Cold Weather Wedding Looks | Beautiful Event Rentals
- Cable knit: You can’t go wrong with cable knit. Not only does it look super fashionable it’s or so cozy. Speaking of knitted things you don’t have to just keep cable knit patterns to your wardrobe, you can incorporate it into your entire theme from your wedding cake to party favors.
- Fur coat: If you have a classic, upscale wedding you can use a fur or faux fur coat to keep you warm while looking classy.
- Wool blanket: If your wedding is a laid back affair why not make it feel extra rustic with a wool blanket that will also keep you warm while being stylish. You can have a pattern such as plaid or aztec or a complementary color to your wedding color scheme.
Scarves and Cardigans
Scarves and cardigans add so much softness and texture, which is extremely romantic. Why not wear cardigans or scarves with your bridesmaids on your wedding day? You can mix them up where each girl have a color from your palette or keep them the same and have yours be different to stand out.
Long-sleeves and Leggings
Want to still go traditional with your wedding dress but still stay warm? Try a long-sleeved dress and wear wool leggings to keep yourself warm but still have that traditional bridal look.
Ditch the heels for some boots. Whether their tall boots or short booties you’ll be thankful for the closed toe for the cooler weather on your big day. The last thing you need is to get cold feet.
Want to go all out with the cool weather–go bold with a winter cloak. It will keep your warm and turn heads. There’s nothing more stylish than embracing the weather you are getting married in. A white winter cape will look magical in the winter snow.