Winter nuptials pose many a problem for the wedding guest—just what does one wear to a winter wedding? While the setting seem all kinds of romantic, with the thought of white swans and ice sculptures (obviously), it's hardly like you can pull out your trusty wedding-guest dress that you've worn for all those summer nuptials. No, a winter wedding is a different affair altogether.
But don't panic. Try one of our box-fresh ensembles that tread the line between notupstaging the bride and being striking enough so you unanimously win the votes for best-dressed guest. Not only that, but we've compiled nine fail-safe rules for dressing for winter weddings. Even better is that you probably already own plenty of these pieces, so you don't need to go buy a whole new outfit. Keep scrolling for our nine rules for winter wedding outfits and to shop the key pieces you need.
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