Now that it’s October, it’s almost winter wedding season! I find spring and summer weddings are much easier to dress for than fall and winter, which is why I wanted to curate winter wedding guest dresses at different price points for you to narrow down from. To me, long sleeves are a very easy way to lean into the weather even though I’ll be indoors. Color palette is also helpful! You can’t go wrong with jewel tones, and there’s some lighter blues, pinks, and greens that are a touch unexpected but still work well. Here are the options I have my eye on right now!
Winter Wedding Guest Dresses Less Than $200
Emerald is such a fantastic winter color that looks flattering on nearly everyone, which is what I love about this mini and this midi. The combination of satin and lace on the first one has a festive feel to it that isn’t too obvious, and I love how fun the skirt would look while dancing! The other one has a fantastic ribbed knit jersey fabric that actually looks quite elevated given the long sleeves, body con fit and waist tie. This one is also made from a knit textile, and I love it because of the sophisticated turtleneck and bishop sleeves. It’s incredibly classic and versatile! No roundup of winter wedding guest dresses would be complete without a pop of red, which combined with the long bell sleeves nods to the holidays in a fresh way. On the opposite end of the color spectrum is this blue mini, with a floral pattern that reminds me of a rich brocade. Another detail I love: cape sleeves, as seen on this black number! The icy blue of this one is another fantastic winter color, and I love the off-the-shoulder design. Finally there’s this cobalt one, which is more trendy and comes at a really great price.
Winter Wedding Guest Dresses Less Than $350
While pink isn’t a traditional winter color, this light blush is beautiful, particularly with the shiny fabric and flowy silhouette. Though the complete opposite, I also love this mini in classic black with the square neck and ruching. Everything about this olive maxi is incredibly chic, from the kimono style sleeves to the low neckline to the slit. Mint is another untraditional winter color, but it definitely still works, especially in this modern long sleeve maxi. If you’re looking for something unique but timeless, this black belted midi absolutely fits the criteria. I absolutely love the cinched waist and flared skirt, and think the padded sleeves are subtle while still making a statement. Then there’s this blue and gold mini! The shirred draping combined with the metallic creates a very dynamic look, especially when paired with the high neckline and padded shoulders. The red satin of this mini is festive, and the puff sleeves, asymmetrical hem, and ruffle trim only add to it. The last one is made with a rich navy velvet that’s made more interesting with pleating and ruching.