How to Save Money on Your Winter Wedding Wardrobe

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These days Winter weddings are becoming more and more common. Though most involve some tropical scenery, many are starting to embrace the snowy weather for their Big Day. With this being the case, guests have to take the weather conditions into account when choosing their Winter wedding wear — I mean the pink floral sundress isn’t going to cut it…

The issue with this is that there are a lot more options for Spring and Summer weddings than for the colder seasons. And if you don’t have that many Winter weddings to attend, it may be hard to justify buying a formal wintry outfit that you’ll rarely–maybe never–wear again. If you have found yourself in this predicament, I have an alternative option that you may not have thought of, but definitely should consider:

Y Knot Rent your Winter Wedding Wear?

Though this idea may seem odd or foreign, it’s actually quite a popular thing to do and many companies, such as Rent the Runway provide this easy-to-use-service. On Rent the Runway‘s website there are so many chic options perfect for any winter wedding, such as:


Black Floral Shadow Gown

Black Floral Shadow Gown Front


Shoulder to Shoulder


Shoulder to Shoulder Side


And options such as these and more are available to rent for several days at a time, for a fraction of what it would cost to splurge on a one-(maybe two)-time-wear outfit.Plus, first time users get 20% of their first order! So if you have a Winter wedding coming up and aren’t sure what to do about your outfit, I’d highly recommend you give this a try!

P.S. If you’ve fallen in love with a gown and think it would be more at home in your closet, between January 9th to February 5th, 2017 Rent the Runway is giving you the opportunity to BUY that outfit for up to 75% off**! 

What are you waiting for? Get to shopping–who said wedding guests can’t dress to impress?!








**outfits available while supplies last!

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