Finding the perfect wedding dress can really make a bride feel very special on her wedding day. If you are seeking a gown with more coverage, you may think that your options will be limited. Happily, there are many types in long sleeves which can be considered while you decide to choose a sleeved wedding dresses.
The most trendy fashion in wedding dresses with long sleeves is the Juliet sleeve. This sleeve is puffed at the shoulders till 6 inches below the shoulder and becomes tight fitted till the wrist. This fashion fits well with frilly bridal dresses, but has to be avoided by those with fuller arms, while it can make you look fat. Slender brides can safely pick this type.
Poet sleeve is another option for sleeved wedding dresses. These are attractive patterns where the sleeves are pleated at shoulder and continue from shoulders till wrist or merely below the elbow, where it is again pleated. Those pleated just below the elbow can further lengthen freely till the wrist.
The bell sleeves are also a perfect choice for sleeved mermaid wedding dresses. Illusion sleeves are a classic choice to go for. These are generally tight transparent or semi-transparent full sleeves. Though these cover your arms, the transparent or semi-transparent material used, helps avoid that covered up look. For plus size wedding dresses with sleeves, the pattern of slits sleeves is very fashionable.
While having those wonderful long sleeved wedding dresses, you have two choices: use same material as that of your clothes or go for something different. While using same material you can skip the lining and have those lovely illusion sleeves. This specially looks excellent for with netted materials. While you opt for a prominent sleeve, there are numerous selections. If the dress is single colored, you can have a excellent contrast or fitting shade for the sleeves and add a bow or belt or ribbon or embellishments of this color on the major body of the dress. Again, having sleeves in same color and material but sill making them look particular with some detailing is a great idea for long sleeved wedding dresses.
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