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WHAT TO WEAR TO

3 winter wedding outfits you'll <3

By Lucy Glen, 7 June 2017

You've RSVP'd and you're pumped about the prospect of a winter wedding. But, TBH, dressing for a wedding is hard enough without the added stress of wind chill, potential rain and single-figure temps. But it can also be a cool (pun-intended) chance to experiment with your occasionwear choices. Just think heavier fabrics, darker tones, full sleeves, longer hem lines and the opportunity to layer. So much to discuss. Let's begin!
Caroline Daur wears peach dress at PFW

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Peachy keen

German blogger and model, Caroline Daur, wore this voluminous, plissé dress to Paris Fashion Week and we more than approve. If your sleeves have to be long then make them dramatic and let the 80s trend be your inspiration: think power shoulders and big belts. Finish your wedding guest look with some statement sunnies, heavy-drop earrings and a clutch big enough to store some spare dancing shoes. 
Rabea Schif wears pant suit

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Man up

Whoever said you have to wear a dress? Frock that. Wearing a pantsuit has never been more relevant, seen on red carpets and catwalks, it is a seriously smart option for your cold-weather wedding. German TV presenter, Rabea Schif, looks damn dapper in this grey two-piece, showing flashes of femininity with the drop-earrings, brooch and bag. If you wanted to switch it up for a more evening look then swap flats for heels and the button-down shirt for a cami. 
Kendall Jenner wears black dress
Kendall Jenner in black dress for winter wedding

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Formal and fierce

If the dress code reads 'formal', 'black tie' or 'cocktail' then it's your chance to go for all-out glam. Make like Kendall Jenner and rock a long-sleeved beaded gown (mega deep v and thigh split, optional). It will turn heads - but not more than the bride, obvs

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