Cape for wedding with a hood

A wed­ding is a sacra­ment for which future spous­es pre­pare with spe­cial trep­i­da­tion. Accord­ing to Ortho­dox tra­di­tion, the bride must be cov­ered dur­ing the wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny in the church. Some girls opt for a veil, one of the tiers of which can be thrown over the head, cov­er­ing the face, while oth­ers like wed­ding capes with a hood and sleeves, which are much more com­fort­able than a veil or a reg­u­lar lace scarf. Such acces­sories adorn any wed­ding attire. In addi­tion, the lace cape for wed­ding with a hood cre­ates a spe­cial atmos­phere of sacra­ment. Thanks to a wide selec­tion of mod­els and fab­rics, every bride has the oppor­tu­ni­ty to choose exact­ly the acces­so­ry that match­es her taste.

Types of wedding capes

Often, a wed­ding cape with a hood is sewn from translu­cent white fab­rics. This col­or, embody­ing puri­ty and puri­ty, is best suit­ed for cre­at­ing a wed­ding look.

A clas­sic wed­ding bolero with a hood is a kind of cloak, which is fixed around the neck with strings. The length of the prod­uct varies from the waist­line to the floor. In such a cape, the bride looks very fem­i­nine. In addi­tion, the floors of the cape allow you to cov­er the exposed areas of the body, because the deep neck­line, open back and arms in the church look out of place. If the corset of the dress is dec­o­rat­ed with volu­mi­nous details, you should choose bolero mod­els that fas­ten with one hook. And dress­es with a tight-fit­ting lacon­ic top will look more ele­gant if the bolero is as closed as pos­si­ble. Long sleeves are also allowed.

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When choos­ing a wed­ding hood for a wed­ding, you should def­i­nite­ly take into account the height of the hair­style that will adorn the bride’s head dur­ing the church sacra­ment. It should be as free as pos­si­ble. You don’t have to wor­ry about the fact that the acces­so­ry can slip off the head, because it is usu­al­ly fixed with invis­i­ble hair­pins or dec­o­ra­tive hair­pins.

Mate­ri­als for sewing capes

Open­work lace, satin, silk, chic tulle and translu­cent chif­fon — these fab­rics are best suit­ed for sewing wed­ding acces­sories. It is not at all nec­es­sary to choose a cape that is made from a sim­ple dense fab­ric that looks strict. The church has a fair­ly favor­able atti­tude towards beau­ty, but it should be gen­tle, roman­tic, mys­te­ri­ous, and not flashily vul­gar. Design­ers use inter­est­ing hand embroi­dery, beads, bugles, braid, beads and oth­er ele­ments as decor for capes-hoods.

As for the col­or, in addi­tion to the clas­sic white, milky, beige, peach, dusty pink and oth­er pas­tel shades are allowed.