15 Great Gúnas Perfect For Winter Weddings


Because after all, your occasion frock can be the bride's 'something new'.

Winter weddings - while these celebratory social engagements certainly brighten up the long, dark months, finding a suitable outfit can be a chore.

Particularly this season, when it seems like virtually every dress on shop floors is either leopard, zebra, or tiger print..... (read more: so you hate animal print, now what?)

Getting dolled up for winter nuptials doesn't mean you have to forego being fashionable - although a gown with sleeves will help you from turning into the bride's 'something blue'. There's plenty of options that nod to this season's main trends while still being a classic investment piece you can keep peddling around the wedding circuit until at least 2020.

If you're braving bare legs or a sleeveless dress with a daring plunge neckline, consider a fun faux fur or shaggy style coat to keep you cosy in between church and reception. Look, we know there's rules against wearing white on someone else's big day, but this beauty below is one we'd make exceptions for...sorry, bride.

Faux Fur Coat, €179, & Other Stories

Margo Red Star Embroidered Dress, €349, Rixo London

Asymmetric Neckline Dress, €59.99, Mango

Cubano Dress, approx €188, Majorelle

Jagger Maxi, €69, Dancing Leopard via Coco Boutique

Lace Back Ruffle Dress, €264.42, Sea NY

Afterglow Dress, approx €160, Finders Keepers

Edna Shirt Dress, €110, Never Fully Dressed via Starla Boutique

Significant Midi Dress, approx €168, C/MEO Collective

Amanda Dress, approx €214, Reformation

Milo Dress, €162, House of Harlow 1960

Holly Ruffled Wrap Midi, €150, BL-nk

Asymmetrical Dress, €150, Karen Millen

Adia Winter Orange Dress, €360, Reiss

Drop Shoulder Dress, €86.70, Norma Kamali

One Shoulder Drape Satin Dress, €62.21, ASOS Design

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