Wedding dresses with sleeves

The fash­ion for wed­ding dress­es with sleeves today cap­tures the hearts of brides prepar­ing for the cel­e­bra­tion more and more. This exquis­ite style is espe­cial­ly rel­e­vant in the autumn-win­ter peri­od.

Wedding dress with sleeves in various styles and shapes

Today, wed­ding dress­es 2014 with sleeves, invent­ed by design­ers around the world, are a real exam­ple of taste and style. Var­i­ous mod­els dif­fer in:

  • length;
  • skirt style;
  • com­bi­na­tion of fab­rics;
  • decor.

The restraint and even to some extent the sever­i­ty of the sil­hou­ette attracts brides, who in such a dress look espe­cial­ly ten­der and roman­tic. For those who want to add some play­ful­ness and coquetry to their image, a short wed­ding dress with sleeves made of exquis­ite lace will do. How­ev­er, lace is far from the only pos­si­ble fab­ric option for sleeves. Satin, mesh and even vel­vet may well be one of the pos­si­ble tex­tures.

The ele­gance of an Eng­lish lady of the 60s is clear­ly seen in closed wed­ding dress­es with sleeves. This mod­el becomes the choice of brides who pre­fer that the out­fit only empha­sizes their nat­ur­al beau­ty. A hair­style with hair raised up, dec­o­rat­ed with an orchid flower, lacon­ic jew­el­ry and a del­i­cate bou­quet of snow-white ros­es will be the fin­ish­ing touch­es in the image of a beau­ty.

A straight wed­ding dress with sleeves is anoth­er exam­ple of ele­gance. At the same time, unlike the pre­vi­ous style, it can have an oval or tri­an­gu­lar neck­line, a bow belt that empha­sizes the waist. This option is suit­able for both slen­der girls and brides with fem­i­nine forms, because it will not visu­al­ly increase the sil­hou­ette due to the sim­plic­i­ty of its cut.

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Wedding hairstyles for long hair - the most fashionable and beautiful styling for the bride

That is why, some­times, young ladies still opt for straight wed­ding dress­es with sleeves, hav­ing tried on dozens of lush ones before. Indeed, in choos­ing the main out­fit for one of the most mem­o­rable days in life, there are no bound­aries, laws and con­ven­tions, styles and fash­ion, because the main thing for a bride who has tried on a dress is to feel exact­ly — this is exact­ly what you need.

Winter wedding dress with sleeves

It is quite under­stand­able why with the onset of cold weath­er the rel­e­vance of win­ter wed­ding dress­es with sleeves breaks all records. After all, for those who mar­ry in win­ter and want to make a pho­to ses­sion against the back­drop of snow-white snow, it is impor­tant to choose not only beau­ti­ful, but also at least a lit­tle suit­able for win­ter out­fits. Of course, the groom in this mat­ter is much eas­i­er, but the bride will have to take care of the search. For­tu­nate­ly, today the choice is huge and there­fore diverse.

Girls who have dreamed of feel­ing like Cin­derel­la since child­hood will sure­ly suit beau­ti­ful puffy wed­ding dress­es with sleeves, which in no way get tired of sim­i­lar sum­mer mod­els in their beau­ty. After all, the design­ers have made sure that, regard­less of the weath­er, any style of dress exists in the options cor­re­spond­ing to a par­tic­u­lar sea­son.

So, even a Greek wed­ding dress with sleeves, which tra­di­tion­al­ly has a sleeve­less style, will look no less har­mo­nious in such a detailed ver­sion.

Slen­der brides with an impec­ca­ble fig­ure should choose a mer­maid wed­ding dress with sleeves. It effec­tive­ly empha­sizes the waist­line, and tight sleeves will be the final ele­ment.

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White chiffon dress

For full young ladies or expec­tant moth­ers, an empire-style wed­ding dress with sleeves will be per­haps the best option. First­ly, the pres­ence of sleeves will not allow the bride to freeze and, if nec­es­sary, will hide the full­ness of her arms. Sec­ond­ly, this high-waist­ed style will hide cer­tain nuances, and if the girl is in posi­tion, she will feel as com­fort­able as pos­si­ble.