Searching for the perfect bridesmaid dress can be tough. Especially for a Winter wedding. So what do you wear? Here we take a look at what’s on trend and what is appropriate for a winter wedding. From different style events to different style dresses, we have you covered.
Some of the prettiest bridesmaid dresses going around would have to be One Fell Swoop. Their draping is second to none. Another beautiful option perfect for bridesmaids would have to be the beautiful slip dresses from Bec & Bridge. Classic and elegant and in an array of colours. What’s not to love? Shona Joy is another tried and tested bridesmaid dress maker that is making classic silhouettes. Think elegant strapless bustiers or simple spaghetti straps. Perfect for your bridesmaid.
Just because its winter, one would assume all those pretty summer sleeveless dresses are out? I say no to that. There is nothing more elegant than a beautiful dress combined with a beautiful fur stole or jacket. This opens us up to a whole range of styles and designers of dresses that you would typically see at a summer wedding. And let’s be honest, most winter weddings are inside so warmth isn’t that much of a pressing issue.
If you are looking for a more traditionally winter style long sleeved option, Elle Zeitoune makes the most delightful dresses from cocktail to formal. The brand makes the most gorgeous long-sleeved velvet gown, a sumptuous fabric perfect for a winter wedding that also happens to be so hot right now. Zimmermann and Thurley also have an array of long-sleeved dresses perfect for a winter wedding.
Elle Zeitoune is also perfect if you have a more formal
wedding to attend with an array of floor length gowns in different fabrics and
different styles. Another brand perfect
for a formal winter wedding is Lexi. With
stunning gowns that are structured or beautifully draped, Lexi creates magical
dresses that are sure to shine yet not out sparkle the bride.
In terms of colour for a winter wedding, I would suggest deep jewel tones or vivid colours. They create quite the contrast with the traditional bridal white and the darker, drearier colours of winter. Although pastels seem to be relegated to summer, they can still be used in winter for a softer look.