Generally speaking, winter weddings are less common than spring, summer, or fall dates. So when it comes to planning what to wear, the process may require more thought than just grabbing your go-to summer maxi dress. That's why we reached out to the brain behind Carats & Cake, Jess Levin, for her expert advice on dressing for a winter wedding. Attending your first cold-weather ceremony? This one's for you!
Scroll down for Levin's winter wedding style tips!
"Winter weddings always feel more formal to me. I love the idea of a long, slender silhouette that shows a little skin with a low back or an off-the-shoulder (style) or a lace long-sleeve." — Jess Levin
"You can't go wrong with a black dress at a winter wedding, as it feels seasonally appropriate and photographs phenomenally." — Jess Levin
"Opt for a gem-tone clutch or emerald earrings (especially if you pick a black dress). I love the darker gem tones in the winter." — Jess Levin
Are you attending a winter wedding this year? Tell us what you plan to wear in the comments below!
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