Winter Wedding Dresses 2011

Winter Wedding Dresses
 To stay warm while you’re en route, consider a wool or cashmere cape. A cape will provide plenty of room and you won’t have to worry about fitting your sleeves into it, as you would a coat. And the drama of a cape can work to enhance your bridal look.
Another popular option: an asymmetrical faux fur wrap that rests on one shoulder, or the fur or marabou shrug that covers both. These styles make the perfect finalé for a strapless gown with a bit of beading.
 
 Wintertime isn’t just the perfect season to break out the “ice,” it’s also ideal for wearing strong colors under that snow-white cloak or shrug. A bold red gown will take your guests’ breath away, especially for a Christmas or Valentine wedding. Other brides might find that a pale blue sash fulfills their winter wonderland fantasies, while this season’s trend toward bold black beading complements almost any cold-weather affair. Classic colors like ivory and egg cream are always popular.
 
 First think of your winter wedding dress as a gown that has nothing similar to an ordinary dress that you choose for the cold season, therefore you must define the style of wedding dress that looks great on you. The thing that you are suggested to do next is to go inside a local bridal store and have all the bridal gowns tried on to see which of the 5 commonly known styles matches you the best.

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