January 5, 2018 2018 Collection — Veil Pairing
To wear or not to wear a veil — that is the question. Much more than just symbolic, veils can be fun and modern, and even help you express your dream bridal aesthetic. Our Head Stylist, Alix, makes the choice easy with her picks paired with our 2018 collection.
If you have already chosen a dress like the Samantha, why stop the romantic train that you’re on? This veil can be worn over the face for those extra-traditional vibes, or you can have both layers hanging at the back. The Two Tiered Veil in the burnt sienna colour is the perfect accompaniment for this soft gold wedding gown.
Let’s be honest, the Julie dress is a dress that you can just slip into on your wedding day and be good to go. However, just because the Julie holds her own, doesn’t mean there isn’t veil that can’t help finish the look. The Classic Veil in the fingertip length is just that. The unfinished edge doesn’t take away from the large floral lace and the length of the veil finishes just before the waterfall skirt begins.
The Britt is our modern take on the classic sweetheart dress. This dress features a twirl-friendly macadamia tulle skirt and a no-fuss creamy French lace. The Grosgrain Cathedral Veil just so happens to be the the thinner version of the grosgrain ribbon tied around the waist of the Britt because sometimes it’s nice to be a little matchy-matchy.
In our opinion the Mary dress is the perfect combination of modern romance. The Spanish beaded lace cap sleeves and our longest train to date are pretty much as romantic and timeless as you get. While the epic, open back and clean lines of the bodice keeps this dress fresh and modern. When thinking about these words, the Rivington Veil comes to mind. The bold, but soft embroidered flowers along the edge of the veil make for a beautiful statement. Our favorite parts about this veil is that trim doesn’t start until after the face, which creates a beautiful frame for your beautiful face.
It’s no secret that the Andrianna makes a dreamy statement. The skirt is light and voluminous — a wedding photographer’s dream. Not taking away from everything that is the Andrianna, we paired the Classic Veil to match the edgeless finish of the tulle. This time in the cathedral length, obviously, since the skirt measures 80” waist to floor. When sitting you won’t be able to tell where the veil ends and the skirt begins.
The Rebecca was designed to make you feel as good as you look. The satin cross straps are unbelievably comfortable, but you haven’t sacrificed any style to feel as good as you do. The Rebecca dress can truly work for any style of wedding. Imagine a rocky beach in Ireland or something smaller in a backyard garden. Since the Rebecca works for any occasion, why not go for something with a little colour? We’ve chosen the Grosgrain Handkerchief Veil in smoke. The smoke grey might just be the perfect colour for your bridesmaids too!
The Alix dress is the boho embroidered dress perfect for a coastal elopement. In keeping with the boho fantasy vibe, the fuss-free nature of the Mantilla Veil creates a perfect match. The delicate medallion lace trim doesn’t compete with this all-over lace dress.
“Dang” is usually what we hear when a bride tries on the Kim dress for the first time. Kim was designed for a jaw-dropping first look with details like a delicate deep v, and you-know-you-want-it leg slit. For the Kim we took a understated approach for the veil, because we know you won’t have any trouble being noticed. The Grosgrain Fingertip Veil in fingertip length will tie the whole look together, and keep things fresh and easy.
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