What to Wear to a Wedding This Winter When You're Expecting

If you're anything like us, you probably approach wedding invites with equal parts excitement and stress. After all, dress codes are a tricky thing.  If you're pregnant, the act of dressing up an ever-growing bump can certainly add to the challenge when the market of maternity dresses seems to range from muumuus to too-tight-to-function frocks. However, you don't have to put aside your sense of style or your comfort to abide by the dress codes. Turns out if you give three maternity essentials for a winter wedding (and any wedding, at that) a go, you can all but guarantee you'll look and feel your best.

The items in question? No-fuss dresses, comfortable shoes, and purses you can actually fit your belongings in. Chic practicality should be its own dress code, really, and there’s no better feeling than nailing it. So, instead of drowning in a cup of water over what to wear, don’t be afraid to opt for staples that will allow you to play around and always look good, whether you opt for a stunning red dress and a pair of kitten heels or a flowy belted number you can dress up with tights. Of course, here at Who What Wear, we don’t like to leave you without some shopping inspiration, so we scoured the internet for the absolute best maternity essentials that will take the stress out of dressing up for a winter wedding. Check them out below.

No-Fuss Dresses

Sometimes the simplest of dresses make the biggest impact. That's why instead of attending a wedding with a frock that will need adjusting throughout the occasion, opt for no-fuss choices like wrap dresses or printed jersey that are zero-effort but always look incredibly chic.

How good would this dress look with a pair of printed white tights? 

Make a statement with this sultry red dress. 

A classic LBD for under $100? Yes, please.

You can never go wrong with florals. 

This dress will look amazing with all your gold jewelry.

Comfortable Shoes

The last thing you want is shoes that are killing you even when you're sitting down. Make sure you put on comfortable shoes that won't make you want to throw them across the dance floor.

Talk about (comfortable) statement shoes.

Match these booties to your red dress for a cute monochrome look.

Try out the socks-and-sandals trend with this velvet pair.

No heel? No problem. These slingbacks aren't short on style. 

The Right-Sized Bag

Clutches and small bags always seem to be the norm when it comes to weddings. However, you need a bag that can carry more than your lipstick and credit card. That's where medium-size bags come in. They're still small enough to not be an inconvenience, but big enough to hold everything you need (and even some leftover cake).

A medium-size bag doesn't mean it has to be a boring one. 

The handle detail makes this classic top-handle bag even better. 

Geometric bag shapes are always a nice way to elevate your outfit.

Add texture to your wedding outfit with this crocodile-embossed satchel. 

Want more wardrobe options? Shop the best maternity dresses.

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