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Modern fashion tells us that wedding veil is no longer a necessity and natural flowers in hair or just a festive hairstyle can replace it.
Nevertheless most brides still prefer to stick to traditions and aim at doing everything “the way it is supposed to be”. So let’s keep in mind that in the times when our grandparents were getting married the veil was supposed to keep evil spirits away and symbolized wife’s obedience and subjection to the husband. And the longer it was the more devoted wife the bride would make.
How to choose a veil? Should it be short or long, simple or embroidered? We believe that you will find the pieces of our advice useful and they will help you to decide on this important part of your image.
· A veil should match the wedding dress.
It would be better to try them on together. If the dress has flowers and embroidery on it the veil should be simple otherwise you may be lost in the amount of lace. And the other way round – a more festive veil decorated with flowers and lace will go perfectly together with a plane dress.
· How to decide on the length?
The most popular length is the one that reaches your fingertips when you have your hands down. This will go with any kind of dress except the one that leaves your ankles open. The veil that only reaches the shoulders will suit short dresses.
But be careful with the length that goes only up to the elbows – it can overshadow the bride’s waist.
· Fabric.
Nowadays veils are most commonly made from fatin as it keeps the shape up to the end of the evening. It has recently become popular to have a silk veil.
Being smooth and soft, silk looks festively and gently. It can be thin or heavy, which depends on the threads that make the fabric.
· If you want to have a unique image we suggest you use a veil made from thin fabric lace.
The tendency dates back to the beginning of the 20th century when it was very popular in the movies to cover the face. Such veils do not require any particular hairstyle and will suit every bride.
Moreover the veil of this style is never longer than your nose so there will be no obstacles for kissing. But whatever veil model you choose we hope that our simple tips will help you to make up your mind and to look perfectly on the happiest day of your life.