Lovely Long Veils

Get ready for some beautiful inspiration friends, because today we’re talking veils. And not just veils. These are veils and a half: cathedral (or at least chapel) length, full-scale veily gorgeousness. There’s no messing around with these veils. They mean business. But let’s rewind a sec, because while this certainly isn’t a new thing, it’s definitely a trend. Back when I started this blog a few years ago, you couldn’t find a long veil for love nor money. It was all about the birdcage then. And then it was about flowers and braids and floral crowns. But slowly, I started to see these beautiful veils creeping into my peripheral vision. And each time they did, I would do a double take. Veils started making a comeback, especially dramatic full-length ones. Then Kate Moss did it, and it was officially a Thing. And here we are. And I have to tell you ladies, I LOVE this look. I mean, I still like other veil types, but this is hands down my current fave. Whether plain or patterned, cathedral length veils make a style statement, and the good news is (as you’ll see from my roundup of lovely below) that they go with a huge variety of dress types and wedding styles. So go on. Go long. You know you want to.

Image sources (top to bottom, left to right): 1- Virgil Bunao Fine Art Weddings via Style Me Pretty; 2- Emily Steffen Photography via Wisconsin Bride; 3- Sarah Tew Photography/Debra Moreland via Junebug Weddings; 4- Caroline Tran/SIBO Designs via Elizabeth Anne Designs; 5- Cheryl McEwan on SBB; 6- Clark Brewer via Snippet & Ink; 7- Caroline Tran/Amsale via Style Me Pretty; 8- Elizabeth Messina via Style Me Pretty; 9- KT Merry Photography/Beth Mosner via Wedding Chicks; 10- Agnes Hart via Love My Dress; 11- Tina Rowden via Grey Likes Weddings; 12- Jose Villa/Joy Thigpen via Once Wed; 13- KT Merry/Rivini via Style Me Pretty; 14- Charlene Schreuder on SBB; 15- Elisa B Photography; 16- Third Eye Photo; 17- Jennifer Morrow via Pinterest; 18- Elizabeth Messina via Real Simple; 19- Karen Cunningham via A Cup of Jo; 20- Lauren Kriedemann on SBB

 

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