It's always a good idea to have a layer to slip over your dresses, whether it's to keep your bridesmaids warm in a chilly church or to really bundle up for a wedding during the cooler months. And while a classic wrap will never go out of style, there are so many more options to consider! For brides and 'maids looking to bundle up at a winter wedding, we've got just the thing for you. Step aside, pashminas!
Saying "I do" in New England this winter? There's nothing more classic and preppy than a cable knit cardigan. Grab it in gray for a soft neutral your bridesmaids will be able to layer time and again, and pick up the ivory version to wear over your gown as you head outside for photos in the snow. ("Cambridge" cable cardigan sweater, $89.50, J.Crew)
For a wedding party with some edge, this ivory jacket will keep you warm and looking cool. It will look just as chic over a ballgown as it will with a pair of jeans! (Faux fur bomber, $168.00, Knitted & Knotted available at Anthropologie)
Channel your ballet days in this sleek and fitted silhouette. Soft cashmere will fight off the winter chill, while the wrap styling makes it easy to slip over your gown. Bonus points for a sweet bow at the waist! ("Angelina" wrap, $200.00, Ivy & Aster available at BHLDN)
Really get into the season with an oversized scarf finished with wintery fringe. Your 'maids can use it as a wrap, or twist it around their necks for extra warmth tucked into their coats. (Extra large cozy fringe scarf, $39.00, Urban Outfitters)
Bundling up for some really cold weather? An infinity scarf means no ends trailing in the breeze, and you can always pull it up to protect your hair from snowflakes or winter wind. The cream, charcoal, and wine hues are perfect for a winter bride and her entourage. (Honeycomb-stitch infinity scarf, $10.00, Old Navy)
Hey, a bride's gotta stand out! In this festive and fringed number, all eyes will be on you, no matter the temperature! ("Isla" cardigan, $525.00, Rachel Zoe available at Revolve)