The wed­ding ac­ces­sory of the sea­son, worn six ways.

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“Most girls are sur­prised that they end up lov­ing the look of a veil,” says An­drea Anas­ta­siou, owner of White, Toronto and Mon­treal. “Ini­tially many women feel this ac­ces­sory is too tra­di­tional, but the mo­ment you put a veil on their head the at­ti­tude com­pletely changes. It makes them truly feel like a bride!” Not only does a veil look in­cred­i­bly dreamy and fem­i­nine, says Anas­ta­siou, but it also makes your skin look amaz­ing. When shot through a veil, light is dif­fused and skin has an in­cred­i­ble glow. The num­ber-one fac­tor that will in­flu­ence the style of veil you choose is your dress, of course. Avail­able in a va­ri­ety of lengths, fab­rics, colours and de­signs, you need to find the one that per­fectly suits your style. Longer dra­matic lengths tend to work best with slim­mer sil­hou­ettes while short blusher veils look amaz­ing with vo­lu­mi­nous gowns.



See more hot bridal fash­ion trends for 2015 at wed­ding­


1. A sheer, sim­ple veil seen at March­esa Spring 2016. 2. A cathe­dral-length veil is a pretty state­ment ac­ces­sory. 3. Rosettes topped this lace blusher veil seen at Os­car de la Renta Spring 2016. 4. A tulle skullcap looks sexy and mod­ern at Pronovias Spring 2016. 5. For a short, chic head­piece, a tulle pouf is the per­fect choice. 6. A vo­lu­mi­nous gown has ex­tra drama when topped with a full-length veil.




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