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What to wear to winter weddings

Winter weddings are fun according to me.  If you hail from a country, which has tropical weather most year around, like myself, then winter months are a breath of fresh air.  However, it can be quite challenging to find the right outfit for winter weddings.  With increasing number of people choosing to get married in the winter months not only in India (where i originally hail from) but also in the UK (so that they can make their wedding photos even more picturesque, if they are lucky enough to have snow on their special day) it can be tough to find the perfect outfit.

The one rule of thumb to stick by is to choose a nice fabric that falls well and is long enough to cover most of your body so that you can look stylish, yet not freeze! With that in mind, you can make any Maxi length dress work.  I found some lovely options from an emerging designer wear on my recent trip to India Studio casa 9

Their gowns are made of lovely fabric, that make any body shape look flattering.  The embroidery is subtle and elegant, which makes the outfits look appropriate for a wedding guest.  And, just like Indian tradition usually requires the bride to be covered at the wedding as a sign of respect,  the gowns by Studio Casa 9 are tailored just right, not too expose too much of your body but yet show off the right parts of your body (like the shoulders and collar bones).

I teamed the look with some lovely statement jewellery from Tsara jewels.  I kept the look minimal and elegant, not over done.

Let me know your thoughts and whether you would go for the same look for a winter wedding.

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