wintery look. Add a pop of colour with the Midnight Garden Dress or keep it classic with blue and black tones in the Forget Me Not Dress or Garland Dress. Go all out by accessorising with jewels or feathers and a bold lip colour.

Winter Wedding Floral

Whatever the dress code or the weather conditions, Estelle has something for your next wedding invite.