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WHAT TO WEAR TO A WINTER WEDDING

10.10.17

Consider these the rules to live by when deciding what to wear to a winter wedding

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Dressing for a winter wedding can be a serious challenge, posing the conundrum of how put together an outfit that’s appropriately smart, fit for the post-ceremony party, and warm enough to withstand an outdoor photo session. We explore colour, textural trends and metallics with a hint of frost in our guide to creating the perfect winter wedding outfit.

DON'T ESCHEW A BLACK DRESS

...but remember it’s not a funeral, so brighten things a little. The cold shoulder and back cut-outs on Zinc create contrast within a dark silhouette. Combine it with the soft textures and the snowy shades of the Dalida peep-toe heels and add a high-shine clutch.

...BUT COLOUR WORKS JUST AS WELL

Don’t be afraid to layer up different shades of the same colour and go as bright as you like, after all it is a celebration. The Etta jumpsuit in mocha captures elegance with minimum effort. Pull out the warm tones with accessories in complementary shades such as the snakeprint Bardot shoes and the Matilda fedora. The Penny faux fur collar completes the suggestion of Seventies confidence.

A STATEMENT COAT IS A MUST

A statement coat provides a warm cover up and stylish finish that works with just about any outfit. Create old school allure with the Orsa faux fur jacket, Rana halter-neck cocktail dress and decorative satin shoes.

AND METALLICS ADD A TOUCH OF FROST

Metallics add frosty glitter to winter's backdrop. Soften the effect with pastel shades, sharply tailored to achieve a contemporary outline, and create texture with the Hayley monochrome animal print shoes.

THE TROUSER SUIT IS A SHARP OPTION

The right trouser suit will see you through a full day of celebrations with ease and style. Accessorise the tailored Atlee jacket with the Coraline silk tank top and Athena satin strappy heels to pare back the formality.

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