wedding capes

For any girl, a wed­ding is a whole life event, so prepar­ing for it is always an impor­tant, long and rather painstak­ing affair. The image of the bride should be per­fect­ly thought out, because you don’t get mar­ried every day. The main thing, of course, is the choice of the dress itself, because it plays the most impor­tant role in the image. But every rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the fair sex knows how sig­nif­i­cant the lit­tle things are in clothes and how much they can bring to the image, if you choose them cor­rect­ly. That is why a vari­ety of acces­sories must be cho­sen with no less care than a dress. For exam­ple, a bou­quet, ear­rings, neck­lace, shoes, and, of course, a wed­ding cape for the bride. Many unfair­ly for­get about the lat­ter, espe­cial­ly if the sea­son is warm, but this is not entire­ly cor­rect, since the cape is able, so to speak, to set the mood for the image. Let’s take a clos­er look at what wed­ding capes are and how to choose them cor­rect­ly, based on the gen­er­al image, as well as the time of year and, accord­ing­ly, tem­per­a­ture con­di­tions.

Lace wedding cape

Let’s start, per­haps, with the sum­mer-spring ver­sion — a lace cape. It is an exclu­sive­ly dec­o­ra­tive thing, since, of course, lace does not warm. But this is also their plus, since this kind of cape can be worn in the midst of the sum­mer heat, if you want to add a drop of ten­der­ness and fem­i­nine orig­i­nal­i­ty to your image.

Of course, not all capes are just pieces of fab­ric. There are a wide vari­ety of mod­els. Among lace capes, short capes with nar­row long or short sleeves are the most com­mon, as lace sim­ply looks incred­i­bly beau­ti­ful when it grace­ful­ly fits the body: their pat­tern becomes vis­i­ble. There are also options such as fab­ric capes trimmed with lace or even ruf­fles. Such capes-blous­es look very fun­ny and coquet­tish, and there­fore are most suit­able for a young bride. It is also worth not­ing that this kind of wed­ding cape looks best in white or cream, ivory.

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By the way, if your grand­moth­er or moth­er knows how to knit lace, then you could ask them to make a cape for your wed­ding. Then such a knit­ted wed­ding cape will become for you some­thing like a fam­i­ly heir­loom, a keep­er of mem­o­ries. In addi­tion, it is always very nice to wear a thing that was made with love just for you.

Natural fur wedding capes

You can not ignore the warm wed­ding capes, which are just per­fect for win­ter time. Unlike lace, they already play not only the role of an acces­so­ry, but also warm. Since brides often choose sleeve­less dress­es even for a win­ter wed­ding, they sim­ply can­not do with­out a win­ter cape on a wed­ding dress, oth­er­wise there is a chance to cel­e­brate the first day of mar­riage with a run­ny nose and rasp­ber­ry tea.

As with lace, there are a vari­ety of mod­els among fur capes. Some are just wed­ding capes. Their advan­tage lies in the fact that they can be put on in dif­fer­ent ways and they are very easy to remove if sud­den­ly the room is too warm. In addi­tion, there are capes-blous­es with com­fort­able sleeves under which the cold wind will not blow. The mod­el must be cho­sen based on your wed­ding dress, and, of course, accord­ing to per­son­al pref­er­ences and con­ve­nience.

Wedding stoles

It is also worth not­ing that a scarf-stole can also be used as an autumn-win­ter wed­ding cape. The main thing is that it fits the style of the dress and the wed­ding as a whole. If your wardrobe does not have a suit­able mod­el, then the stole can be pur­chased at a bridal store, on the shelves of which you will find every­thing that a bride may need.

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