fur cape for wedding dress

The cold sea­son is not a rea­son to refuse a solemn mar­riage. On the con­trary, a wed­ding in late autumn and win­ter can become a bright and bright event against the back­drop of dull­ness and rou­tine, typ­i­cal of these sea­sons. How­ev­er, in order for the new­ly­weds’ mem­o­ries of such a sig­nif­i­cant event in their lives to remain warm and bright, and the bride her­self not to chill from the cold, it is nec­es­sary to think through every­thing to the small­est detail. And the first thing to take care of is a fur cape for a wed­ding dress.

Fur boleros and capes

A white fur cape for the bride is a mul­ti­func­tion­al thing. She will not only pro­tect the hap­py half of the future fam­i­ly from the cold and pierc­ing wind, but also give a spe­cial charm and sophis­ti­ca­tion to her image.

A fur cape for a wed­ding can be in the form of a fur coat, a bolero, a shawl and a stole made of knit­ted fur.

Bolero capes are very pop­u­lar among young brides, which favor­ably empha­size the dig­ni­ty of the fig­ure and hide the flaws. It is worth not­ing that this mod­el is suit­able for absolute­ly all girls, regard­less of height and com­plex­ion.

There are also elon­gat­ed ver­sions of the fur wed­ding cape, which look no less ele­gant and fem­i­nine. But their choice should be approached espe­cial­ly care­ful­ly so as not to spoil the over­all impres­sion.

A fur shawl or stole is a great solu­tion for late autumn. They are quite warm and ten­der, and the bride will not be too hot, like in a short fur coat.

See also
Original wedding dresses

For a win­ter walk, a waist-length fur coat or an elon­gat­ed one with a hood will do. In such a wed­ding fur cape, the bride will def­i­nite­ly not freeze or catch a cold.

Cape selec­tion rules

The fun­da­men­tal cri­te­ri­on for choos­ing a cape is the col­or and style of the wed­ding dress. Since it is cho­sen as an addi­tion to the main out­fit, and should be in per­fect har­mo­ny with it. There­fore, styl­ists rec­om­mend choos­ing a cape only after the final choice of dress has been made.

As for the col­or — it is not nec­es­sary that the cape be exclu­sive­ly white. If the bride’s image con­tains acces­sories of oth­er shades, you can choose the same cape. As an option — a cape with trim in the same col­or as the wed­ding bou­quet.