What to Wear to a Winter Wedding: 3 Fabulous Looks from ModCloth.com
Previously featured in Zankyou Magazine for great winter rehearsal dinner dresses, ModCloth has a huge selection of retro-styled, vintage-inspired and totally unique dresses. Actually, everything on the site is cute and covetable. Plus, all the items are cleverly named and surprisingly affordable. Here are three different ModCloth looks to wear to a wedding.
- Look #1 Sweet and Girly
Taking a cue from pink wedding dresses that are all the rage, this look is romantic and refined. The Veil of the Evening Dress has sheer lace sleeves but you can keep warm with Dancing Like A Star Tights and Diamond and Pearl Gloves. The demure Double or Nothing Heel features a sweet little metallic bow. Top off the look with Oval and Oval Again Earrings and Pearl Glam Necklace for a sweet and girly finish.
- Look #2 Plum and Plumage
This look takes inspiration from the fanciest of our feathered friends: the peacock. Start with a basic plum-colored Mulling Spices Dress and add a pair of Black Peacock Feathered Tights. Make this look really pop with the Hello Blue-tiful Heel and some feathered accessories like the Plume of One’s Own Bracelet, Earn Your Wing Ring and Prismatic Plumage Headband. Carry all your wedding guest essentials in the faux-ostrich Beauté Naturelle Bag.
- Look #3 Black-tie Glam
Some weddings are fancier than others – typically evening weddings such as a New Year’s Eve wedding. That’s when you need to step up your look with a glamorous dress and brilliant accessories. Shown here is the Just in Times Square Dress with the At First Plush Jacket. The Walk Star Bootie is vegan faux-suede so you won’t have to worry about ruining them in the snow or slush. For jewelry we suggest the Diamond in the Riff Earrings and When We Kiss Ring. A shiny gold purse like the Shell We Shoulder Bag adds a sparkling contrast to an all-black ensemble.
Which ModCloth wedding guest look is your favorite? Tell us in the comments below.