We’ve reached that time of year again, ladies. You’re wearing your most comfortable scarf, the leaves are falling, and life couldn’t be better. Until the panic of trying to find an appropriate outfit for the fourth wedding, you have to attend before the end of winter sets in.
Planning a wedding in the colder months? Nearly three-quarters of weddings occur between May and October, making this a nontraditional but, if executed well, lovely option. Winter brings with it many symbols of love: cozy fires, snowy landscapes, fashionable layers, and red flowers.
Cold Weather Wedding Guest Dresses
Dressing stylishly and warmly for a wedding in the winter is a must for guests. You can stay warm in these stylish winter dresses without sacrificing your good looks. Wear with a statement necklace and boots for all-day comfort and warmth without sacrificing style.
Buy from this curated collection of cold-weather wedding guest dresses for celebrations such as christenings, family gatherings, and holiday parades.
Dresses for cold-weather wedding guests range from cute semi-formal options with interesting necklines to sophisticated long-sleeved dresses and formal mantillas. The wedding invitations in this winter collection are just what you need for your next holiday gathering.
If you need to attend a wedding while it’s cold outside, a cold-weather wedding dress is a beautiful way to stay warm. These silhouettes are supreme for avoiding heat exhaustion without sacrificing style. Wrap up warm in one of our lace-detailed or high-necked dresses, perfect for chilly weddings.
The most important thing for any bride is to find a wedding look that makes her feel beautiful and at ease. Warm fabrics like satin, lace, and linen come together to create these dresses perfect for a winter wedding. Our timeless, sophisticated styles are perfect for any formal occasion, whether you prefer a sleeved or sleeveless dress.
Guests at a winter wedding should wear comfortable, yet attractive, garments.
Winter Wedding Guest Dresses for Every Style
Weddings in the winter can be really beautiful if people dress for the event. It can be challenging to find the perfect dress to wear as a wedding guest because there are so many options.
1: Emerald Green Formal Winter Wedding Guest Dress
Jenny Yoo is the undisputed queen of cold-weather formal wear and the best choice for your upcoming winter wedding. That includes velvet dresses like this one!
We can’t get enough of emerald green, the color that’s the talk of the town this winter and every winter to come. Use it to create a timeless gown by combining it with plush velvet and a deep V-neck.
2: Classy Burgundy Formal Winter Wedding Guest Dress
Whatever name you give it — burgundy, berry, or maroon — this rich color is essential for the colder months. It’s lovely and dramatic, making it an excellent choice for a formal winter wedding gown. Be quiet!
To bring out the shimmer in the fabric, we recommend accessorizing this wine-colored halter dress with some sparkly pieces.
We’re in favor of these glistening accessories.
3: Bow Tie Velvet Formal Winter Wedding Guest Dress
Bow ties are a trend that is not going anywhere anytime soon, especially when it comes to weddings! We love the subtle bow tie straps of this velvet formal winter wedding guest dress…so classy. This a lovely reminder that you ARE the gift.
4: Floral + Formal Winter Wedding Guest Dress
This bronze, the multi-tiered gown was made for dancing and making a statement. We think this is one of the most beautiful formal winter wedding guest dresses because of how feminine and unique it is. Check out the metallic sheen in the weave! Absolute excellence.
Not to mention, you can easily adjust this dress to adhere to a less strict formal dress code. Replace your sparkly jewelry with a simple pair of gold hoops and black heels.
5: Asymmetrical Formal Winter Wedding Guest Dress
We can’t say enough good things about velvet if you’re looking for a cold-weather formal wedding guest dress this winter. Reformation’s take on the timeless midi dress is available in four delectable hues, including this shimmering gold (ideal for a New Year’s Eve wedding!).
And that asymmetric off-the-shoulder neckline is just too much to handle.