Lace evening dresses go all the way back to Victorian times though touches of lace were often added to evening dresses before then. It's the tiny details in the lace that make the fabric so attractive. It's hard to match the elegance and femininity of lace, especially when worn by a bride. Whether you choose a classical, vintage style or a modern style, you'll find that lace has a timeless fashion that will thrill you when you look at your wedding photographs many years from now. Picture yourself walking slowly up the aisle, your veil delicately fastened to your carefully styled hair, your train flowing gently behind you as you seem to float along in your lace wedding dress. Lace makes any bride look radiant, it adds beauty and the serenity that comes with beauty, and you will look like a princess in your lace wedding dress.
Your entrance should have the effect of stunning the guests into silence or hushed whispers of admiration, so enter slowly. Pause for a deep breath outside if you feel the need. Your accompany with the aisle, perhaps your father, should wear dark clothes to enhance the contrast with your lace wedding dress. Some modern lace is stiff and scratchy. Older lace, or new lace made of natural materials is soft and flexible. It moves with you.
If the holes in the lace are very big, be careful not to move too quickly or you'll tear the dress. This is more common in vintage evening dresses. Vintage lace dresses were made before nylon was invented, so they are softer but can be more fragile than the modern ones. Be wary of lace at the seams inside a modern dress, as these can chafe if made of nylon or other stiff fabric.Not every bride can find, or wants, a truly vintage dress but vintage-style evening dresses are also popular. Vintage dresses may be made from man-made fiber or old-fashioned lace made from natural materials.
The more lace in the wedding dress, the grander and more opulent it looks. Even the plainest of dresses can be transformed with lace. Lace can be added to any part of the dress. The lace may be cover the whole dress, or just be on the bodice or the skirt. It might be that you prefer to have lace just on the sleeves or at the throat. No matter which you choose, it's certain to look charming.
4 Yaers Ago, Friday, December 26, 2014, 03:47:08