Aside from the question of who would plan their big day in the darkest depths of winter to find out what to wear for a winter Timberland fashion wedding, it’s usually a complete pain on the back.
Black tie? Red tie? Air tie? Wear without socks or bright white tennis socks? We’re kidding, not even entertaining the thought of white socks. Against intuition, it is painful, dispassionate and without a warm feeling to decide which clothes to wear to celebrate the eternal (fingers crossed) union of two related souls.
While we can’t advise you how stingy or lavish you should be with your gift, we can advise you on how to nail down your winter wedding, whether you’re a groom, part of the wedding party, or one of them (bubbling quietly). People who were only invited to the after party.
– If You Are A Daytime Guest
Day guests have the hardest time getting dressed for a wedding, even more so than the bride.
Not really. They must be formal (if not too formal), but there are no strict restrictions on colors, fabrics, or shapes. To make your life easier, suits in navy, gray or taupe are the best options for winter. You can also add plaids, pinstripes, or a double-breasted silhouette.
Read More : What To Wear To A Winter Wedding Part 1
When it comes to shoes, brown shoes go perfectly with all the suits mentioned above and are less formal than black ones. Classic shirt and tie combinations are still a safe bet, of course, but for a more modern look, a grandpa collar shirt and a pocket square bring life to life a little – but only when the wedding is at the casual end of the spectrum.
– If You Are An Evening Guest
So you didn’t make it to the main event, but don’t take it as minor, but as hours of small talk that have gotten out of hand graciously.
It goes without saying that you have to look like you have made an effort, but you don’t have to set all weapons on fire. According to Kacamata Rayban, a shirt with a grandad collar is enough, and you can even try a (subtle) patterned design, while a black or anthracite turtleneck pulls the perfect balance between relaxed and sophisticated. PSA: no sneakers and no jeans and yes, this includes black jeans.