Post # 1
I found my dress, (likely breaking every dress buying guideline), but I’m getting marriedpin east coast Canada on the 1st of September and the weather may not agree.
Would someone please give me some pictures of the type jacket or coverup or whatever that I should wear with my dress?
The pictures will be on the beach, near colorful row houses and on cliffs over the ocean. It may be windy and cold or as high as room temperature.
My dress is Sophia Tolli’s Ivon in black and white.
Post # 4
Something like this but with a 3 qrt sleeve
Post # 5
Thank you!That looks like it would work, for sure! Should I look for one in black or white?
Post # 6
@CogD: I think the black will match the dress best.
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Where on the East Coast are you getting married? I only ask because Nova Scotia has been hot as fuck on September 1, for the past 5 years. Unfortunately I don’t know much else about the remaining provinces…haha.
Post # 10
As a fellow Canadian, I agree that the weather here can be very unpredictable… but September isn’t truly chilly yet (unless you plan to marry outside in the evening). Your biggest issue could very well be rain though that month 🙁 *frowny face*
You can find out Historical Weather Data from Environment Canada for most locations in the country, example here are the Weather Averages for Halifax for the WHOLE Month of September…
Daily Average Temp = 15.2 C
Daily Max Average Temp = 19 C
Daily Min Average Temp = 11.4 C
Extreme Max Temp = 32.2 C = September 1, 1969
Extreme Min Temp = 1 C = September 29, 1980
Average Monthly Rainfall = 107.1 mm
Extreme Daily Rainfall = 96.3 mm = September 19, 1936
Lol… the good news is Environment Canada has no record of it ever having snowed in Halifax on September 1st.
You can find other weather resources also on-line that document weather history by using GOOGLE. One I found, said that the Daily Average Temp for September 1st for Halifax was a High of 71 F and a Low of 55 F (so daytime to over-night range)… hardly chilly as I said previously.
Hope this is helpful,
Post # 12
I can’t believe I didn’t thank you all for helping me. I haven’t bought the jacket thing-y yet, but I will once my dress comes in (in April – oy oy oy).
It isn’t unheard of for the temp to be around 10 degrees in the late afternoon in St. John’s and I am one hell of a cranky person when I get cold – lol. I have a circulatory syndrome so my hands and feet and lips go numb and blue if I get a chill (and I don’t want to be a smurf in my pics! lol)
Anyway, thanks for helping me!
And, ps to “this time round” and “the future mrs”: the wedding is in St. John’s, NL. Not that it would likely be under 8-10 degrees on the first of Sept, but with the crazy ass winds on the cliffs (and the extremely high chance of drizzle and fog) it can feel pretty chilly pretty quick. You NS people are so lucky in the Valley. I visited in the summer once and LOVED the heat (although my friend who lived there said I’d get sick of the humidity pretty quick . . . I guess I didn’t stay long enough). Thanks again.
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