Planning a winter wedding is hard enough as it is, without factoring in everything that comes next. While, sure, everyone looks forward to the relaxing escape a honeymoon offers, at the end of the day it's just one more thing to plan. But even if you don't exactly know where you'll be jetting off to just yet, don't give into the stress and leave your suitcase packing for the last minute. In fact, our roundup of 15 winter honeymoon outfits below will not only help you decide what to wear on that romantic escape but also, perhaps, inspire the destination location.
From tropical getaways where fewer layers are better and you can live happily with zero-effort dresses, sunglasses, and slide sandals to mild-weather destinations you just need to pack a light cardigan to wrap over your shoulders or a blazer to finish off your looks to winter wonderlands where you can sport your most colorful outerwear and winter boots for some amazing outfits (and photo) opportunities, let these looks inspire you. While the options vary widely, the one thing they all have in common is that you won’t regret one bit your final destination. Happy honeymooning!
Who wouldn't want to be lying on a hammock 24/7?
Sea-green matching sets, anyone?
Elevate your beach dress with a pair of block heels and a small bag.
A perfect outfit for checking out the market close to the beach.
The sleeves and the colors of this dress just scream vacation (or honeymoon).
Explore your city of choice with this cool and chic outfit.
Pack a long-sleeve shirt just in case it gets chilly and you need to layer your dresses.
Shorts and sweaters are the perfect pairings when the weather is somewhat chilly but not quite cold.
You can never go wrong with a Canadian tux.
Mix and match patterns for an outside-the-box outfit.
Pack up your most colorful outerwear so the cold weather won't get to you that much.
Also, pack a pair of sturdy and comfortable boots so you can take impromptu hikes.
Stay cozy with a trusty fleece jacket.
Cozy up your skirts by styling them with turtlenecks and fitted coats.
Keep your color scheme on the neutral side so you can match all the things you take with all the new things you'll buy.