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    Default What to wear???....help!

    I have a wedding to go to tomorrow and I have never been to a wedding in winter before. The ceremony is in the heart of brisbane outside in the botanical gardens and reception indoors. I want to be warm but still look nice.

    1. Is a bright pink dress wrong for a wedding in winter?
    2. Are wearing pants a bit of a no no?
    3. I don't have any really warm jackets just little ones and worried stockings wont cut it. It's been pretty cold these last few days.

    Any suggestions.

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    I've been to a few winter weddings...one I wore a sparkly bronze suit (sounds naff but it was lovely and about ten years ago too), I didn't want to feel manly so wore a beautiful blouse underneath, great shoes and glitzy earrings- all the other girls were freezing but I was ok.
    Other ones I wore a dress but thick stockings and a pashmina and coat...generally once the ceremony is over I guessing you'll be inside and they will have heating so it will be ok, add few drinks if you're a drinker and even better
    The pink dress will be fine as long as its not too chilly can you wear pantyhose? And a wrap or something? Closed shoes too
    Good luck!

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    What about a nice cropped jacket?

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    Pants are fine as long as they are dressy, with a nice top and heels And I see no problem with pink!

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    a pink dress would look lovely...
    wear stockings and a take a nice tailored jacket and perhaps a pashmina or wrap in case its cold. Closed shoes.
    pants are perfectly acceptable as well I think.
    Have a great time

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    Was thinking either of these with stockings and heels. Not sure if it will be warm enough though. The pink one looks nicer on but purple is warmer.

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    I like the purple one. With your hair & make up done nicely & stockings & heels. Would look great

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    I second the purple as well. Looks great with the necklace-y thing in the front as well.

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    Thanks everyone! Hubby is no help in these matters lol

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    I like the purple too


 

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