Wrap up warm in sizzling-hot, sensational style with our selection of the best winter dresses that wow…
Loading on the layers this winter need not be anything other than dazzling – we know that to be a truism in our winter wardrobe (minus the odd Michelin-man moment when no one’s watching), and winter bridal wear is certainly no exception. Thankfully – and enabling brides the world over to make use of the truly magical backdrop that crisp, wintry days provide – designers pay special attention to season-appropriate gowns. Here, we pick our six of the best winter dresses…
For covered up the seriously sensual way, we love this beautiful, silhouette-enhancing gown from Chloe. The full-length sleeves keep this season savvy, and the top layer of delicately embroidered lace complements a wintry, snowflake motif. The unusual cut outs at the neckline prove covered up can be seductive!
We’re head over heels for this Jackie O-inspired gown. A high neck and full sleeves adds a retro look, and the subtle detailing at the waist adds some shimmering intrigue. A simple veil with no adornments makes a style statement too!
If you still want to wear a traditional sweetheart neckline and love the thought of bare shoulders and decolletage, a sensational floor-sweeping cape might be the answer. This cape from Alberta Ferreti strikes a distinctly festive and wintry note.
Head-to-toe satin is the ideal fabric for a winter wedding and this stunning gown from Richard Designs adds a hint of shimmer and shine at the waist and shoulders. Richard Designs also have a dazzling collection of shrugs and jackets – the perfect accompaniment for a bridal gown in winter. See more at richard-designs.com
If a highly slick and polished look is right up your street, this structured fishnet-effect gown is just the ticket! Sharp and elegant lines keep this look classic, perfect for a grown-up monochrome or black-tie wedding.
If a dress isn’t for you, this beautifully crisp white trouser suit will stand you in excellent stead for a winter wedding. We love the tailored tuxedo-effect jacket teamed with wide-leg trousers. The subtle and delicate tiara is just the right touch too!