[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Nothing completes a bride more than the veil. The veil is what makes a bride look like a bride!
There are many veil options to choose from. The most popular veil length is fingertip, followed closely by chapel. Obviously, fingertip ends around the fingertip level, or about 20cm below the hips. This length universally flatters all brides and all gowns.
Though fingertip is a hit, many brides also love the romantic look created by a longer veil, such as chapel or cathedral length. Chapel length veils trail a little behind the train, while cathedral length veils are longer than the train. They both create a real princess look. A long veil flatters A-line and slim-fitting gowns since it creates a dreamy look around the bride.
Veils are very versatile and can be styled differently through the type of tulle and range of accessories to compliment both the bride and her dress.
It doesn’t matter what look or vibe you’re going for – we’ll always have a perfect veil for you![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”15803″ img_size=”full”][vc_column_text]
Carolyn Mantilla Veil by Wedding Veils Australia
[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Many brides love the romantic look created by a longer veil, such as chapel or cathedral length. Chapel length veils trail a little behind the train, while cathedral length veils are even longer; they both create a real princess look. A long veil flatters A-line and slim-fitting gowns, as it creates a dreamy look around the bride, as she is enveloped in tulle.
Popular embellishments for veils include Swarovski crystals, diamontes and pearls. These striking veil accents add interest as well as beauty to veils. There are also many veil edgings to choose from, to finish the edge of the veil.
The mantilla veil, also known as the Spanish Mantilla, is a lace edged veil with either no gathers or subtle gathers at the top. It is a different type of veil and is attached to the hair with hairpins or a hidden comb. This veil style has lace around all edges and is normally cut into an oval shape. It is a more dramatic veil style and is most suitable with a dress which is fairly simple or uncluttered. For example, a dress made in silk or taffeta which has few embellishments looks stunning with a mantilla veil as the veil adds interest and drama. A favoured look is a chapel length mantilla veil worn with a silk gown, with the lace edging on the veil covering the train of the dress.
Mantilla veils look great with dresses which have some lace on them as well. The key here is to match the laces, so that the lace on the veil is the same or very similar to the lace on the dress, as a contrasting lace could create a clash. However if the laces match, then a mantilla veil worn with a lace gown can create a very romantic look.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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