Winter weddings are tough events to tackle because typically, the type of attire required for a formal event like a wedding isn't exactly the most comfortable to wear when it's cold outside. From slinky ball gowns to cute cocktail dresses, wedding attire can often leave you shivering in the cooler temperatures.
Luckily, our resident celebrity stylists Emily Current and Meritt Elliott are here to help with this dilemma. We asked them to share their picks for what to wear to every kind of winter wedding, from black tie to cocktail. Keep scrolling to see their helpful suggestions below.
Think dramatic, chic velvet dresses with a faux-fur jacket. Go for a mix of rich textures to ensure an elegant look that is guaranteed to stand out.
You can't go wrong with a velvet slip dress.
This subtle floral print is so chic.
Pair this with a pair of nude heels and gold statement earrings for an elegant look.
More than just a wrap dress, this beautiful pink velvet piece is guaranteed to stand out.
So chic and warm.
The perfect finishing touch to any outfit.
Reach for a sparkly long-sleeve cocktail-length dress. You can never go wrong with adding a little shine to your outfit. Pair your dress with nude or black heels to ensure it speaks for itself.
We love black and gold together.
A subtle shimmer.
You're guaranteed to stand out in this.
Such a pretty silhouette.
Go for a dramatic tuxedo look, but add a corset and good pair of pumps to make it feel more feminine. You're guaranteed to look sharp in this.
Polished, but edgy.
This belt detail is everything.
Try metallic pumps to add a little something extra to this look.
Roll up the sleeves to show the cool star lining.
This top was made to fit perfectly under your blazer.
Try a wide-leg pant instead of the traditional tuxedo fit.
A subtle way to incorporate animal print into your winter wedding look.
A burgundy velvet blazer? Yes, please.
A black bustier is a great piece to have in your wardrobe.
Plus the matching pants? Wow.
Every closet needs a good nude heel.
This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Emily Greenberg.