How to Look Trendy and Stay Comfortable at an Autumn Wedding
Fortunately, for the past month, in most areas of the country, the warmth of summer has held on. This has provided some very nice, if not overly hot wedding days this fall. That, though, will ultimately come to an end in many areas, as the cooler winds blow. Autumn weddings are gorgeous, particularly near Lake Tahoe, but it can be a challenge choosing attire, because of the widely varying temperatures. The trends, at the moment, though, can be very accommodating, providing the option to mix and match the day of the big event.
Skirts Ankle length skirts are going to be very popular this fall and into the winter. They can be conveniently worn with strappy, tall heels on warm days. Or, when the weather begins to cool, many of the same skirts can be paired with a tall boot for more leg coverage. Some of these skirts are even long enough to allow heavy tights or leggings to be worn beneath them if it is a particularly cold fall day and you must attend an outdoor wedding.
Turtleneck The high-neck look is back with a vengeance, and it isn’t going anywhere in 2017. It promises to be a very trendy look this fall, and one that will undoubtedly keep you warm. However, choose your turtleneck appropriately. Sleeveless turtlenecks, or those with sheer cutouts are particularly popular, and they allow for attractive layering if it is chillier than planned.
Strappy, Gold Heels The shoes can really make the outfit. Even a simple pair of ankle-length colored denim pants can be paired with these shiny, strappy shoes and look wedding appropriate. Pair the strappy shoes with pants, blouse, and jacket for cool days, or with capris and the sleeveless turtleneck mentioned above when the temperatures are warmer.
Multiple-Piece Suit We do love the business-turned-casual look that we’ve been seeing more and more lately. With the shapes of office attire, but less traditional materials, these ‘suits’ are perfect for autumn weddings, because layers can be removed if temperatures climb too high.