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Wearing Fur At Winter Weddings

October 4, 2018

 

If you’re attending a wedding this winter and are looking for a way to stay warm while maintaining the elegant dress code, a fur stole is your best bet. They offer the ultimate combination of warmth and luxury and will only make your outfit look better. 

 

Wearing Fur Stoles For Winter Weddings

 

Winter weddings are beautiful and romantic but obviously not always the most comfortable in terms of weather. Finding a beautiful gown to wear for the occasion is an easy task compared to finding adequate outerwear. You’ll want something that keeps you warm but still shows off your dress, which is why a fur stole is perfect.

 

Wool coats are a classic, but they will hide your dress. Layering knitwear will add a more casual feel to your outfit. A fur coat is beautiful, but might get a bit heavy for such a long event. A stole is the ideal size and weight. It’s big enough to keep you warm

 

but small enough to not take away from the details of your dress. In fact, it will upgrade and complement your outfit. Rather than looking like you’ve had to add something, like a coat, it will be part of the complete ensemble. It’s an accessory that will work for you whether you’re a guest, a bridesmaid, or the lucky bride.

 

 

Fur complements many different textures so a stole will be sure to pair well with your dress. It looks great with chiffon, lace, silk, or any other softer fabric that it can be contrasted against. And since a stole is small, it is flattering with almost any silhouette. Whether you’re wearing a slinky, figure-hugging satin dress or a voluminous organza gown, a fur stole will look beautiful draped across your shoulders.

 

Shop our Fur stoles.

As well as Fur Shawls and Fur Capes. 

 

Our gorgeous rabbit fur stoles and shawls are available in black, white, grey, wine, and brown. Grey and brown are the perfect winter neutrals. If you’re a bride they will add richness and depth to your white wedding gown. If you’re a bridesmaid or guest, grey and brown pair well with a multitude of colors.

 

You can contrast with a soft pastels like blush, baby blue, lavender, or mint for an ultra feminine feel. If you prefer a deeper color palette to match the season, grey and brown also look amazing with burgundy, navy or royal blue, emerald or forest green, or violet. And of course, you can’t go wrong if you stick with head to toe neutrals. Choose a champagne dress to avoid looking too monochromatic (while differentiating yourself from the bride).

 

Wine is a winter favorite for its lush, deep tone that matches the cooler weather so well. It looks beautiful contrasted with a soft pink or champagne. Alternately, you can create the ultimate winter palette with a navy dress. If you’re a bride, wine will stand out beautifully against your white gown (especially if you are wearing a red lip too). Black and white are the easiest shades to match, but the most dramatic. Choose your shade of monochrome accordingly to lighten or brighten your outfit.

 

A fur stole is a worthy investment because once the big day has passed, you can re-wear it for other special occasions throughout the season. You can apply the same styling tips for galas, balls, or outings to the theatre/ballet. And if you have multiple winter weddings to attend you can style your stole with your different dresses!

 

 

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