11 Ways To Stay Warm During Winter Weddings | POPxo

11 FAB Tips To Stay Warm & *Stylish* At A Winter Wedding!

Manvi Malhotra

Senior Wedding Writer

Weddings are an occasion to dress up, look pretty and have loads of fun. And especially if it’s a winter wedding, the whole aura of the celebrations becomes quite mystical! But we get it, selecting a winter wedding wardrobe can be quite a task as you want to stay cosy and yet look stylish. But fret not, as we show you amazing ways to stay warm during winter weddings, without compromising on the fashion part!

1. Silk Route




 

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While silk and raw silk might be difficult to wear during summers, they are a boon for winter weddings. They look classy while keeping you warm and of course, effortlessly stylish too!

2. Embellished Elegance




 

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Outfits with heavily embellished full sleeves, just like this Manish Malhotra creation, is another way of staying cosy at winter weddings. The intricate sequin and embellishments would guarantee you stay snug throughout.


3. Sleeve Up




 

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Easy-peasy! Just wear something with long sleeves and you’re sorted! If you’re the kind of person who feels exceptionally cold (read freezing) during the chilly weather, you should ideally opt for a silk, velvet or raw silk outfit with long sleeves, just like this Manish Malhotra one here. You can also wear thermals underneath for extra warmth!


4. The Saree Way




 

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Sarees are elegance personified. But they do tend to make you feel cold, courtesy the exposed back and stomach. To avoid the said situation, just go for a full sleeved blouse that is longer than usual, paired alongside a raw silk or chanderi silk saree. You’ll thank us later.


5. Wrap Around




 

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Just wrap your lehenga dupatta like the model in this gorgeous Anita Dongre outfit to look effortlessly stylish yet cosy.  Need we say more?


6. Sexy Yet Snug





Just look at this gorgeousness right here! The blue anarkali gown looks really sexy, yet guarantees that you stay warm and comfortable during an outdoor winter shaadi. You can also wear a pair of cosy thermal leggings underneath and nobody will know!


7. Cape Diaries




This is another amazing way of not letting the chilly winds freeze you as much. Just cover up with a cape that matches your lehenga and you’ll be all set. You can choose the kind of fabric you want for the cape, depending on how cold it is. Awesome, right?


8. Sharara Madness





An outfit like this will make you look like a million bucks, without turning you to ice. Since the sharara is fitted, it will help trap your body heat better. A silk dupatta with your outfit is an amazing choice, as it not only looks classy but will also keep you warm.


9. Dhoti Wonder





Dhoti pants work in preserving body heat in the same way as shararas. They are fitted and usually cinched at the ankles, which makes it difficult for cold wind to enter your outfit, thus keeping your legs warm. The high neck chinese collar helps too!


10. Layers, Layers!





A jacket on top of any outfit is like a pretty icing on the cake. Just like this outfit above, you can add a matching jacket in the fabric of your choice to retain some body heat and keep you cosy.


11. Juttis Are LOVE



 

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Juttis are just the prettiest footwear ever! We love them and we know, so do you. They look gorgeous with all kinds of outfits are very versatile too. The above photo is definitely proof.


With so many gorgeous options, which one’s will you don?

Published on Aug 14, 2017
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