Lace veil

Mod­ern wed­ding fash­ion offers us a lot of dif­fer­ent dec­o­ra­tions for hair­styles. But, as before, the veil remains the most mys­te­ri­ous and always rel­e­vant dec­o­ra­tion. A long veil with lace looks espe­cial­ly fem­i­nine.

A veil with lace is a timeless adornment

It was with the lace veil that the tra­di­tion of cov­er­ing the bride’s head began. This is a clas­sic that remains rel­e­vant today. A veil with lace looks espe­cial­ly gen­tle and can dec­o­rate any wed­ding out­fit. By the way, if you decide to get mar­ried, then just a lace veil is most suit­able for a cer­e­mo­ny in a church. So that she com­ple­ments the out­fit, but does not com­pete with it, when choos­ing, pay atten­tion to the fol­low­ing points.

  1. A long lace veil must match the col­or of the dress. Lace should also be the same, in extreme cas­es, very sim­i­lar.
  2. If the bride has cur­va­ceous, you should give pref­er­ence to a long and not cur­va­ceous mod­el. The sim­pler the lines, the more they “stretch” the sil­hou­ette.
  3. For girls who are slen­der or skin­ny, a lace two-lay­er wed­ding veil is suit­able. She will make the bride more fem­i­nine and smooth out the angu­lar fea­tures of the fig­ure.
  4. A long veil with Span­ish-style lace looks equal­ly good on any fig­ure. This mod­el is quite long, but due to the loca­tion of the lace insert, it does not look very bulky. In this style, embroi­dery is locat­ed only along the edge, and the veil itself is attached very incon­spic­u­ous­ly. It looks like it was just thrown over the head. This style will dec­o­rate the dress sim­ple and ele­gant, with­out lush ruf­fles and inserts.
  5. Be sure to choose the length of the veil accord­ing to the length of the out­fit. If the bride is wear­ing a short dress, the head­dress should be no longer than her shoul­ders. For a longer out­fit, you can pick up a long veil to your fin­ger­tips.
See also
Script for a bachelorette party before the wedding