(A funny story: I visited a law school in NYC during the spring one year, and it was 60° out that day. People all over the campus were out in their shorts, t-shirts and flip-flops; I wore a turtleneck sweater, my big wool peacoat and Uggs. I don't know what I would have done if I'd had to face actual winter weather when I was still cold in my warmest clothing! I guess thatand Mr. Spaniel!is why I'm still in L.A.! ;) ).
Luckilysince our ceremony will be outdoorsMarch weather in Malibu should be fairly mild (unless it rainsa bridge we will cross in another post!). Here's what I'm looking at:
Even though the weather should be mild, I am definitely looking at ways to keep warm for our evening ceremony.
Conveniently, my dress has a matching 3/4-length sleeve bolero, which is available for an additional $100.
Inconveniently, I did not order it with my dress, so I'm not sure if I can order it separately (or get it in time if I do). Why didn't I order it? Because it's the only bolero I ever met that I didn't like the look of!
So as it turns out, finding a bolero that is not hundreds of dollars and one that actually provides warmth (rather than just modesty, which I'm not really that worried about) and that ALSO matches my dress is kind of impossible (unless one of you knows about something that I don't? Hm?). So I'm looking into a pashmina or shawl instead.
I think this idea has more promise, but I haven't found anything that has bowled me over yet.
What did/will you do to keep warm at your evening wedding? Or were you lucky enough not to have to worry about it? :)