A winter wedding can look different from a style perspective in so many ways. It can be glitz and glam, it can be simple and understated, it can be warm and inviting, and it can be sexy and fun! We’ve gathered some of our favorite wedding day looks that fit every style of a winter wedding.
Accessorizing your wedding dress or look can make it feel even more winter wedding ready. Add a fur jacket, wear a gorgeous veil or choose a felt hat! Don’t forget about the jewelry and the heels, you can glam it up or keep your look simple and understated with the accessories that you choose!
We love a glittery gown moment and this Gloss dress by Ida Torez is the perfect winter wedding dress for a formal soiree. The gold shimmer fitted bodice and full skirt create a clean elegance. Paired with a cropped white fur jacket you’ll be ready for any cold weather that comes your way on your wedding day.
This sleek, long sleeve stunner from Katherine Tash is a gorgeous choice for a winter wedding. Jules features an asymmetrical neckline in the front, long sleeves, and a wrap skirt, creating a high slit. Jules is made for the bride who has a more modern and simple taste but wants something with a bit of flare.
Talk about making an entrance in this gorgeous dress by Bon Bride. We love this off-the-shoulder look with an open back and long sleeves. It’s fun, modern, and sophisticated at the same time, and clearly, a dress to come down the mountain in!
This embellished sheath dress from Ines Di Santo has a square open back and wrap skirt, and is a complete stunner. Add in the embellished cape and you’ve got some beautiful winter wedding drama. A perfect combination for a bride who doesn’t want to wear a veil but wants the drama of something trailing behind her down the aisle.
We love the stunning simplicity of this Jenny Yoo Julian gown. The lace V-neck bodice and long sleeves paired with the fit and flare skirt make for a classic and modern look for a winter wedding. The chapel-length train is the perfect length to be walking down the aisle in the snow to your other half!
We love this formal stunner from Mark Ingram and it has us dreaming of a beautiful winter wedding. We love that the high neck, short sleeve topper is removable, creating a beautiful exposed boning, strapless bodice second look. The lace bodice paired with the solid skirt and covered buttons creates a formal look that we think is perfect for a wintertime wedding.
This layered lace gown from Watters is made for the romantic at heart bride. The slight puff sleeve, scoop back and A-line skirt gives us all the cold weather romance feels. Pair it will a cathedral-length veil and we’ve died and gone to wedding dress heaven.
If a wedding dress isn’t your style this Smoking Blazer and Pliage Pants combination from Kaviar Gauche has us swooning. Perfect for an intimate ceremony more casual wedding, a courthouse nuptial, or a winter elopement. Pair it with some killer heels and a shorty veil and you’ve got yourself a gorgeous winter wedding look!
The modern lace with a bit of a 70’s vibe on this Torvi gown by Anna Kara is absolutely striking. For the bride who is a little boho, we think the draped sleeves and deep V on the front bodice make for a beautiful winter wedding dress. We think it would be beautifully paired with a felt hat or waltz-length veil.
The winter season is the perfect time of year to pull out all the sparkles and this gorgeous gown from Khya Studios is wedding dress perfection. We love the gold undertones of this dress and all over sparkle, making it perfect for a more formal affair or a show stopper for a New Year’s Eve wedding!
This simple and sexy Gatsby Gown by Stone Cold Fox is a gorgeous option for an indoor winter wedding. Pair it will a stunning fur jacket and you got a killer indoor or outdoor winter wedding day look. We love the simplicity of the cut of the dress and the lacing of the back of the dress.
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