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Q. We're planning a November wedding so it's going to be cold. Can you help me decide what I should wear that'll keep me warm without sacrificing style?
A. Cathy Smyth says: Cathy says: Being cold could show in your photos so consider a dress with sleeves and maybe in a heavier fabric like crepe. If sleeves aren't your thing then ramp up the accessories. For the rockier bride you could opt for a leather jacket, the more rustic wedding could lend itself to a denim version or get your groom to be a gent and give you his jacket!
Traditional brides could opt for a faux fur wrap; bolero, shawl or pashmina and snuggly capes are very on-trend for 2020.
If it's your dream to be outside a lot on your day keep your hands warm with a muff or pair of gloves and the last thing to think about is underwear. You can keep yourself toasty warm with some thermal undies – not the most sexy but worth it to keep you comfortable.
The perfect dress
Q. I'd love a princess dress but I'm really short and I'm worried I'll be swamped. What style should I steer toward to suit my tiny frame?
A. Cathy Smyth says: Finding the perfect gown for your body type can sometimes be a daunting task. If you have a petite frame it's best to find a gown that elongates your figure and a flattering A-line would be a good option. You will still get that princess look but without the excess layers. A fullon ball gown with lots of detail could drown you and can make you appear shorter than you really are.
By choosing a clean, fairly simple A-line dress you won't go far wrong. Being smaller it's always good to make sure the dress is balanced. You might need a shorter body and definitely a shorter length, so maybe go with a designer that'll accommodate this and do a made-to-measure service.