When it comes to weddings, people usually decide upon either a winter wedding and Summer wedding. These are the most popular choices and depending on which one you are attending, you're more than likely going to be wearing a different outfit. Here we are going to tell you what you should be wearing to a winter wedding. Read more Men's Style Guide features and check out our Store.When it comes to your winter schedule, you will probably find that it is one of the busiest times of the year. While you'll probably be inundated with festive parties, Christmas dos, New Year's Eve events and the odd Thanksgiving meal, you'll also more than likely find that you have a wedding to attend. Now as always, what you wear to a wedding is a pretty big deal, especially in this day and age where it takes literally nothing to annoy a bride or groom and supposedly ruin their big day. This might be by way of getting too drunk or prematurely eating the cake, but that said, your outfit could also piss them off. So first things first, you need to properly nail what you're going to wear on the head and while you may be sat there thinking 'well I went t0 a wedding last summer and my outfit was great', the first rule to remember is that summer and winter wedding attire is completely different. Typically the first thing you should do is check the invitation, as chances are the people getting married have actually outlined a dress code for you and this should be your indicator of how to dress on the big day.When it comes to dressing for a winter wedding, you can always expect it to be cold, especially if you are living in the United Kingdom. Here we have just experienced one of the coldest winters on record and this kind of weather definitely determines what you will want to be wearing. Remember that weddings aren't just inside. Typically the happy couple have set time aside for pictures which more often than not are outside, and let's face it you're not going to want to be stood waiting around in a flimsy suit jacket. So what do you wear to a winter wedding? Well, below we've come up with some simple tips and advice that we hope you'll follow when deciding what on earth you're going to wear to one.Go for a suit that has a natural shoulder line, sits tightly at the waist (you don't want a baggy suit on any occasion) and if you feel comfortable enough, find yourself some trousers that taper slightly. If you already have a suit that you just can't let go of and could do with a bit of modernising, then head down to a tailor to get it sharpened up. This isn't actually as expensive as you probably think and will leave you looking a lot better than if you just threw it on as it was. The same goes for if you are buying a new suit - chances are it will fit your rough measurements, but if you want it to really fit like a glove then you are going to need to go down to a tailors and have them see to it. Whatever suit you choose we always suggest and encourage that a white shirt is best. Don't go for anything gimmicky and if you aren't sure, follow your gut instinct and avoid whatever you've got your hands on and stick to white. That way, you'll look put together and the only thing you need to worry about is your shoes and a tie.While a linen suit may look nice and you may think 'sure that looked great on me back in June, i'll just wear that again', it's going to do you no favours when you're inevitably stood outside in the icy climate. Any wedding that takes place in the United Kingdom between the months of October and March you can guarantee will be met with arctic temperatures. This means that a linen suit is completely out of the question. Instead for a wedding in the winter, you're going to want some heavy duty materials and this is the best time to make the most of an opportunity to wear some of the best materials and fabrics out there. When it comes to selecting your suit, try to opt for one from an Italian or British brand. They really know what they're doing when it comes to suits (we have the learned experiences from the Savile Row giants over here and Italy is home to the likes of Bottega Veneta, Emporio Armani and Gucci, so they also know what they're doing). Material wise, winter boasts a great opportunity for you to wear something you probably won't find yourself wearing at any other time of the year. Think corduroy, wool and tweed for when the cooler months hit. Wool is your best bet for the icy December month and a woollen suit will keep you extra warm due to the extra punch it carries in its weave (the way its constructed). Tweed will look most suitable in the build up to December, so if you have a wedding in November (and particular if it's a country wedding) this will be perfect. As heavy as tweed is, it isn't necessarily that warm due to it construction and so it probably isn't as suitable as wool would be if you were attending a Christmas wedding.Corduroy is having a moment as of now and it is one of the top trending fabrics in menswear. This is thanks to a resurgence in the popularity of the Seventies and the fashion that came with it. Corduroy is extremely versatile and can be dressed down or up, but in this case you will want to dress it up. When opting for corduroy, we also think you should be careful about what colour you go for, but we will discuss that next.If you're going to go for a grey or brown suit, then remember that a wedding is a joyous occasion (it is a celebration after all) so let your accessories do the talking when it comes to colour. We are not suggesting you go overboard with a bright yellow tie with polkadots on it, but perhaps if you wear a navy suit, opt for a burgundy tie in wool so that you have a little colour. That said, you could also invest in a patterned pocket square - although we'd avoid anything too over-the-top.