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Believe it or not, Labor Day is just around the corner, and if you’re planning a Fall or Winter wedding you may be wondering: can I wear white to my post-labor day wedding?? We, for three, are of the opinion that this old adage is just exactly that-old. To prove that white (or ivory or cream) are perfectly lovely even after September, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite fall/winter wedding looks for your viewing pleasure.

Sleeves, long, short or even capped make even the brightest of white dresses feel perfectly appropriate come cooler months. 

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Another sure-fire way to bring your white dress up to code come Fall or Winter? It’s all in the fabric.  Silky satins, sparkly sequins and poufs of tulle are sure to make your dress a standout this time of year.

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Even if the dress itself doesn’t scream “seasonably appropriate” (because, afterall, you should choose your dream dress based on how it makes you feel, and not for any other reason!), bridal accessories are a easy way to pull your Fall or Winter look together.

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Be sure to check out these pix and so many more on our Pinterest page!