Wedding capes for autumn

Autumn has always been con­sid­ered the best time for a wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny. If in the past the main advan­tage of a wed­ding in the fall, the par­ents of the young con­sid­ered sav­ing on prod­ucts that were used to pre­pare fes­tive dish­es, then mod­ern brides and grooms pre­fer this time of year for com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent rea­sons. And not the last place is giv­en to the beau­ty of nature, because wed­ding pho­tos tak­en against the back­ground of juicy autumn flow­ers can dec­o­rate any fam­i­ly album. The bride-to-be care­ful­ly thinks over the plot of the pho­to shoot, and for this, the out­fit must be appro­pri­ate. Lux­u­ri­ous wed­ding dress, ele­gant shoes, per­fect make­up and beau­ti­ful styling — the dream of every girl who will soon get mar­ried. But the autumn weath­er is so change­able that it is worth prepar­ing for unex­pect­ed “sur­pris­es”. That is why a vari­ety of stoles, boleros and wed­ding capes for a cel­e­bra­tion sched­uled for autumn are always rel­e­vant for the bride. This acces­so­ry will be appro­pri­ate in sun­ny cloud­less weath­er, and in the event that it sud­den­ly gets cold­er on the wed­ding day.

Wedding cape as a stylish accessory

A wed­ding cape on the shoul­ders is not only a dec­o­ra­tive acces­so­ry that can rad­i­cal­ly change a solemn image, but also a prac­ti­cal one. In bad weath­er, which is no excep­tion for autumn, the cape becomes a real sal­va­tion. Which fall wed­ding capes are per­fect for your dress? Let’s try to fig­ure it out.

Let’s start with sim­ple in terms of cut, but incred­i­bly fash­ion­able rain­coat capes, which are a rec­tan­gu­lar piece of fab­ric with draw­string rib­bons and cutouts for the arms. Long wed­ding capes, smooth­ly cov­er­ing the body, are cre­at­ed main­ly from translu­cent fab­rics. Most often, design­ers use silk, chif­fon, organ­za, lace, tulle. The com­bi­na­tion of a dress and a cape made of a sim­i­lar mate­r­i­al looks inter­est­ing. It should be borne in mind that a long cape is a remark­able ele­ment that attracts atten­tion, so the dress should be con­cise. Such an image is dis­tin­guished by noble sim­plic­i­ty and grace.

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Anoth­er exam­ple of lacon­ic ele­gance is a cape-coat. Their cut is also not com­pli­cat­ed, but a warm cape for a wed­ding dress of a non-stan­dard midi length, which is a straight cropped mini coat with­out a col­lar, per­fect­ly com­ple­ments the look. The advan­tage of such capes is that they can be worn by both young girls and women who are not going down the aisle for the first time.

A spe­cial role in wed­ding fash­ion is giv­en to lace — a mate­r­i­al that can trans­form any out­fit. A lace wed­ding cape brings even more ten­der­ness, inno­cence, solem­ni­ty to the image. For an “autumn” wed­ding, you should choose thick lace bolero capes. They per­fect­ly com­ple­ment the wed­ding dress with an open top. Lace boleros give the bride free­dom of move­ment and keep her shoul­ders warm. Even the most sim­ple and non­de­script dress, com­ple­ment­ed by a cape of lace up to the chest or a lit­tle low­er, held on the shoul­ders and fas­tened at the back or front, seems to come to life. By the way, the cape may not be com­plete­ly lace. Silk stoles with lace trimmed edges look no less orig­i­nal. Today, design­ers offer uni­ver­sal lace and silk capes with a hood, which will be appro­pri­ate both dur­ing a wed­ding and in a ban­quet hall.

fur lux­u­ry

A wed­ding planned for the sec­ond half of autumn requires spe­cial care when draw­ing up an image. Frosts can no longer be called an excep­tion, so a fur cape for a wed­ding dress will not be super­flu­ous. Nat­ur­al fur is in per­fect har­mo­ny with any dress. A fur wed­ding cape up to the chest or to the waist will turn any girl into a queen. You can also choose a fur tip­pet, which fits on the shoul­ders and dress in dif­fer­ent ways.

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