six-piece skirt

The style of the six-piece wed­ding dress is very rare today. This is due to the fact that such mod­els are not in great demand, and girls pre­fer puffy mul­ti-lay­ered or tulle skirts. Although, I must say that wed­ding six-pieces are quite an inter­est­ing and unusu­al style. At first glance, they are easy to con­fuse with sim­ple A‑line mod­els. How­ev­er, the dif­fer­ence lies direct­ly in the skirt, which is made of six pieces of fab­ric. This cut allows the dress to main­tain a flared fem­i­nine look all the time. How­ev­er, the six-piece dress also has its draw­backs. For exam­ple, such a mod­el can­not have a train, since in order to achieve the expect­ed effect from the hem, uni­for­mi­ty and sym­me­try must be observed.

Models of wedding six-blade

Mod­els of six-blade wed­ding dress­es dif­fer from each oth­er only in the pres­ence of decor and addi­tion­al acces­sories. This dress is suit­able for those who pre­fer to stand out mod­est­ly and unob­tru­sive­ly.

Clas­sic six-piece wed­ding dress. The most pop­u­lar wed­ding six-pieces are a fit­ted mod­el with an A‑line skirt and bare shoul­ders and neck. Bare shoul­ders are the most attrac­tive ele­ment here, beau­ti­ful­ly com­ple­ment­ing the calm cut of the skirt.

Off-the-shoul­der six-piece wed­ding dress. Mod­els with closed shoul­ders look inter­est­ing and very gen­tle. After all, as a rule, design­ers cov­er the top with trans­par­ent tulle or thin chif­fon. Six-pieces with a yoke made of lace or lace trim look very roman­tic.

Non-stan­dard six-piece wed­ding dress. Design­ers offer to empha­size the unusu­al­ness of such a mod­el by adding a bright ele­ment or acces­so­ry or by choos­ing a short length. If none of these solu­tions appeals to you, then dec­o­rate your image with unusu­al jew­el­ry, inter­est­ing shoes, an attrac­tive wed­ding hair­style and make­up.

See also
Photozone for a wedding