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Winter Weddings and What to Wear

Tulle the perfect wedding attire, how to dress for a winter wedding

 Looking for Winter Wedding Attire? I had so much fun collaborating for the Fall Wedding Looks a couple of months ago and I want to do it again this Winter. So, a Winter Wedding Collaboration is my plan for the day.

For me it will not come as a surprise that “Winter weddings in the north call for multi layers. I wanted a funky look so when I found this tulle skirt at Shein a few years ago (I adore it) I knew I found the perfect base for wedding attire.  I thought I would pair it with a warm fuzzy sweater in a baby blue to soften the look, and threw my moto over top. I found the fur jacket at Target and it’s perfect for occasions like this.”
My Blogger besties all threw some pretty amazing looks together.
“When I think winter wedding, I think of something I can stay warm in first and foremost! I also am a fan of all things green.”
“I think fur, sparkle and a strong pop of color can work together beautifully for a Winter Wedding Outfit, as my look today proves. Add a smoky eye, a bright pink lip and some fierce black pumps and you are set.”
“Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t wear floral. I’m loving the print, bell sleeves, and low price of this fun dress!”
“My winter wedding look features a black floral printed tulle midi skirt with a burgundy cardigan and burgundy strappy heels.  To finish off the look, I tied a black velvet scarf around the waistband to create a cummerbund style belt.  I added a short black jacket with black jeweled details at the neckline and a gold bag for some extra sass.”

Tulle the perfect wedding attire, how to dress for a winter wedding
Tulle the perfect wedding attire, how to dress for a winter wedding
winter weddings and moto jackets

Outfit Details:  Skirt from Shein, Sweater- Forever 21, Necklace and booties-Walmart, moto-Rue 21 and Fur from Target, envelope clutch- Carnival

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  • My first wedding was at a court house but for our tenth anniversary we plan on having a real wedding. Because of the date and my husband's wants I have to somehow mesh camouflage and winter which I think I found the perfect solution and I still get to wear my fairytale dress. With these ideas I can also make sure that my guests are comfortable as well.