Long sleeve dresses are ideal for cold season weddings because you feel cozier in them plus such a dress is timeless, and you can also go for a church ceremony in a long sleeve dress. Today I’m sharing the coolest of these gowns, classic and trendy ones, with various necklines and skirts, with all the types of detailing, and I’m sure that every bride will find her perfect one here.
Sheath Wedding Gowns
Sheath wedding dresses are amazing, they highlight your curves the best way possible, and you’ll feel cozy in a sheath wedding dress with sleeves. Lace and beads make such gowns perfect for boho, rustic, glam brides. There are also modern or minimalist wedding dresses of plain fabric and with no lace, in this case it’s better to choose heavy textiles to feel warm and comfy. Some buttons, a small train or a cute sash can pop up such a simple modern gown. Don’t be afraid of plunging necklines or open backs, a coverup will save you from cold and you’ll look amazing. If you like lace, an illusion neckline will make your dress more eye-catching.
A-Line Wedding Dresses
This silhouette is perfect for almost every figure type (especially for pear-shaped and apple-shaped girls), it makes you look more feminine and princess-like. The coolest dresses here are with a lace or beaded bodice and a tulle skirt for an eye-catchy contrast, it makes the skirt more voluminous and flowy, while the top makes a statement. You can find off the shoulder versions that are super trendy now, and consider trying a colored wedding gown, besides the fact that it’s a trend now, it will stand out in pale winter color or in white snow. Modest closed dresses are amazing for church ceremonies or just for modest brides. Illusion necklines look amazing for such gowns, and you will create an eye-catchy effect. Become a snow queen with a beaded or glitter dress that will reflect snow.
Bridal separates or two piece wedding dresses are a hot trend this year, and you can easily rock it with sleeves, too! Lace tops and flowy tulle skirts are a cool way to be a fashion-forward bride and you won’t die from cold. Try blue and grey or slate color as these shades are extremely popular for the winter.