By Robyn Karmazyn



Winter weddings may not be as plentiful as spring and summer, but unless your body rejects cold weather, there are many reasons to reconsider this season for your big day. For starters, that built-in mystical backdrop of snow and barren trees can result in spectacular photos. For another, the gorgeous crop of faux fur options to wear over your gown will help to completely elevate your bridal look. The only question is: which style is your favorite?



This gorgeous polyester option is dainty and delightful, right out of a fairy tale. It will also stay in place and keep your shoulders nicely protected from the cold. Ultimately, the best part for us is the unique two-tone look from Sissily Designs—making it look more rich and luxurious than ever.



For a classic bridal look that’s trendy but timeless, sweet but sultry, this Unreal Fur modacrylic and polyester cape is the big winner. Blend in with the snow—or be your own winter wonderland—and score gorgeous photos you will fawn over for years to come.



This lynx print faux fur number from House of Fluff makes the modern waist-length bridal jacket look even more fun and funky. Did you even know that was possible? The polyester blend stunner with tencel lining is soft, striking, and dare we say “perfect” for your big day!


If you feel like basic is definitely not your thing, this gorgeous floral option from Jakke can totally fit the bill. Made of acrylic, modacrylic and recycled polyester, it has a simultaneous twinge of feminine “bridal” and a breakaway from tradition because it’s considerably unexpected.



This one-of-a-kind beauty is for the ultra-feminine bride looking for a unique, super girly showstopper. With this self-described “luxury” faux fur from Pelush NYC, you get an amazing bridal look for a day, but will likely keep re-wearing afterwards with jeans and heels or booties.









Robyn Karmazyn is a writer, editor, and style lover from Toronto, Canada. She also created and runs the online magazine, In Your Vegan Style. Since planning her own vegan wedding, she continues to stay immersed in the industry by helping others and flipping through tons of inspiration photos. Robyn loves fashion, décor, styling, and weddings *almost* as much as she loves animals. Read Robyn’s articles




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