There is something about weddings that have us ooh-ing and aah-ing long after the couple has tied the knot. This year’s summer weddings will be no different.Today post is dedicated to a wedding dress accessory you are sure to love.
Finding the perfect wedding gown is a major task. Completing the look with the right accessories can prove to be even more daunting. For some brides a classic look just won’t do. If your venue (possibly a house of worship that requires you to cover your shoulders) calls for more of a traditional look but your taste level is a bit edgier, today’s accessory will bring you to a happy medium. If you’re looking for the perfect adornment to conceal your shoulders and chest during the ceremony while breathing comfortably, a yoke can be the perfect choice for you!
What exactly are yokes, you ask? Sheer meshed gathered together to create a vintage-inspired modest look. In some cases the bodice is sewn to the dress and in other cases they are removable, so that you have the ability to take it off it in the most informal moments.
The model Salina from the 2015 Rosa Clara collection is an embroidered lace and tulle ball gown with organza accents. This sweetheart neckline model is given new drama with a minimally accented embroidered sheer yoke.
The yoke can be removed post ceremony for a reception ready look, as pictured above. Which do you prefer?
The model Samy from the 2015 Rosa Clara collection is an embroidered lace and tulle ball gown. This delicately embroidered yoke is sewn to the dress. Perfect for brides who want the traditional look to carry through their reception.
It is a beautiful model with and without the yoke.
Walk down the aisle in a look that is all about easy elegance. The model Scott from the 2015 Rosa Clara collection is made of cheesecloth silk brocade and jewels. The gently embroidered yoke is crafted with the same beadwork as the dress. It is beautiful!
The yoke drastically changes the look of this model! Which do you prefer?