wedding coats and capes

A wed­ding is an event with a strict dress code, which, unfor­tu­nate­ly, does not take into account the fact that such cel­e­bra­tions are also held in the cold sea­son. And the bride, dressed in a wed­ding dress with a tra­di­tion­al­ly open top, runs the risk of get­ting seri­ous­ly cold and sparkling her nose red from the cold in the most impor­tant pho­tos. In such cas­es, the only thing that can save is a fur cape on a wed­ding dress. As a rule, they are not too warm, as in their man­u­fac­ture they rely on the ele­gance and beau­ty of the style, but cozy enough to warm those brief moments when the new­ly­weds have to stand on the street. The main thing is to choose the right mod­el.


How to choose a fur coat for a wedding dress?

First you need to decide how warm a cape for a wed­ding dress you need. There are sev­er­al main options:

  1. Fur wed­ding cape, which has the shape of a stole or bolero. A good solu­tion dur­ing the Indi­an sum­mer or warm spring, when the weath­er is quite gen­tle, but it is dis­tin­guished by cold evenings.
  2. A white warm coat is a fair­ly demo­c­ra­t­ic and prac­ti­cal option for autumn and ear­ly spring wed­dings. Reli­ably warms and pro­tects from cold.
  3. A wed­ding white coat is the warmest option, good for a win­ter cel­e­bra­tion. It is pleas­ant­ly dis­tin­guished by the fact that it looks very lux­u­ri­ous, turn­ing the bride into the hero­ine of Pushk­in’s or Dis­ney’s fairy tales.

After the type has been cho­sen, it is worth decid­ing on the length and mate­r­i­al. Since the issue of choos­ing mate­ri­als is nar­row­er, let’s start with it. Wed­ding coats made of faux fur are good and attrac­tive with their low price, but usu­al­ly they give off a slight yel­low­ness, which cre­ates an unpleas­ant con­trast with the dress. If you take a faux fur coat, be sure to try it on in the morn­ing to see its real col­or, and also take a cou­ple of pho­tos — this will allow you to check if the con­trast will be notice­able in the cam­era lens.

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A wed­ding fur coat made of nat­ur­al fur does not have such a draw­back, but, of course, it does not please the wal­let at all with its price. Due to the fact that they are also extreme­ly imprac­ti­cal, it may be worth con­sid­er­ing the option of rent­ing a wed­ding fur coat. This will allow you to rec­on­cile a heart that demands beau­ty and a brain that advo­cates the expe­di­en­cy of pre-hol­i­day spend­ing.

As for the style of a cape or a fur coat, it is worth pro­ceed­ing from the cut of the dress:

  1. If the dress is straight or slight­ly flared to the bot­tom, you can take the longest options for a coat or fur coat. Even mod­els with hoods are allowed. In this out­fit, you will look incred­i­bly mys­te­ri­ous, but the main thing is that you will be warm, which will allow you to with­stand even a long pho­to shoot against the back­drop of a snow-cov­ered city or a medieval cas­tle.
  2. If you opt­ed for the tra­di­tion­al ver­sion of the dress with a fluffy skirt, you will have to look at the short fit­ted options for fur coats or fur stoles. The main accent of such an out­fit is a visu­al­ly nar­rowed waist, and it can­not be lubri­cat­ed.
  3. When choos­ing a dress with a mod­er­ate­ly fluffy sin­gle-tiered skirt, you can try fur coats or coats that are long to mid-thigh. If the top dress fits smooth­ly over the dress and does not bulge, then you will get an ele­gant roy­al look. True, such a pair will not suit short girls, as it will visu­al­ly make their fig­ure even more squat.
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Impor­tant point

A wed­ding coat or a volu­mi­nous cape will require you to make a small sac­ri­fice in the form of a mod­est hair­style. If you have long hair, you will have to pick it up as much as pos­si­ble, since when inter­act­ing with nat­ur­al and espe­cial­ly arti­fi­cial pile, loose hair tends to become elec­tri­fied and get out of the desired shape.