Ideas We Love
Why stop at the gown? A bridal veil is all you need to complete your look.
This simple, timeless gossamer veil with embroidered floral motif creates an undeniably romantic and feminine look that anyone can pull off. Veil by: Rime Arodaky Polished but not stuffy, ooze old-fashion girlish charms in this satin headband and netted veil look from Lela Rose Bridal’s Spring 2018 collection. Pair it with gowns with classic lines and clean fabrics and complete your look with elbow length gloves. Veil by: Lela Rose And if you have a thing for bows and ribbons, this modern interpretation with its structured bow headband and netted veil from the same collection is equally as gorgeous. Veil by: Lela Rose The lightest touch can make a world of difference. From Elie Saab’s Ready-Wear Bridal Fall 2017, this bridal veil with individual floral appliques inspired by the Japanese cherry blossom is beauty in simplicity personified. You wouldn’t need to worry about going over the top with this one. Veil by: Elie Saab Shimmer and shine with this crystal embellished Elie Saab’s bridal veil from their Ready-Wear Bridal Fall 2017 as well. It sounds tacky in words but the overall effect is wholly illuminating in the classiest way - especially in contrast to the gossamer-thin hybrid material that allows the crystals to shine even more. Veil by: Elie Saab The signature Elie Saab’s look of femininity and grandeur is on display in this lace embroidered applique bridal veil from the their Ready-Wear Bridal Spring 2017 collection, with the veil artfully framing and flattering the face and hair. Veil by: Elie Saab A self-described romantic, Claire Pettibone is a girl after our own hearts who creates ethereal, bohemian and vintage inspired pieces with intricate sensibility. This bohemian veil in the Juliet cap style is wonderfully romantic, and will go perfectly well with soft, billowy lace wedding gowns. Veil by: Claire Pettibone One of our favourites, Naeem Khan’s multi-coloured embroided veil from his Spring/Summer 18 Bridal collection resonates the flower child in us all. The burst of colours is a refreshing change to the muted palettes of bridal fashion and trends. And why not? Veil by: Naeem Khan He continues on with this twist from bridal trends with this flapper-esque number with a hand embroidered metallic threadwork veil that won’t look out of place in a Game of Thrones episode. Veil by: Naeem Khan Reem Acra’s latest bridal collection that was shown during the recent New York Bridal Fashion Week is especially noted for its drama and flair. The designer wanted her show to be a “celebration of diamonds” in a “sexy, modern and very glamorous” way. Her use of black wedding gowns, heavy embellishments were all atypical, and this bridal veil with initials scrawled across the front is definitely a modern idea and unconventionally glamorous. For the less bashful types who love getting their name out there, this veil is perfect for you. Veil by: Reem Acra
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