Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Fashion Ideas to Dress for a Winter Wedding

After receiving the winter wedding invitation, you may feel confused about what to actually wear to the special events. Since the weather will be cold, you want to wear warm, but still looking for fashion.Here are some tips on how to dress for a winter wedding ceremony.

dress for winter wedding
Dress color

Wear colors reflecting the time of year. If the wedding is in a Christmas or New Year, deep shades of red, purple, brown, and green is always the best. Of course, black is a shadow, is ideal wear for the whole year, regardless of the temperature. Add a touch of color, brown or black suit or dress, a colorful belt or scarf to your ensemble.

Dress up with jewelry

Wear gold or silver jewelry will complement the domestic outfit a little shine. Remember not to go overboard with the amount of jewelry, keep your style classic and simple. If you're wearing black dress, no shoulder straps rather low-key, it's completely can trigger a chic modelling. But if your dress is bold, avoid wearing gorgeous accessories, finally will only end up overpowering the outfit.

Wear heavier apparel

Based on where you live in this year's winter usually very cold, so you can consider dressing heavier type of fabric clothing. Cashmere, velvet, wool, heavyweight satin and silk are good choices, the wedding was held in the cooler times of the year.

Brilliant Faux Fur For Winter Party
Accessories with a cardigan or shawl

It may be cold outside, but you can still wear a strapless dress - just make sure you have the right accessories. A cute cardigan is a timeless accessories, you can wear simple clothes. On the other hand, if you do not currently have cashmere go first, and promised to buy one, this is a good time. An accomplished project - cashmere, you can wear a scarf around the neck or as a wrap around bare shoulders. If you normally wear dark tones such as brown and black, you can consider buying cashmere, bold colors, classic red, cranberry, deep turquoise or plum.

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