Fall Wedding Ideas – How to Dress

Summer weddings used to be all the rage. Everyone wanted a  beautiful, sunny, warm wedding day, but quickly autumn is racing forward  becoming the most popular season for weddings, particularly October  (which has replaced September as the most popular month to get hitched).  The beauty of the autumn months creates a lovely backdrop for all  weddings – but it makes dressing up difficult when you want to be warm  too. fallHere are three helpful autumn trends to keep you stylish, yet warm at any fall weddings you may be attending.

Skip the boots: Boots are  big in the area of trends  this year, from cute ankle boots to sexy knee highs – a girl has plenty  of options when she is boot shopping. However, one option that is not  available is wearing them to a wedding, no matter how casual the wedding  may be. Even in the fall, strappy heels, peep-toe pumps, and  traditional pumps are appropriate. Most weddings require cocktail attire, and boots are definitely not part of traditional cocktail  attire. Dressing up is fun; find a gorgeous pair of heels for a friend’s special day!

Cover your shoulders: In the summer it’s great to be  able to wear strapless dresses, halter dresses and other –less dresses  without having to worry about getting cold. In the fall, however, you need to keep warm and often dresses don’t provide enough coverage to keep you adequately heated. This year Pashminas and wraps are very
popular, but shrugs seem to be on the way out of the fashion foreground.  Many dresses are sold with a coordinating wrap for cooler weather, but if the dress you purchase isn’t you can always purchase one separately.  Especially hot this year is contrasting and bright colours.
Have a black  or brown dress? Match it with a bright wrap for bang of colour to your  ensemble.

Go for a feminine sweater: Sweaters are a great way  to keep warm and are always super cozy; however, they can sometimes make  a cocktail dress look too casual. Sweaters are great to wear when you  are travelling to the wedding, from the wedding to the reception, and  back home again, but don’t wear it during the ceremony or at the
reception – you want to look dressed up and fancy, so don’t let a  cardigan bring down your fashionable outfit. When you are choosing a sweater to wear, look for something feminine with small buttons, low-key embellishments or ruffles, plus make sure you choose a colour that will  compliment or contrast your dress, the same way a wrap would.

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