Winter weddings are fun and offer you a lot of options in terms of dresses and accessories. While a summer wedding can put limitations on the accessories used to grace the bridal gown, winter weddings allow brides to experiment with most of them. Like you can’t wear a cape or wrap a fur stole over your wedding dress during the summers! So all those trendy and warm accessories can be flaunted during the winter wedding. Winter weddings also offer you a lot of options in terms of dress patterns and fabrics. So let us have a look at the best options in winter wedding dresses.
- Styles in Winter Wedding Dresses
- Sleeves or No Sleeves?
You can check out the patterns with sheer sleeves, butterfly sleeves and puff sleeves. Long sleeve wedding dresses with embellished fabrics and necklines are a class apart. Illusion sleeves which are made of transparent or semi-transparent fabric look extremely awesome and stylish. While you choose sleeveless patterns, pick one of the cover ups from last section of this article to grace the outfit and keep yourself warm.
- Necklines and More
Patterns in wedding gowns with sleeves and without sleeves for this season are plenty. Go for full sleeves with fur at the cuffs and have the neckline as well graced with fur. Portrait neck, deep ‘V’ neck or sweetheart necks look awesome with full sleeve patterns. You can have a sweetheart neck in a strapless pattern as well. Portrait neck looks great in on/off shoulder patterns. Strapless patterns with cropped sheer jackets look extreme awesome. Sheer jackets with embellishments look beautiful. You can have those with fur at the hemline of the sleeves. Popular gown styles in winter wedding dresses include those with lots of layers. Dresses with cascading layers and frills are a hit this season. Also, you will get to see a lot of mermaid gowns this season. Pleated patterns in long flowing gowns are a hit. Apart from those with evenly spaced pleats, dresses with gathered pleats on one side of the waist line are also popular. Organza belts and satin ribbons gracing waistline and also the empire waist gowns are hot favorites of the designers. Sweep train, chapel train and cathedral train wedding gowns are all a hit this winter. Organza, satin, applique satin, lace, chiffon, velvet, duchess satin, taffetas or velour are the many options from which you can decide your pick. Check out the best winter wedding colors if you don’t want to have that traditional white dress. A mix of lace and satin, lace and chiffon has always been a hit in winter wedding dresses.
- Warm Cover ups
When you browse through the winter wedding dresses, the most prominent elements that you will see are the stylish cover ups. Yes, with the strapless patterns or thin strapped patterns still ruling the wedding gowns, adding a warm cover up to the dress becomes essential. Cover ups also look great with full sleeved or short sleeved patterns. Fur stole just falling on your hands from the back looks pretty You can go for a fur shrug that is highly popular. Off shoulder fur shrugs tied at the front with a lace add a warm feminine touch to the gown. Fur trims around the neckline and sleeve cuffs are a hit as mentioned above and such a dress can be further graced with a fur cap. Satin shrugs or cropped jackets make the best cover ups. You can opt for a white fur collar as well. The Satin bolero jackets are in vogue with the cold winters and you can pair a matching piece with your wedding gown. Capes also make the best cover ups for winter wedding dresses. Well, donning those sheer gloves, satin gloves or lace gloves is also a great idea. These not only add to the style of wedding wear but also help you keep your hands warm. Even most of the dresses to wear to a wedding during winters are those with shrugs and jackets.
So if you are planning to have a winter wedding, get tips from the above paragraphs and have your dress designed in the best way. Choose one of the best winter wedding dresses, finish the look with right accessories, don a lovely hairstyle and wear soft winter makeup. All the best!
By Mamta Mule