What to wear with burgundy dress for wedding

(13 Posts)
freddiemed Sun 28-Feb-16 22:12:57

Going to a wedding early March so still likely to be chilly. Going to wear burgundy long sleeved knee length dress - need ideas what to wear with it please! Wrap/jacket?? Colour of shoes (black?) agghhhhh! Ideas please?!
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ChristmasEvePJs Sun 28-Feb-16 22:19:28

Do you have a link to the dress?

I would say if back go dainty but other options are nude, gold and forest green.

Boltonlass1972 Sun 28-Feb-16 22:25:37

Grey hat, silver bag and shoes or wedgewood blue would be my choice

7Days Sun 28-Feb-16 22:34:05

March is technically spring and it might be a nice day. Id go floral pastel accessories, pretty crram based clutch in a pink toned floral pattern. Cream shoes and wrap? Depending on neckline earrings or necklace in one of the colours, ie not delicate silver/ gold. Dress sounds demure and if it's plain you can really make a statement with the accessories.

Itscurtainsforyou Mon 29-Feb-16 00:32:14

I had a similar outfit lined up for a wedding this month.

I was going for dark red/burgundy dress, black high boots, charcoal woollen throw, dark red clutch bag. Wish I'd managed to wear it!

freddiemed Mon 29-Feb-16 22:14:20

Thanks all. Can't link on iPad, it's a phase 8 (which I normally don't like) dress called textured hearts. I have lovely black suede Autograph sling backs which may wear and may look for wrap.

MrsLettuce Mon 29-Feb-16 22:18:38

this one?

freddiemed Mon 29-Feb-16 22:31:28

Yes, thank you lettuce tis that one!

MissBattleaxe Tue 01-Mar-16 14:23:25

Call me mad but I would go for turquoise accessories.

amarmai Tue 01-Mar-16 14:39:26

i love pink with burgundy. The black sling back suede shoes sound lovely tho.

SayAGreatBigThankyou Thu 03-Mar-16 16:50:18

navy blazer and leopard shoes

LadyPriggsbottom Thu 03-Mar-16 17:16:39

Oh I like say's suggestion.

SayAGreatBigThankyou Thu 03-Mar-16 19:02:54

Thanks grin It's what I wore to a wedding recently!

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