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:
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.