Wedding season may be spring through summer, but you'll often find the best venues and caterers are more available during the colder months. So while your calendar may not be brimming with invites to your friend's big day in December, we guarantee there will be the rogue one taking advantage of the benefits of a winter wedding.
But what to wear? Resist the urge to don 60 denier tights, and instead opt for a statement piece that'll slot nicely into your everyday wardrobe post-event. From ruffled dresses to sleek clutches, via elegant mules and floral floor-skimming gowns, we've found the most gorgeous pieces to wear to a winter wedding.
Any dress from Rixo would be suitable for a wedding, but this satin space-age number is top of our list.
Sheena Space Age Spot Long Sleeved Midi Dress, £295, available at
Add a little drama with ruffles and a waterfall hem.
Soft Jacquard Asymmetric Dress, £51.75, available at
Who said winter meant muted tones? This silk amber dress works as well for day or night, ceremony or party.
Isadora Silk Midi Dress, £185, available at
You simply can't go wrong with Ganni. Wear this to a wedding now, and with sandals come summer.
Marceau Georgette Maxi Dress, £190, available at
Layer a classic coat over this ruffled Dodo Bar Or dress.
Dodo Bar Or
Embroidered Flared Dress, £1,854, available at
No need to make a statement with the rest of your get-up when these emerald beauties take centre stage.
Reyner 100 Crystal Buckle Sandals, £595, available at
This is a winter floral if ever we've seen one. Layer a faux fur over the top, and you're good to go!
Colette Dress Ruth Flower, £75, available at
Mini bucket bags are having a moment, and this metallic Zara one will see us from wedding to NYE.
Metallic Mesh Mini Bucket Bag, £29.99, available at
For a more casual affair, this Marni dress is the epitome of winter floral.
Long Dress, £1,570, available at
Mules are here to stay after a year of reigning supreme. This tassel update from Uterqüe is top of our shopping list.
Black Mules With Tassels, £95, available at
Pastels aren't just for spring, and dresses aren't your only wedding option.
The Betty Jumpsuit, £504, available at
These fuchsia mules look more luxury than their price point suggests.
Galaxy Flare Heel Mules, £69, available at
Another flash of colour, courtesy of Preen By Thornton Bregazzi – that asymmetric shoulder is a showstopper.
Preen By Thornton Bregazzi
Danica One-Shoulder A-Line Dress, £850, available at
No matter what you wear, these Finery earrings will be conversation-starters.
Dolly Two-Tone Mirror Crinkle Earrings, £39, available at
This dress can help us pretend it's spring when really it's 2 degrees.
Seneca Silk Maxi Dress, £475, available at
To be worn with heels at the church ceremony and trainers at the pub lunch reception.
Tiered Garden Dress, £565, available at
If dresses aren't your thing, this French Connection jumpsuit does the trick – we're wearing for work, too.
Hiva Crepe Flared Jumpsuit, £140, available at
These heels from Charlotte Olympia are pure glamour.
Blyton Sandal, £525, available at
Lace doesn't need to mean vamp.
Flynn Lace Wrap Dress, £210, available at
De La Vali is Kate Moss-approved, and this silk maxi will be a mainstay of our wardrobe, post-wedding.
De La Vali
Silk Maxi Floral Dress With Bell Sleeves, £595, available at
YAS do wonderful floral dresses, like this teal number.
High Neck Maxi Dress, £60, available at
This Zara suit ensures two things: you're sitting comfortably for the ceremony and feeling free enough to tear down the dance floor during the reception.
Printed Trousers, £39.99, available at
Pyjama Shirt, £39.99, available at
Look effortlessly chic and ultra-feminine with this slightly-sheer midi dress from Whistles.
Pale Pink Amber Frill Dress, £169, available at