From ceremony to reception, transform your wedding dress with an overskirt, veil or cape.
by Suzanne Wales
Looking your utmost radiant and feeling your best throughout your entire wedding day is a lot to ask from one dress. And what has impact when you make your grand entrance may not feel so comfortable for the first dance. Here’s where clever accessories step in; add-ons that give weight, volume and even warmth when needed.
A Wedding Dress With An Overskirt Gives An Extra Layer Of Volume
A wedding dress with an overskirt, whether in soft tulle or glossy satin, adds extra volume to fitted and mermaid-style dresses – creating the type of contemporary ballroom silhouette that is hot off the catwalk. An overskirt gives you the extra oomph and red carpet drama you want at the ceremony. Once you are at the reception, it can be detached, giving you the freedom to show off your graceful dance moves and feminine curves.
Two For One − The Detachable Train
The same voluminous effect you see in an overskirt can be achieved with a detachable wedding train. Clipped onto the lower back, it’s a beautiful addition that enhances your dérrieré, accentuates the waistline and wraps the lower body in a cloud of loveliness. The detachable train is perfect for brides who aren’t comfortable with traditional wedding veils, and prefer to keep their hair and face uncovered.
Grace Your Shoulders With A Cape
A wedding cape is fashion-forward way to convert your wedding dress. Fluid and full of movement, they add an haute couture accent to your convertible wedding dress, and can be adapted to other special occasions when the big day is over. Choose from our divine edit of wedding capes; with puffed Juliette sleeves and rich embroidery, or simple styles attached at the neck with a chic clasp.