Sorry girls the Victorian era of wedding fashion is over. Look below for inspiration on how to be a stylish bride in the 21st century.
From very short veils with minimal embroidery to romantic bohemian veils with overflowing flower embroidery, we have selected the best of the best from Haute Couture designers.
Chanel head pieces are the best for brides who want short veils for the crisp style and added comfort. Add some flowers for more romance and drama, or add some minimal accessories for a editorial fashion look.
If you dress is an extravagant and over the top, you should use a veil that is small and contrasts well with the dress.
Cover the eyes only. This will give you the freedom to have the hair style of your choice.
Perfect with Haute Couture dresses.
For a bit of mystique, cover the eyes with small flower leaves or embroidery.
Style the veil to make it look disorganized. The ”I don’t give a f…” look. Have the right attitude and you can get away with it.
If you really want the classic look or if you already have a veil, you should pin the veil much lower.
A simple classical veil can look much more stylish and modern pinned this way.
Flowers, birds, leave fragments.. The more the better.
Perfect for church weddings for the modern classic look
Or for forest themed weddings for a fairy tale look.
Style it with your bridal flowers.
This type of veil steals attention from your dress, so when you take it off it will look like a completely different outfit.
Religious accents and drama
If you already have a veil but want a more fashion look, put a crown underneath.
It will give an editorial feel to it and make it look both out of this world and fresh
If we haven’t changed your mind and you still want a classical veil, we recommend a short veil with a bottom embroidered with lace. This way it will drape better and will make much more of a statement.
For a modern look, use modern embroidery.
If you have a naked dress, you can use this to cover your chest and shoulders for the church ceremony, but only if you must.