As it starts to get ridiculously chilly outside — especially here in the Midwest — we thought it was a great opportunity to share bridal cover ups for winter weddings. When A & I got married, we chose an early December wedding in Michigan. We lucked out with pretty gorgeous weather for winter, along with a little sprinkle of snow as we exited the church after the ceremony. I chose a faux fur stole and it was the perfect accessory to keep my shoulders warm. However, anytime from October through March is anyone’s best guess at how chilly you will or will not be in your wedding gown. And, like Halloween when your mother made you wear a jacket over your costume, no one wants to cover up their gorgeous dress. In this post, you’ll find a few hand-picked suggestions for bridal cover ups that will warm you up without ruining your style. Plus, we’re giving away a wearable item for the bride to wear while running errands, lounging, and wearing on the honeymoon by ArenLace. Read on to find out more…
Bridal Cover Ups
1. Lace Long-Sleeved Bolero
2. Sequin Jacket
3. Faux Fur Stole
Or try a pop of color.
4. Wrap Sweater
Bridal Cover Ups for Getting Ready
Now that you’ve seen some bridal cover ups for your wedding day, it’s time to win a cover up for getting ready or your honeymoon! Enter for a chance to win a long sleeve off-the-shoulder bridal shirt by ArenLace with your choice of “Bride”, “Wifey”, “I Do”, “Mrs”, or “Engaged” on the front in rhinestones. Choose black, dark grey, light grey, or white. Prize value: $34.95. No cash value. FREE shipping included to the U.S. only. Enter between 11/26-12/2/13 (11:59pm EST). Winner will be randomly selected and announced on this blog post. Winner has 72 hours to respond to email; winner must ‘order’ prize within 6 months. Good luck!
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