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Choosing winter wedding dress should depend on the location | ByCouturier

Winter weddings can be very beautiful whether they are held inside or outdoors. If you are deciding what to wear, follow these fashion tips to help choose the perfect dress for a winter wedding.


When considering winter wedding dresses, one of the main things to think of could be the fabric of dress. Your choices for fabric will vary based on the venue of the wedding. If your wedding will be indoors and in a heated place, you may well be able to opt for a relatively light fabric. If you are in a big, open location, a heavier fabric is very best. This may help keep you cozy without having to spend the night covered in a wrap or a shawl. In addition, wedding dresses with sleeves may also be a great option.


Winter wedding dresses is usually versatile when it comes to style. Traditionally, in winter, formal or tea duration dresses are worn. However, in recent years, mermaid wedding dresses and a-line wedding dresses have emerged as the popular choices. In increasing numbers, these styles of gowns ar seen in colors of fuchsia, gold, and cherry red. Any shade or hue of red is always a popular color choice for winter wedding dresses.


Choosing a proper winter wedding dress should also depend on the location where the wedding will take place. If it's a church wedding with a reception at the local country club, then you can expect formal yet conservative attire. Select a dress, knee-length to tea-length. Anything shorter isn't appropriate and a long gown may be too much. For a church wedding, add a wrap or bolero jacket if you are wearing a strapless gown. Avoid plunging deep v-neck and slit wedding dresses. If the wedding reception is being held at a restaurant, wear whatever you would normally wear to dine at that establishment. For something more casual, perhaps a cashmere sweater and slacks are a better choice.

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venerdì, 15 mar 2019 Ore. 09.54

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