So you’ve found your dress and have taken care of most of the external necessities that will ensure that your big day is a success! What’s next? This post will help you with just that!
Once you’ve found your dress, we recommend you wait a few months before you begin your quest in pursuit of the perfect accessories to complete your look. Your wedding theme has a tremendous influence on your appearance. For example, a bride who’s wedding has a boho-chic theme should have a bohemian style to her look.
Your venue also has an effect on your appearance. If the festivities are taking place outdoors, you should consider wearing a jacket (it will not only keep you warm when the sunsets but it also allows you to have two different looks when you transition from ceremony to reception). The hardest part about an outdoor wedding is deciding which shoes to wear. Wedges? Flats? And thanks to heel protectors, you can still wear stilettos without an unfortunate tripping/dress-over-head scenarios.
In today’s post we’re featuring a selection of jackets, tops and veils. So when you return to one of our stores to choose your accessories many of you will have an idea of what you’re looking for! Do not worry at all if you’re on of the many indecisive brides-our advisers will help you to choose the look that best suits your personality. You’ll see!
This lace top is one of our best sellers. It’s elegant and allows the dress’s personality to peak through. You’ll have a hard time taking it off once you try it on.
If you don’t want to wear a strapless dress for your church wedding, this bolero can also be a good choice.
The details on the 3/4 sleeves of this bolero are very original.
This is another option, if you don’t want to bare skin during a church ceremony. After the ceremony, voila!
Another type of jacket is a short sleeved bolero made of mikado with maxi buttons.
Ideal for cool-weather weddings!
You can combine the jacket with strapless dresses like the Sibila model from the 2015 Rosa Clara collection.
You can also combine it with dresses with bateau necklines. Looks nice when you have a uniformed look with the dress under the jacket.
This type of jacket flatters dresses that are cinched at the waistline. It’s a great way to highlight your figure.
Top made of tulle and halter neck. Great idea for those who want to subtly cover the neckline in an original way.
This style is a complete complement to mermaid dresses. Don’t you agree?
Moving on to the veils. The ideal veil depends largely on the style of gown you choose as well as your face shape and personality. This particular one, made of tulle and lace, is spectacular when combined with a variety of Rosa Clara dresses. It can be worn different ways, and pulls everything together to make you the perfect briden on your wedding day.
This jacket is beautiful over this lace accented dress. Can you imagine this dress with the last veil?
This veil is a luffing tulle assembled model for those who want to give prominence to their veil. The look changes completely with a nice veil! Wedding veils are making a comeback in a big way and we doubt any of our brides will be rejecting this style shaper.
And finally, the spectacular voluminous tulle veil. You dare with this veil?It’s perfect for the fashion forward and daring bride!
You can combine it with spectacular and original dresses like Sandrine model (if you don’t want to wear train). It will look great with the Seoul model from the new collection.
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