You’re wearing the perfect dress, you’ve accessorized with the perfect jewelry and shoes, and the wedding’s a blast. That is, until you start freezing the moment the temperature starts to drop. Avoid that dreaded breeze-induced teeth-chattering with a stylish cover-up. Whether it’s a lightweight trench or a feminine jacket, our picks won’t detract from your wedding attire—they’ll only help solidify your status as the best-dressed guest.
Scroll down to shop the best cover-ups for any wedding!
Reiss Charlene Lace Cropped Jacket ($295) in Black
This boxy lace jacket is dramatic yet delicate. We love it over a fitted sheath dress.
H Brand Emily Hand Knit Rabbit Fur Jacket ($670) in Ash
The soft shade of this genuine fur jacket is especially versatile.
Line & Dot Flowy Trench Coat ($150) in Navy
A lightweight trench won’t distract from your lovely frock.
Reiss Luna Tailored Embossed Jacket ($425) in Shell Pink
This classic blazer’s subtle sheen makes it wedding-appropriate.
ASOS Longline Soft Jacket ($87) in Watercolour Floral Print
Your solid-colored dress will benefit greatly from this romantic print.
Milly Fringe Bolero Jacket ($375) in Black
You can wear this on-trend style all season, dressed up or down.
Club Monaco Olyvia Satin Trench ($695) in Beige
Luxe satin material upgrades this timeless trench silhouette.
ASOS Jacquard Blazer ($97) in Gray
Throw on this cropped jacket over a pretty pleated dress.
Reiss Tilda Lightweight Scarf ($95) in Oyster
If you’re looking for a simple cover-up, this soft scarf will do the trick.
AQUA Brocade Tuxedo Jacket ($198) in Gold
A glitzy blazer adds a touch of menswear-inspired cool to your black-tie wedding outfit. Try casually draping it over your shoulders.
ASOS Longline Blazer in Jacquard ($87) in Navy
Who said you have to wear understated colors to a wedding? Mix it up with this jewel-tone blazer.
RED Valentino Point d’Espirit Bomber Jacket ($695) in Grey/Black
Thanks to frilly trim, this bomber jacket is feminine enough to wear to a wedding.
What do you usually wear as a cover-up at a wedding? Tell us in the comments below!