Post # 1
Here’s my dress; some of you may have seen it:
I have no idea what sort of veil will add to this dress without conflicting with it or distracting from it. (What sort of embellishment, and what length)
I may get the jacket altered a bit, but it will still be a jacket with some sort of a sleeve. Train is cathedral.
*** If you know of the perfect veil, I would very much appreciate pics!
Post # 3
That is gorgeous!! Sorry, no idea on veil, but WHAT a dress.
Post # 4
Thanks! I thought about just not wearing one, but I don’t know if I would still feel like a bride.
Post # 5
Cathedral length veil for sure! And you have to find something very sheer so that you dont cover tge beautiful back. Have you checked if the designer makes a veil for it? When I bought my dress, I just bought a veil I liked but I didn’t feel comfortable with it after looking at some pics. I went back to try on different veils and they had just gotten in the one that was made for the dress I purchased. It had the same lace…maybe you can ask?
Post # 6
@EffieTrinket: that dress demands a regal veil!!! Reminds me of Princess Diana’s look. Check to see what veil she wore!
Post # 7
Holy dress, that is awesome! Even my husband was like “wow, so gorgeous”, when I showed him : ) I think cathedral, but sheer with some sort of lacey edge to complement the dress. You have superb fashion sense!
Post # 8
I think this dress screams SIMPLE CATHEDRAL VEIL. It’s beautiful, so regal.
Post # 9
That dress is all kinds of spectacular. I think you have a few options really depending on how formal your venue is and the look you want. You could do an elbow or fingertip-length drop veil, like Grace Kelly, or a more dramatic cathedral-length veil.
Post # 10
That dress is just screaming cathedral veil to me. It needs a veil that looks as elegant and regal as it is. Also, because the dress looks so heavy I think you should go for a lighter, gossamer material for the veil. Perhaps in a softer off white to match the lace color?