What to Wear to Cold-Weather Weddings

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We’ve already given you the scoop on summer weddings, but with late fall and early winter weddings coming up, we know you’ve got a lot to ponder. How do you look hot at a wedding when the weather is anything but? Lucky for you our blog contest winner, J, from J’s Everyday Fashion has four affordable ensembles. Read on!

Tip 1: Add velvet accessories (belt and shoes) to give your look a holiday feel.

Dress: Banana Republic, $75
Velvet belt: Urban Outfitters, $20
Wrap: Banana Republic, $15
Earrings: Banana Republic, $25
Velvet shoes: Bakers
Clutch: Jessica McClintock/Century 21, $15

Just like J:

1. Lulu’s Twilight Serenade One Shoulder Dress, $40

2. ASOS Lipsy Pleated One Shoulder Embellished Dress, $112

3. Arden B. Scalloped Sequin Belt, $39

4. Ann Taylor LOFT Velvet Ribbon Chain Belt, $35

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J is an everyday girl striving to look great on a budget. She is the creator of J’s Everyday Fashion, a blog that provides daily fashion inspiration, affordable finds and personal style advice to more than 5,000 women a day. If J can look great on a budget, then you can too!

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    nunie8:

    Good to know!

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    jenny-o:

    great ideas. thanks.

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  • lustyds:

    I like all her outfits .

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  • Lesley:

    I would still be cold in these dresses. I love wearing a nice shawl with a dress out of respect in Church/Temple and to keep warm.

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  • Duchess:

    Great ideas, I have an upcoming winter wedding.

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  • chienadoll:

    I usually pair a cute dress with a pair of tights to keep warm and either stiletto boots or velvet pumps

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    Jackie:

    Love purple!

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  • ATL Dime Diva:

    huh..

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  • ATL Dime Diva:

    purple is my color

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  • G T:

    I agree with Danielle and Marisa–we’re talking about COLD WEATHER weddings. What’s wrong with a pretty velvet dress — with sleeves? There are lots of really great COLD-weather options. Even in the summer, I like something with at least a bit of a sleeve if it’s a church wedding–if not, I don’t mind wearing a halter dress or something with spaghetti straps or something. But I really think a church wedding calls for some kind of sleeve, and a COLD weather wedding calls for COLD weather clothes–pretty, dressy cold-weather clothes, but cold-weather clothes nonetheless. Am I just a fogey?

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  • Kay:

    I love all of those dresses!

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    Ada:

    i like the purple dress

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    janneth garcia:

    I love the forever 21 dress pretty color and the wrap from banana republic what a good combination. I like the shoes from Jessica I would go to a winter wedding like that.

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  • Joy:

    Nice I like that look.

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  • Crispy:

    I love fall weddings… going to one next weekend

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    Pamela:

    I bought a gorgeous gold wrap from BR a few years ago. It’s timeless and it goes with many of my dresses.

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  • Angelina Ebreo:

    I need to get more dresses. For winter weddings, I normally wear a suit!

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  • JENNY ARCE:

    IN LOVE WITH LIPSY LONDON DRESSES!!!!

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  • penelope:

    love the last dress

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  • Danielle:

    Love the suggestions of richer fabrics/accessories but if it’s truly a COLD winter wedding I would be freezing my ass off in those. I would go for a long sleeved dress or something with tights or boots to keep the toes warm?

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