What to Wear to a Winter Wedding

Shop: Skirt // Sweater (Similar – Exact is from last year) // Heels // Purse

Happy Tuesday Friends! Surprisingly one of the most common questions I get is what do I wear to ____ event. Usually it is a wedding or a party that you know you need to be a little more dressed up for.

Winter, Dec – February in particular, is one of the hardest times for me to want to dress up. I don’t know if it’s the cold, the the thought of having to pick an outfit and a jacket, or knowing that I should wear closed toed shoes.

What I do know is that this look is the best of winter fashion all rolled into one.

With the exception of black tie events and weddings, a simple two piece set or look is generally an easy way to go. Not to mention with higher waists and midis making a huge comeback this is a way be chic, gorgeous, and confident for whatever event your calendar throws your way.

Midi skirts are everywhere so for your next wedding or big holiday party look for one of these! I encourage you to step out of your comfort zone like I did and try it with a cropped sweater or top. You will find that the thicker and higher waist band paired with the longer length will be much for forgiving than most skirts.

This pink velvet pleated skirt is something out of my dreams! I loved how fun and flirty it felt styled like this but it would be great dressed up with a sequins top, a turtle neck, or worn with a satin or lace top just for a little more classic look. Just throw on a pair of heels, grab a clutch and your favorite lip, and you are good to go!

Side note : most people see pink as a strictly early fall, summer, and winter color but that couldn’t be further from the truth. If you pair pink with your more traditional fall and winter fabrics – velvet, fur, leather it will fit right in with your winter wardrobe!

Do you have any winter weddings or events coming up?! 💕

Author: thefinishingtouchokc

Just a shopping addict living and working in OKC | Stella & Dot Stylist | Life & Style Blogger

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