Staying glamorous in cold climes can be tricky. Our fashion experts are here to help you style up a spring wedding
It can be hard to dress well for a spring wedding. They look beautiful,
but you can’t rely on your trusty summer dress and open-toed shoes.
Getting the balance right between staying warm and looking stylish is a
tricky one. But with the new season comes a whole host of new
fashionable possibilities – and we can’t wait to get stuck in!
season goes back to the classics – delicate pastels, romantic lace and springtime florals – to create the perfect background for a spring wedding
guest outfit. It’s a great time to have a little fun with your outfit,
thanks to the influx of textures on the high street. From feathers to
fringing, the best way to look instantly great this season is by
investing in something a little unusual.
fashion experts have got even more advice on how to mix those looks
with muted metallics and touchable fabrics or nude hues to make sure you
stand out from the crowd at all your spring weddings. You won’t have to
wrap up in that cosy but not-so-cool coat, and you’ll be able to
embrace the best that the spring season has to offer. Flattering sleeves
and icy hues!
Read on for more tips on how to style your spring wedding outfit…
Think you can’t wear a maxi dress in the transitional months? Think again! This Ted Baker Ellore Maxi Dress is perfect for an early spring wedding, evoking the seasonal blossom with its pastel hues and floral print. Just add platform
heels for height and a fur stole for extra glamour.
Don’t plump for plain black courts – stay stylish in The Collection’s Multicoloured Floral Heels. Great with ice white tones, these floral beauties will add some much needed colour amongst the boring black.
Put away the oversized clutches and opt for an on-trend fringed version. Kurt Geiger’s Gia Fringe clutch, with its relaxed shape and fashion-forward fringing, will show you know your new season trends – even at a winter wedding.
As the temperature increases, you can afford to wear shorter sleeves on everything from blouses to dresses. The pale blue colour of this Jacques Vert Lace Dress screams
wedding, making it a classic that you’ll wear for years to come. Pair
it with silver shoes and accessories to really make an impact.
Everything from the gorgeous deep turquoise shade to the flattering A-line skirt on this Coast Longoria Textured Dress makes it a wedding wardrobe staple that you’ll return to for seasons to come. Keep accessories chic and simple to let this beauty shine.
Just because it’s a spring wedding, doesn’t mean that bright colours are off the menu! The midi length of this pillarbox red Oasis skirt will sit flatteringly below the knees,
resulting in longer looking pins in an instant!
Colour shouldn’t be dismissed just because of the cold weather. In fact,
icy tones and an ethereal print will look beautiful in the cooler air.
Our pick? Coast’s Denver Hi Low Dress.
Ultra-feminine and flattering to most body shapes, this could be your
go-to dress for special occasions. Team with shimmering metallic courts
and a jacket to ensure you are the on the best dressed list this season.
A fur bolero instantly takes a dress from smart to wedding-ready! Add this feather shawl to a pastel dress or suit for added warmth and a cosy spring look.
Keep up-to-date with the new season trends and add a touch of metallic sparkle to your winter wedding guest outfit with Clarks’ Carlita Cove Courts. Team with pencil skirts and knee length dresses for timeless special occasion style.
Strapped for shopping time? Get your hands on this all-in-one beauty from House of Fraser. Not only does it save you the hassle of finding separates, but the classic tailoring and jacquard fabric are ultra-flattering. You’ll certainly be the best dressed guest!