Post # 1
Hi bees! I have been watching wedding videos lately to get inspiration and have fallen in love with the look of faux fur stoles. However, I’m having my wedding September 27th. I’m worried that these stoles only look good on winter brides. I’m getting married by the Canadian border and the weather history for my town predicts temperatures in the 30s or 40s (possibly 50s if we have a later summer). On September 27th of last year it was rainy and in the low 40s. Would it look weird for me to wear a faux fur stole in September? I want honest opinions! Here is the stole I have been eyeing (I also like brown ones):
Post # 2
If it’s going to be 40 degrees, why not???
Post # 3
jeg14: I think if the temperature is in the 30’s or 40’s it will not look out of place. I think the color is a factor though. A white stole look very “winter” to me, whereas a brown one is more suitable for fall.
Post # 4
julies1949: I think you’re right. The white looks pretty wintery.
My wedding dress looks a bit like Kate Middleton’s reception dress. Do you think I could pull off a jacket like hers without it looking too wintery?
Post # 5
jeg14: She got married at the end of April so I don’t know why it wouldn’t work for you.
Post # 6
jeg14: I discovered you as a dress twin on a previous post. I want to let you know I got married in October and I found a replica of Kate Middleton’s angora sweater that I wore for outside pictures.
Post # 7
I’m treating my September 27th wedding as a summer wedding, as temperatures last year were in the high 20s (c) around that time of year.
So, way too damn hot for faux fur. I also don’t think it looks fitting to the time of year.
Post # 8
I think it really depends on the weather where you live. Where I am its still pretty warm in September, but if I decided to get married in my home town late September actually starts getting pretty chilly.
Though if you’re worried about it, I might consider going for the cardigan over the stole, just for the look