50 Perfect Dresses You Could Wear to That Winter Wedding That’s Been Stressing You Out
Choosing a dress to wear to spring and summer weddings is easy. Once temperatures drop below freezing and there’s snow on the ground, though, things get a little trickier. But fear not, because we found 50 frocks perfect for celebrating winter nuptials.
Gold and silver had their fun. Give green the spotlight.
Not that there’s anything wrong with silver sequins, though…
Dress the Population ($260)
With a modest cut, make sure to find a striking hue.
Also known as: supremely flattering.
Eliza J ($178)
Remind us why we ever wear dresses that aren’t nipped in at the waist?
City Chic ($119)
Then again, there’s something to be said for seconds at the pasta bar.
Swap out the ankle boots for statement stilettos to dress it up.
Romantic as hell.
Where wintery fabrics are concerned, velvet is the gold standard.
& Other Stories ($125)
Fancy dress or PJs? We’ll never tell…
Banana Republic ($110)
Off the Shoulder
Ideal for a more casual affair.
Club Monaco ($150)
You did all the burpees—might as well show it off.
Michael Michael Kors ($175)
My, my, my, aren’t you elegant?
Badgley Mischka ($149)
Hot take for another day: Open up this pretty wrap dress and leave untied atop of jeans and a tank.
Dress it way up or way down.
And now to the art of one-shoulder flirting.
Ella Moon ($80)
Luncheons and showers, check.
Diane von Furstenberg ($428)
There’s that defined waist again.
Maggy London ($178)
Who doesn’t want to look (and feel) like Wonder Woman?
Not today, Spanx.
Hugs the body, yet still makes room for “Twist & Shout.”
Color-blocking at its finest.
ML Monique Lhuillier ($223)
Business on the top. Party on the bottom.
Aidan Mattox ($295)
There’s a lot going on here—in the best way possible.
Three Floor ($136)
Alice + Olivia ($252)
Straightforward and lovely, you’ll wear this again and again.
Vince Camuto ($128)
Sheer without being sheer.
You can never have too much draping.
C/MEO Collective ($175)
Fit and Flare
A classic party dress will always get the job done.
This baby’s great for covering your legs without covering-covering your legs.
Felicity & Coco ($97)
Equal parts warm and sophisticated.
Who What Wear for Target ($35)
If you’re more of a traditional black-tie gal.
Show a little leg, why don’t you?
Adrianna Papell ($229)
For all the boho babes out there.
French Connection ($298)
The hemline born to dance.
The side cutout and arm detailing are just what a sweet, simple dress needs.
Jay by Jay Godfrey ($198)
Guess who’s going to be on the dance floor all night?
Think of it as a built-in scarf.
Tracy Reese ($298)
Yes, this dress is a little bit summery, but a) wishful thinking and b) it's loose and dramatic and magical and we don't want to wait until May to wear it.
Fun little surprise when you slip off your faux-fur chubby.
Nanette Nanette Lepore ($149)
You’ll want to be in, like, every photo.
Lauren Ralph Lauren ($97)
Black-tie velvet dreams are made of this.
Jenny Yoo ($295)
Why should the table centerpieces have all the fun?
Betsey Johnson ($88)
Psst…this one comes in a few different colors, and each will make you feel like a prima ballerina.
Dress the Population ($195)
Calling all Grecian goddesses….
Calvin Klein ($179)