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.
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:
- Free from the chest (in the Greek style).
- Fitted around the waist, hips and slightly flared at the bottom.
- With a clearly defined waistline and a skirt consisting of several elements.
- With a straight skirt in a wide pleat.
- With a train.
Each of these options is full of tenderness and femininity, so the choice is only for the bride.