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We enter in the wonderful world of veils to find out, finally, there are many types of veil, its main characteristics and differences between them.
There are many fabrics that can become a veil: the whipped cream, the lace, chiffon, organza, tulle, nylon, each in its different textures and thicknesses. And many are the ornaments that can lead: lace, embroidery, rhinestones, beads, pearls, lace … Or even can be tinted in soft colors like pale pink, pastel blue or green mint.
They may be a layer, which as its name suggests, is one that consists of a single layer of fabric that falls from the back of the bride; or two or more, in this case, one usually shorter will slide down the face of the bride and the other or others will fall back from it.
However, regardless of all its possibilities, the veils are classified into different categories according to their length.
Russian, French or cage
For most modern brides. A veil vintage-style headdress made of tulle netting. Of one or more layers, it comes on top of the head and falls asymmetrically covering his face only the eyes.
Flirtatious!!. A veil of tulle with a lot of volume that covers the head of the bride both front and back coming to shoulder height, just below the chin.
Easy. The veil single layer, falls back to the level of the shoulder blades.
A variant of short but composed of several layers of tulle veil. For the more daring brides who want attention.
Medium size veils
Source or layer
Very traditional and wavy effect. Subject on top, falls in front and behind, being shorter in the front than in the back. In the fall, the curtain opens sideways to face up to the waist.
Informal and simple. This veil, which may be one or two layers, usually collected from the bride and reach the elbows or waist.
Up to fingers or fingertip
Very similar to the elbow but reaches up to mid-thigh, just where are the fingers with arms at rest.
Purely Spanish essence. The veil, mantilla, held in lace and lace, fastened at the top of the head, usually with a comb, and falls on the shoulders framing the face of the bride to the elbow.
Vals or waltz
A very formal veil, made in a single layer with a length almost to the ankle, past the knees. His name is due to its convenience to waltz.
One of the more formal veils. If two layers, the first layer will cover the face of the bride and the back layer only cherish the soil exceeding 10 cm dress length. In case of a layer, the veil lose the front layer.
One of the most elegant and used. As the chapel, you can consist of one or two layers. The difference in this case is that this veil extends to the ground surpassing the tail dress up to at least two and a half meters overall length.
Not all experts give a separate category this veil that dispute with the cathedral veil the property of being the veil of royal weddings. Much longer than the cathedral, the length of three meters to g