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The holidays are over but the winter season is still here. Velvet is a luxe winter staple, so let's start dreaming about these fun and fresh ways to incorporate velvet into everything from weddings to your wardrobe! 

Fresh fashion

Feeling tired of your winter wardrobe and want to warm things up a bit? Velvet is the perfect go-to option for a closet makeover. Adding a different texture and color into the normal mix will make your wardrobe fresh- even in the coldest conditions!

Emma Watson's gorgeous burgundy blazer from this roundup and found via Fashion Geek.


Grooms have never looked so good in velvet! From black tie to a casual outdoor garden wedding, this trend will leave the groom-to-be looking smooth, sleek and stylish! 

This handsome groom's suit was captured by our Vendor Guide member Elizabeth Messina and published on Green Wedding Shoes.

Serving style

We love setting the table in style! From classic to eclectic, there are no rules when it comes to place settings. We love the idea of using velvet ribbon to tie mismatched cutelry. The finished product? An elegant tabletop with a touch of vintage! 

This gorgeous cutlery was photographed by Brook Boling and published on Style Me Pretty.


Take a seat

There is something so luxurious about velvet! From the soft texture to the rich colors, we love the idea of seating guests in ultimate comfort. Whether planning a wedding or choosing the perfect chair for home, this fabric is our top pick! 

Image by Caroline Tran from this eclectic and exotic wedding inspiration shoot.

Wrapped up pretty

We know you will spend countless hours deciding on the perfect invitations, finalizing their wording and finishing off the presentation. We swoon for invitations, programs and even favors wrapped up with pretty velvet ribbons!

This lovely velvet bellyband was designed by Atheneum Creative, photographed by Chelsea Davis Photography and published on Oh So Beautiful Paper.