HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT VEIL FOR YOUR WEDDING DRESS

Once you have chosen the perfect wedding dress, the next step is to pick wedding accessories to complete your overall look. When it comes to hair accessories, most people would think of wedding veils. However, you may be overwhelmed of too many veil styles and do not know which one to choose! This guidance below will help you pick the right bridal veil for your silhouette:
A-LINE GOWNS

A-line wedding gowns work well with different lengths of veils. To complement your wedding day look, you can cater your veil choice to the details of the gown. For instance, if the back is plain, adding a long-length veil like chapel or cathedral will create an extra beautiful and dramatic look of your wedding dress. With statement back wedding gowns, shoulder or elbow veils can add more volume to the top part of the dress and give your dress room to shine.

MERMAID GOWNS

This fit and flare silhouette can be paired with either short or long veil types. If you a fan of long veils, a chapel-length veil extending slightly beyond your gown will flatter the illusion of your mermaid-looking dress. For petite brides, an elbow-length veil is a great option which gives you an elegant look without overpowering the dressing gown.

BALL GOWNS

The perfect match for a ballgown is a long veil that extends beyond the length of the train. A traditional cathedral veil would be the best option as it creates an ethereal and dramatic look to complement the Cinderella effect of your wedding gown.

TRUMPET GOWNS

This silhouette seems to work better with short-length veils. You can add very short veils like flyaway or birdcage to have a more dramatic effect on the overall look. Otherwise, fingertip veils falling right around the start of the flare will coordinate perfectly with the eye-catching skirt.

SHEATH GOWNS

Similar to A-line gowns, most veil styles will look stunning with sheath wedding dresses. The choice of veils depends on how much you would want to show off your gown. If you want to add more volume to your gown, go with a layered veil. Otherwise, single-layered chapel veils would flatter the elegant and royal look of your wedding gown.

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