Jersey Girls {Brides}

I promised a follow up to my post on bridesmaids in cardigans, and here it is! And after all, why should your girls get to have all the pretty? There are so many reasons why this works for brides as well. First, if you’re having a religious ceremony and want to cover your shoulders, they’re a sweet and more laid back alternative to sleeves or a bolero. Or, if you’re getting married at a time of year where the weather isn’t going to be brilliant, wearing a cardie will be your saving grace through a long couple shoot (nothing worse than trying to look hot and relaxed when all you can think about his how chillsome you’re feeling!). Or your cardie could be a late night addition – perfect for wearing as your guests see you off into the cold evening air. Plus, cardigans are a great style choice for an autumn or winter wedding – they add a pop of colour to your white dress and work in anything from soft, neutral colours to statement brights. Have a look at these lovelies, worn by real brides around the web…

Sources (clockwise from top left): 1 – Adrian Gunde Photography via Style Me Pretty; 2 – Lisa Rigby via Ruffled; 3 – Braedon Photography via Once Wed; 4 – Limelight Photography via Style Me Pretty.

Sources (clockwise from top left): 1 – Jason + Anna Photography via Engaged & Inspired; 2 – Maggie Rife via Pocketful of Dreams; 3 – Elisabeth Millay via Snippet & Ink; 4 – Cameron Ingalls via 100 Layer Cake.

Sources (clockwise from top left): 1 – Jen Rodriguez via Ruffled; 2 – Cameron Ingalls via Style Me Pretty; 3 – Jagger Photography; 4 – Rebecca Hansen via Inspired by This.

The perfect end to a perfect day…

Source: Evrim Icoz Photography via Style Me Pretty.

And who could forget the ultimate jersey girl? Not jersey, darling, but angora. Still, Kate knew how to work her evening cover up. What about you? Would you wear a cardigan with your wedding dress?

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