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4 Easy Style Tips To Keep Yourself Warm In A Winter Wedding Without Any Fuss!

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We girls love to dress up, and we at Wedstreetstyle love to help you get your style game always on point. But in winters with the cold winds giving chills down our spine. It becomes hard to style yourself especially for a wedding. Like the first thought that comes to our mind, why do these couple have to get married in winter. However, we have no choice left then to get dressed and look our best, but this winter wedding you can look glamorous while keeping yourself warm too.

#1 Full Sleeves To keep the cold away!
If there is a marriage in your house schedule on chilly days, then keep yourself prepared. Instead of opting for a cut sleeves or halter necks, opt for full sleeve blouses with embellishment or sheer work. Full sleeves look amazing with sarees and lehengas. Also, it's a great way to hide your arm's fat.
Style Tip: For a cocktail night, you can look sexy and stylish in a full sleeve maxi dress, pull your hair up in a low side bun, and add a touch of bling with some flashy earrings.

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#2 Jewels Tones for the lady in YOU!
You need to get your colour game right. If you are dressing up for hot summer wedding, opt for easy breezy colours. However, if you are attending a winter wedding the best colours that will look amazing and help you keep warm too, are jewel tones. Try a rich jeweled tone maxi dress, or lehenga choli. The best part about jewel tones are it makes every skin tone glow.
Style Tip: Sarees in satin and palazzo suits in this colour will look amazing for a winter wedding. 

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#3 Tights For Cocktail!
If you are attending your best friend's cocktail party, and thinking of wearing a pretty dress, then do wear a sneak-peak tights to look glamorous and avoid the cold. Tights will not only add on to your fashion quotient but it will also make you look beautiful and elegant at the same time. Just play on with the styles from sneak-peak tights to fishnets, just select the right and you are ready to go.
Style Tip: Select the right shoes, if you are wearing a dress with tights. As shoes will make or simply break your whole look.

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#4 Velvet for Cold nights!
You can never go wrong with velvet. Add at least one velvet staple in your wardrobe for winter weddings. It's not a fabric that will go away soon, rather it has a tendency of always coming back. Also, it's a great pick to keep yourself warm in a cold night. A royal blue velvet kurta for a night weddiing is a perfect choice, you can even look out for a simple velvet lehenga if you are close to the bride or groom.
Style Tip: Don't overboard yourself with jewels until or unless you are the bride, as velvet is a shiny fabric which doesn't require much bling.

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