Monday, August 18, 2014

Fashion: Veil Call

When It Comes To Headpieces, Bel Aire Bridal Has It All!

By: Patricia Canole 

The history of the wedding veil may date back to ancient Rome, but judging by the current wealth of designs on the runway, this sweeping accent is very much of the moment.

For 30 years, Bel Aire Bridal — one of the foremost headpiece and wedding veil manufacturers — has been creating a full-range of designs from short and sweet to fully formal. The award-winning team strives to fulfill every bride’s dream by offering quality, service and innovative concepts. Capturing the imagination are bridal veils that are ribbon edged, delicately beaded or embroidered masterpieces. Completing the picture are glittering headbands, romantic combs, and sparkling hair sticks. The California-based manufacturer also offers a diverse selection of bridal belts and jewelry.

Keep these fashion tips in mind….

Common Lengths: Bel Aire Bridal offers wedding veils in every length and style. A face veil is a short single layer, usually of netting, while elbow-length veils are about 2 feet long. A fingertip length, one of the more popular styles, particularly with ball gowns, extends (as the name implies) to your fingers. Longer and more formal options include the chapel veil, approximately 2 ½ yards in length and the 3 ½ yard-long cathedral; both are frequently paired with wedding gowns that have trains

Accessorize: Hair accessories can work with long or short hair whether worn up or down. Bel Aire's bridal headbands and bejeweled hairpins are constants along with floral designs that have become just as popular.

Trending: There are no limits to the creativity that goes into designing a bridal veil. Bel Aire Bridal creates veils textured with Swiss dots, crystal embellishments, and even monogrammed. Look for rhinestone floral accents for the hair.

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