bolero for wedding

If such a solemn event as a wed­ding takes place in autumn or spring, when it is already cool for the bride to be on the street in just one dress, the ques­tion aris­es of choos­ing the right bolero for the wed­ding. It should not only be beau­ti­ful and orig­i­nal, but also be com­bined with the bride’s dress — after all, she should look per­fect on this day.

Light boleros for a wedding

A bolero for a wed­ding dress is cho­sen, first of all, depend­ing on the weath­er and sea­son. If this is Sep­tem­ber-ear­ly Octo­ber or April, then, of course, it is bet­ter to choose a light mod­el of guipure or satin.

A lace bolero for a wed­ding dress will not warm much, but will make the out­fit per­fect. Here it is impor­tant to pay atten­tion to the selec­tion of col­ors: a white wed­ding bolero should exact­ly, tone on tone, match the dress. Oth­er­wise, an unpleas­ant inci­dent may occur: against the back­ground of a snow-white cape, a cream dress will look dirty and washed out, and vice ver­sa. It is not rec­om­mend­ed to choose a lace bolero if the upper part of the bodice of the dress is very rich­ly dec­o­rat­ed: with embroi­dery, flow­ers, rhine­stones — this will over­load the image.

A wed­ding satin bolero will per­fect­ly com­ple­ment the look and make it lighter. It is suit­able even for very heav­i­ly dec­o­rat­ed dress­es, as satin brings nobil­i­ty to any look with its bril­liance.

Also, light boleros for wed­ding dress­es can serve, in addi­tion to warm­ing, anoth­er impor­tant pur­pose. If the bride’s dress is quite open, and the wed­ding of a young cou­ple is to take place soon, then a lace or satin bolero will give the dress the required close­ness. In this case, you should choose mod­els with but­tons or hid­den fas­ten­ers.

See also
styling for the wedding of a son or daughter. How to make wedding images for short or long hair?

Fur wedding boleros

Win­ter wed­dings require more seri­ous insu­la­tion, and a fur wed­ding bolero can be a great solu­tion. It will not let the bride freeze, but, due to its short length, it will leave almost the entire dress open and allow you to take beau­ti­ful pho­tos on the street.

If the bride does not have a veil, but, for exam­ple, only a dia­dem, then buy­ing a wed­ding bolero with a hood would be a great solu­tion. It will allow the image to sparkle with new, inter­est­ing facets and make the bride look like a beau­ti­ful fairy-tale snow maid­en, whom the groom warmed with his love.

Fur mod­els are usu­al­ly made of faux fur, some­times dec­o­rat­ed with rhine­stones, frills, embroi­dery. Care should be tak­en that such details do not argue with the dec­o­ra­tions on the dress and do not over­load the image.