Post # 1
Wedding in 26 days and I have seemed to have forgotten all about the veil! EEK!
What type of veil do you think I should wear with this dress? A catherdral length veil or a mid-length veil???
Post # 3
I think a mid-length veil would look best. I love the train on your dress!
Post # 4
Normally, I’d pick a cathedral length veil because I love how dramatic it looks, but in your case, I think a mid-length veil will be better because your train is gorgeous and no way I’d cover it up. 🙂
Post # 5
I think the train of your dress is gorgeous and you shouldnt cover it up!! also I think your dress has a more modern feel…so a mid-length would look better.
Post # 6
Mid length all the way. You don’t want to hide the bottom/train of that dress – it’s gorgeous!
Post # 7
It’s unanimous – do not cover your train with a veil! That would be such a waste! I actually like a short, simple veil with this dress, since it has so many layers of fabric. I ordered mine from etsy, by the way, for just $24!
Post # 8
I agree! That train is GORGEOUS! It’d be a tragedy to cover it up!
Post # 9
Mid length! The back is too fab to cover!!
Post # 11
Mid-length as I think a longer one would hide the ruffles of the dress
Post # 12
Don’t get anything that covers that fabulous train!
Post # 13
Cathedral! A simple cathedral-length veil (rolled edge, no bling or lace!) will allow your train to shine because it won’t create a line on your dress where there isn’t one . . . your guests will be able to see through your veil to your train. A shorter veil creates an abrupt line – and an abrupt visual *stop* sign* – that segments your dress in two. And, imo, a shorter veil does not seem to fit the formality level of your dress.