Wedding dresses with a closed top

Since ancient times, a woman could charm a man with just one look. And if an ankle or shoul­der acci­den­tal­ly peeked out from under a long hem and lace fab­rics, then the man sim­ply went crazy with temp­ta­tion. And now in the world of fash­ion, full of frank mini and vul­gar deep neck­lines, wed­ding dress­es with a closed top will be espe­cial­ly rel­e­vant. Such an out­fit will per­fect­ly empha­size the ele­gance and seduc­tive­ness of the cho­sen one, mak­ing her a mys­tery that you want to unrav­el.

Styles of closed dresses

First of all, it should be not­ed that close­ness can be reflect­ed in the style of the out­fit, the length of the sleeve and in the form of a neck­line. Depend­ing on this, the fol­low­ing mod­els of mod­est closed dress­es can be dis­tin­guished:

  1. Wed­ding dress­es with a closed back. To dec­o­rate the back of the dress, design­ers use light trans­par­ent fab­rics and decor from orig­i­nal embroi­dery. This option is suit­able for those who want to bet on ele­gance and empha­size their charm.
  2. Closed wed­ding dress with lace. A translu­cent fab­ric with pat­terns is ide­al for those who want to hide fig­ure flaws and empha­size their grace­ful curves. A dress with lace sleeves is suit­able for an autumn cel­e­bra­tion, and a lace top lay­er will add some charm to the image.
  3. Wed­ding dress with closed hands. Here the sleeve can be long and short­ened, flared down or in the form of a ball. Closed wed­ding dress­es with sleeves in com­bi­na­tion with snow-white gloves give the image of aris­toc­ra­cy and spe­cial mag­net­ism.
  4. Dress with­out neck­line. Many brides often over­do it with a neck­line, result­ing in an image that is too vul­gar. In order to avoid such mis­takes and focus not on las­civ­i­ous sex­u­al­i­ty, but on nat­ur­al beau­ty, it is bet­ter to choose closed lace wed­ding dress­es 2014 with­out a neck­line.
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