wedding capes and boleros

Think­ing through the image of the bride for the wed­ding, you need to remem­ber many impor­tant fac­tors, includ­ing what time of the year the wed­ding takes place. After all, a pho­to shoot on the street, against the back­drop of the sights of his native city, has already become an oblig­a­tory part of the cel­e­bra­tion. And this means that the bride will have to spend a lot of time out­doors, and a wed­ding cape or bolero will come in handy.

Capes and boleros for the wedding

The cape is usu­al­ly a cir­cle of fab­ric with a slit in the front, sleeve­less, which is fas­tened with one or more but­tons under the neck. Capes can vary in length: from short, slight­ly cov­er­ing the shoul­ders and chest, to long, reach­ing almost to the knees.

A bolero cape on a dress is more prac­ti­cal, as it has sleeves that secure­ly fas­ten it to the body. Boleros are much warmer than ordi­nary capes, and also, due to their short length (boleros are sewn no longer than the mid­dle of the bodice of the wed­ding dress), they reveal all the beau­ty of the bride’s dress and har­mo­nious­ly com­ple­ment the over­all image.

Now in stores you can pick up fur and open­work capes and boleros. The choice of exe­cu­tion mate­r­i­al usu­al­ly depends on weath­er con­di­tions. These mod­els of wed­ding clothes can be sim­ply designed or dec­o­rat­ed in var­i­ous ways: embroi­dery, ruf­fles, rhine­stones and sequins and much more.

Tips for choos­ing capes and boleros

When choos­ing a wed­ding cape, you should be guid­ed by two main tips:

See also
Corset wedding dresses

Choice of col­or: a cape or a white bolero should be matched exact­ly to the tone of the dress, because if the dress is white and the bolero, for exam­ple, beige, then there will be a feel­ing that the lat­ter is sim­ply not clean enough.

Design choice: The embell­ish­ments on the cape should nev­er com­pete with the embell­ish­ments on the dress. And in gen­er­al, if the dress is rich­ly dec­o­rat­ed, then it is bet­ter to choose a mod­est bolero with­out any dec­o­ra­tions at all.