Cape for wedding dress

If the wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny is sched­uled for the cold sea­son, then a cape on the wed­ding dress will become a very impor­tant part of the wardrobe for the bride. It will not only pro­tect it from the cold wind, but also add mys­tery and solem­ni­ty to the image.

What are elegant capes for dresses?

Capes are very diverse:

  • bolero;
  • stole;
  • cape;
  • coat;
  • white fur coat;
  • pash­mi­na (fur shawl);
  • wed­ding jack­et.

In win­ter, a fur cape for a wed­ding dress is espe­cial­ly pop­u­lar. More­over, its col­or­ing does not have to be white. It is worth pay­ing atten­tion to the long capes on the dress. This sea­son, design­ers have paid spe­cial atten­tion to such mod­els. Some mod­els com­plete­ly hide the bride under their folds, which makes her look like a princess from a fairy tale.

A lace cape for a wed­ding dress does not lose its posi­tion, but in the cold peri­od of time this option is not always appro­pri­ate. For a pho­to shoot and paint­ing, you can use a warmer cape, but indoors you can wear an open­work bolero.

Warm capes for a wed­ding dress are a great choice if your dress has bare shoul­ders and back. In addi­tion, if you are plan­ning a wed­ding, she will also hide the bare parts of the body that are for­bid­den to be shown in the church.

What are winter capes for a wedding dress decorated with?

In addi­tion to the fact that the capes them­selves look very lux­u­ri­ous, they are addi­tion­al­ly dec­o­rat­ed with var­i­ous dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments. For exam­ple, embroi­dery, glass beads, beads, stones, dec­o­ra­tive flow­ers, lace inserts. Capes in soft pas­tel col­ors look very bright and expres­sive, and some brides pre­fer bright con­trast­ing mod­els. The choice of wed­ding capes is so rich that any bride will be able to choose the option she needs for any dress.

See also
wedding dresses