lace bolero

Strapless and sleeveless wedding dresses are the most popular choices for both modern and classic brides. But it seems that more and more women prefer to cover their shoulders and arms with a beautiful wrap that can add even more uniqueness and elegance to their bridal look. We are very excited to see that wedding wraps are all the rage right now among contemporary brides. The strapless style can be indeed too boring for a sophisticated bride who wants her wedding gown to look lavish and unique. The strapless style is so popular and overused that even the most beautiful woman can look like a regular bride in it.

So, to escape the uniform standard look we suggest you add an elegant wrap. And this wrap can be a fancy bolero, a sleek shrug, a flowy shawl or an elegant jacket or coat. No matter what you choose to cover your dress with, you can be sure your look is going to be outstanding. It’s easier to differentiate your look among other classic brides by wearing an accessory of this kind on top of your dress. Besides the fact that this wrap will add more to your original bridal look, it will also keep your warm and cozy during the evening.

Bridal Dresses With Covers (Source: weddingx.net)

Bridal Dresses With Covers (Source: weddingx.net)

Brides who are planning a cold season wedding should also take into consideration bring a warp with them to cover their arms and shoulders during the ceremony. But even those who are getting married in the morning or in the evening should opt for this style, just in case the weather gets chillier than they are dressed for. It’s hip to wear a matching bolero with a wedding dress these days. We’ve seen this type of wear even among mothers, bridesmaids and wedding guests. The bolero or the warp should be made of the same fabric of the wedding gown. Otherwise the discrepancy would be just too big. If you can’t seem to find anything to match your dress in the same store, look for something similar in another store or online.

Bridal Dresses With Covers (Source: weddingx.net)

Bridal Dresses With Covers (Source: weddingx.net)

Make sure you examine carefully the texture and color of your dress when making the selection of your wrap. We think that brides who dislike the sleeved designs but don’t want the strapless style either will find this alternative more adequate. It’s trendier to adorn your shoulders and arms with a short bolero than to wear a long sleeved wedding gown that can make you look just too conservative. Lace boleros look amazingly modern and feminine, but the ones made of tulle, illusion and crochet as well. The wrap can feature long, ¾ or short sleeves. Take a look at these gorgeous pictures to get inspired for your own wear.

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