Wedding dress with lace sleeves

One of the lat­est wed­ding trends is the lace sleeve dress. A beau­ti­ful open­work fab­ric, regard­less of the pat­tern and its quan­ti­ty, gives the bride’s dress ten­der­ness and silk­i­ness.

Wedding dresses with short sleeves

A great sum­mer option is a wed­ding dress with open­work short sleeves. In this case, lace can dec­o­rate not only the hands of the bride, but also the shoul­ders, as well as the back and décol­leté. The translu­cen­cy of the fab­ric will not destroy the mod­est and inno­cent image of the bride at all, but on the con­trary will give it attrac­tive­ness and fem­i­nin­i­ty.

A wed­ding dress with short sleeves made of lace should be fit­ted and flared to the bot­tom. The loop in this case will be more than appro­pri­ate. Too fluffy skirt will not ben­e­fit the dress, it will divert atten­tion with its light­ness from the ten­der­ness and charm of lace.

Straight wedding dress

Despite the tra­di­tions, many mod­ern brides choose straight wed­ding dress­es with lace. And they do not lose any­thing, but rather cre­ate a fash­ion­able, ele­gant image.

A straight dress can be short — knee-length or floor-length. Both options are absolute­ly dis­gust­ing for a wed­ding attire. But it is also worth con­sid­er­ing that if you go too far with lace or clas­sics, then the dress will not cor­re­spond to mod­ern fash­ion, but will resem­ble the wed­ding dress­es of our grand­moth­ers and great-grand­moth­ers.

A short wed­ding dress may have elbow-length guipure sleeves. A con­vex pat­tern will add ele­gance to the out­fit, while a non-stan­dard dress length will not seem so extrav­a­gant. Also, the open­ness of the legs can be com­pen­sat­ed by closed shoul­ders and a very mod­est neck­line on the chest. The translu­cen­cy of the lace fab­ric will not allow exces­sive restraint and will pro­tect the image from frank­ness that is not need­ed in a wed­ding dress.

See also
Riddles for the wedding

A straight floor-length wed­ding dress with lace sleeves also has the right to life, more­over, it is con­sid­ered one of the most sophis­ti­cat­ed and sophis­ti­cat­ed mod­els. Since it demon­strates the most har­mo­nious com­bi­na­tion of restraint and temp­ta­tion.

A straight dress can have sev­er­al options:

  1. Free from the chest (in the Greek style).
  2. Fit­ted around the waist, hips and slight­ly flared at the bot­tom.
  3. With a clear­ly defined waist­line and a skirt con­sist­ing of sev­er­al ele­ments.
  4. With a straight skirt in a wide pleat.
  5. With a train.

Each of these options is full of ten­der­ness and fem­i­nin­i­ty, so the choice is only for the bride.