Are you ready to give up the veil, but would you like to keep some mys­tery and sophis­ti­ca­tion in your image of the bride? A long, weight­less man­tle or a short open­work cape will become an actu­al, styl­ish alter­na­tive to a banal veil. Such an acces­so­ry adorns a wed­ding dress, and despite its cen­turies-old his­to­ry, makes you an ultra-mod­ern bride. As they say, every­thing new is well-for­got­ten old. A cape is also an easy way to change up your look in the mid­dle of a wed­ding. Wear an open­work cloak or lay­ered robe for a more closed and chaste look dur­ing the cer­e­mo­ny, then take it off to shine in a new way at the wed­ding ban­quet. Chan­fash­ion col­lect­ed for you sev­er­al dozen exam­ples of how gor­geous brides look in a wed­ding gown!

You are mis­tak­en if you think that a cape is an acces­so­ry exclu­sive­ly for a wed­ding in the cold sea­son. Design­ers around the world have picked up a new trend and show­case such beau­ti­ful, unusu­al and amaz­ing vari­a­tions of robes for brides that there is no doubt: every girl and every dress can find a wor­thy ensem­ble. Despite the fact that the cape — retro acces­so­ryit goes well with all wed­ding styles, from boho to art deco!

Short capes and boleros for wedding attire

What a sim­ple but effec­tive way to trans­form a wed­ding dress in a cou­ple of min­utes! Do you want to add ten­der­ness, dra­ma, sophis­ti­ca­tion or col­or to the image? It’s easy to do this with a cape!

The acces­so­ry can be minia­ture, hide only the shoul­ders or cov­er the dress to the waist.

A very pop­u­lar idea among brides is a cape with large beads, pearls or rhine­stones, ide­al for style art deco and vin­tage Top­ics.

Lace capes and hand-embroi­dered capes per­fect­ly empha­size the smooth fab­ric of the dress: silk, vis­cose, satin.

Long gowns, capes, cloaks for brides

Long capes can be not only dec­o­ra­tive, they real­ly help. shel­ter from the cold! Win­ter wed­ding clas­sics — faux fur cape: you will feel cozy dur­ing a pho­to shoot or meet­ing guests on the street!

But our hearts were won by the ethe­re­al lace and clean, smooth wed­ding gowns! The bride has nev­er looked more majes­tic!

And how unusu­al and fab­u­lous the man­tle that con­tin­ues the wed­ding dress looks like! It is impos­si­ble to part with such an acces­so­ry!

Long lace cloaks and capes are now very pop­u­lar, the most dar­ing brides choose mod­els with a hood or lay­ered ones to hide the neck­line, deep back or even the unusu­al col­or of their dress. We think this is a great choice for an autumn and spring wed­ding.

Unexpected textures of wedding capes

Do you want some­thing spe­cial, appeal­ing? Empha­size a bold look at wed­ding fash­ion, demon­strate your indi­vid­ual style to every­one, add glam­orous chic to your image? Then choose a dar­ing cape with ostrich feath­ers, fringe, vel­vet or chain mail!

And let every­one gasp, because in com­bi­na­tion with a dress in the style of min­i­mal­ism, such an acces­so­ry looks incred­i­ble! Ostrich feath­ers and satin make a great pair, don’t they?

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Now in your arse­nal, plus one idea, how you can unob­tru­sive­ly com­ple­ment or rad­i­cal­ly change the wed­ding look! What kind of bride you will be: sophis­ti­cat­ed, mod­est, bright, glam­orous, ele­gant — it’s up to you, most impor­tant­ly, stay the hap­pi­est! Your Chan­fash­ion