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Deciding on The Veil Headpiece
Veils come in many styles and are usually chosen to accent particular facial features and or beautiful hairstyles. Veils and headpieces range from combs, bands, hats or tiaras. The style, in which you will wear your hair on the day of the wedding, will help you in determining the type of headpiece or veil to consider.
Wedding Gown Sleeve Style Guide Sleeves are an important part of the overall look you are trying to achieve when shopping for a wedding gown; they range in style from long to short. Many different styles are also available, some puffy, some slim fitting. The one right for you will depend on the time of year your wedding is scheduled for and the style of your gown.

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Wedding Gown Sleeve Style Guide

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Sleeves are an important part of the overall look you are trying to achieve when shopping for a wedding gown; they range in style from long to short. Many different styles are also available, some puffy, some slim fitting. The one right for you will depend on the time of year your wedding is scheduled for and the style of your gown.

When shopping for wedding gowns you will find that there are several styles available, the one you choose will most likely be the one that interests you most visually, comfortably and the one that will be the most practical for the occasion.

Here is a list of some sleeve styles to remember when shopping for a gown.

  • Leg-of-mutton-
    This sleeve is long; it goes from a full puff at the shoulder to a fitted forearm that extends to a point on the hand.
     
  • Fitted-
    The fitted sleeve comes long or short. It has no fullness and is fitted to the natural contour of the arm.
     
  • Full Juliette-
    This sleeve is long and puffed slightly at the shoulder it tapers downward to the hand. The sleeve may end with a cuff or a point.
     
  • Gauntlet-
    The gauntlet is worn instead of gloves; it covers the wrist and forearm, it is not attached and can be removed.

There aren’t a whole lot of names to remember in this area, however, the styles do vary quit a bit between each. The one most practical for the season will most likely be the one chosen for your wedding gown. Remember, if you are having your gown custom made consider whether the sleeves you are interested in, will flow nicely with the gown. Some styles are best suited on certain dresses. If your dress maker is qualified in this area, she may be able to assist you with your overall wedding gown appearance, in style and formality.

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