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Most Stylish Winter Wedding Dresses

While winter is undoubtedly the chilliest time of the year it still can get pretty cozy and very charming. Unlike open-air wedding ceremonies that are usually organized in summer and spring, winter weddings mostly take place indoors. Although it might seem that planning an event in an enclosed space does not give you plenty of opportunities to experiment with entire décor and wedding clothes, it is actually quite inspiring as it enables you to plan the wedding by using super-stylish and under-utilized seasonal details. When it comes to choosing wedding clothes, searching for the perfect wedding dress that will keep you warm on a cold winter’s day does not mean you have to sacrifice your style and adapt it according to the circumstances. There is such a wide array of beautifully designed wedding dresses available nowadays, that will suit anybody’s needs and style and make you look incredibly chic.

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A long-sleeved laced dress

By combining long sleeves with beautiful delicate lace you will achieve a flawless unique style that will wow all of your guests. If you want to create a more dramatic look opt for deep V back. Long sleeves will provide you with enough warmth and add to a more sophisticated look while revealed back will look both sexy and elegant. It is undoubtedly a perfect combination.

A layered dress

If you happen to have a classic sense of style you should try a traditional wedding dress with A-line skirt that has multiple layers. Not only does it give support to the whole dress and looks great if you opt for a great wedding videography option but it also serves as a warming material. Layers allow you to wear an underskirt and even tights underneath the dress and beat the cold enemy. As for the top, you can either go for a lovely and classy cap sleeve bodice, or you can wear a stunning strapless bodice leaving your shoulders and neckline cold. If you want to make sure that you are fully prepared for a chilly winter’s day, add a bolero or spicy up your look with a shrug.

A sequin dress

The easiest and the most effective way to achieve a glamorous look and ultimately steal the show is to go for a dress with crystal bead-work or white sequins. Whether you will choose a dress that is dripping in white sequins or you will opt for the one with elegant detailing on bodice exclusively, the glitzy outfit will hold the allure and make you look like a million dollars. However, make sure you do not go over the top with accessories as the dress itself is pretty luxurious and will give your look enough crystal accent.

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A vintage dress

Winter is a perfect season for a lovely vintage wedding ceremony held in rustic ambiance. Naturally, this kind of wedding requires a wedding dress that will complement the entire décor and its atmosphere. A simple off-the-shoulder dress embellished with subtle metallic sequins or pearls will create a look that draws its inspiration from fashionable lifestyle of the 1920’s. Champagne and nude colors would be ideal color options for this romantic and extravagant look.

A trumpet gown

Another winter wedding gown that has been gaining much popularity recently is a trumpet gown. The very name suggests that it resembles a trumpet’s bell and it is mainly suitable for more slender brides as it fits the body tightly. It accentuates the body shape elegantly and particularly emphasizes the top. Also, it might be embellished with a number of decorative elements such as embroidered or lace bodice or glamorous corset bodice with a sweetheart neckline. It is utterly feminine and gracefully designed wedding gown that adds a standout style and makes you feel like a princess.

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