Friday, October 23, 2015

Inspired: Cold-Weather Bridal Accessories That Won't Cramp Your Style

If we're being completely honest, Fall and Winter weddings aren't entirely fashion-friendly, at least in the keeping warm department.  But that doesn't mean you're relegated to wearing your old stuff that clashes with your dress, with shivering your way through photos, or that you can't take advantage of the weather to add an extra element of coordination to your wedding party.  Can I suggest coordinating items for you and your bridesmaids, like a neutral scarf you can all wear in outdoor photos or cozy socks and robes for your getting ready pictures, and splurging a little on a special piece like a coat or boots you can wear again (my fave is that gorgeous blanket--it's wintry and festive and can later take up residence on your bed or couch!)?

Here, a few toasty picks that could coordinate well with most palettes:

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1. Moroccan Wedding Blanket  2. Trapper Hat (similar)  3. Fur Jacket (similar)  4. Embellished Earband (if you're wearing your hair down!)  5. Boots  6. Infinity Scarf  7. Over-the-Knee Socks  8. Opera Gloves  9. Robe (similar)
What do you think?  Do you have a stay-warm game plan for your colder-weather wedding, and are you planning to pick up anything new to go with your wedding look?


P.S. Here's a post from the archives on warm, modest toppers for your dress (the exact items, obviously, won't be available anymore, but use the inspiration as a starting point for hunting down your accessories).


3 comments:

  1. I got married on December 29th and I loved having a winter wedding. The ladies all wore pea coats and the pictures look awesome! I also rocked the sorel boots during photos after the ceremony. Here's a link to some of the pictures: http://www.momentitclicksphotography.com/weddings/stevenkelly-wedding

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    1. I am being 100% honest when I say I don't think I have seen a bride as completely radiant with love and with Christ's love as you! You are GORGEOUS!! Your photography was beautiful and I love the pea coats =)

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    2. Hey! We were married on December 29th too!!! It's a good day... ;)

      So yeah, given that we live in Louisiana, I did NOT plan on being cold for our wedding but sure enough, it was something like 50 degrees outside and we were pretty dang chilly taking those outdoor pictures before the ceremony. In some ways I wish I would have planned better for that option, but at least it wasn't raining and we didn't have anything planned outside (except for bridal party photos beforehand) so it definitely didn't ruin the entire day!

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