Winter Wedding Dresses to Look Spectacular
Sophisticated thick fabrics with unique embellishment for every bride!
Winter is a less popular time to wed; traditionally the wedding season starts in April and lasts till the late autumn. But every modern bride knows that in a high-quality dress and with a beloved one by your side, a winter wedding may become a true magic. Winter wedding dresses allow freedom of choice: thick and warm fabrics, high-neck dresses for a romantic and elegant bridal look.
Guide to Choosing a Winter Wedding Dress
For a bride to feel spectacular and enjoy the celebration, a dress should meet the following criteria:
- No slits. Mini-dresses, tea-length gowns, or hip-high slits aren’t suitable for cold weather. A maxi skirt will be an elegant and warm option; and an ankle-length gown without a train will be great for snowy weather.
- High-neckline. Straps and a plunging neckline can be uncomfortable even if a bride wears a fur jacket. Closed shoulders and bust is the best choice. Also, you may consider a cutout wedding dress and put a fur coat on when outside.
- Thick fabrics. A light and sheer chiffon is not suitable for a winter wedding. Thick fabrics or a multilayered skirt, as well as jacquard silk or satin gowns are perfect options.
Designers offer collections for winter wedding ceremonies that take into account density of fabric, peculiarities of a silhouette for cold weather, and even have coats or bolero to complement the look. Dresses from thick materials are great with opera gloves, which you may wear for a photoshoot.
Fabrics for Winter Wedding Dresses
Thickness of a dress plays a crucial role. Light fabrics are breathable and look strange with closed shoes and fur cover up. Top best fabrics for the cold season are the following:
A two-layered dress with a thick underlay and silk, lace, or sateen above it is a good choice. Satin creates royal and elegant looks, as well as minimalist dress styles for gowns with drapery. A-line dresses from this fabric are eye-catching and sophisticated. Embellishment, crystals, or applique may emphasize the glossy top surface.
Lace may be used as a top layer on sleeves or skirt. The following types of lace can be used for a winter wedding gown due to their thickness:
- Richelieu lace;
- Irish lace;
- bobbin lace.
A neckline, back, sleeves, and skirt may be embellished with lace. Designers often use floral and geometric patterns and ethnic motifs in their winter collections.
Trendy Colors for Winter Wedding Dresses
A thick satin, velvet, or brocade underlayer is perfectly complemented by thin lace. The significant thing is that either underlayer or lace should be thick in other case, a dress may not suit the season.
An underlayer color may be as follows:
- white – a perfect dress for a winter wedding, especially if you are going to have a photoshoot in a snow-covered terrain;
- ivory – accentuates white lace and is a great option for blonde girls;
- cappuccino – is usually combined with a lace of the lighter shade to create a tender look.
The color of the dress should suit the coverup, otherwise the entire ensemble will look unbalanced.
Designers from Tina Valerdi's team have already thought about brides who will have their weddings in winter. They offer exclusive, comfy, and warm winter wedding dresses of various dress styles from modern to traditional. Sophisticated thick fabrics with unique embellishment for every bride!
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