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Queen Victoria

February 15th, 2012

FABRIC. The choice of material for the dress depends on the venue of the wedding and the season. Lightweight, thin fabrics such as chiffon georgette, linen and silk crepe are ideal for spring and summer, or for a wedding in a tropical climate. Autumn and winter weddings, held in locations with a northern climate, require dense tissues, such as brocade, velvet and wool crepe. Satin, taffeta and tulle are suitable for any time of year. Lace adds elegance wedding dresses. Antique lace can be used as a decoration of the new model dresses.

You can use the lace with Dress your mother or grandmother. Each tissue in its own way keeps the shape and drape. Tissues have different densities, and. to the bride feel comfortable, you need to pick up the fabric of the season. Some fabrics crease, others too airy, others are too tender. When choosing fabrics need to pay special attention to all these characteristics.

It is useful to reconcile its decision with the experts of wedding salon. As a rule, natural fiber fabrics and and manual work are more expensive than sinteticheskie.primenyaetsya in combination with or without lace to design the neckline. Creates the effect of nudity and at the same time covered. Indicate some features fabrics for wedding dresses. Atlas. A beautiful, traditional wedding fabric made from silk and mixed fibers, has a shiny surface (there are also matte versions). Velvet. Exquisite fabric for winter celebration, usually used for simple models with interesting inserts. Cotton is recommended. Batiste, voile, embroidery, peak. This thin summer fabrics of cotton or blended cotton fibers. Pure white colors, they are especially good for reception, hosted in the garden outdoors. Jersey. Knitted fabrics of silk or of mixed fibers. Draped in flowing folds. May have a matte or glossy surface. Crepe. Polyester or rayon, heavy or light, easy to drape crepe. Crepe de Chine. Woven fabrics of silk or blended fibers. Organza. Transparent material with a gleam. Expensive – from silk, cheaper – of mixed fibers, often with embroidery. Brocade, jacquard fabrics. Natural or artificial fabrics with printed patterns. More appropriate for winter weddings. Taft. Matter of silk or of mixed fibers. Pleasant to the touch, rustling fabric. Tulle. Smoky looking, romantic, used in several layers, as dancers in dresses. Charmeuse. Silk (recently encountered mixed fiber), soft, lightweight fabric, beautifully draped in folds. Chiffon. Silk (sometimes from mixed fibers), soft. lively, pleasant to the touch fabric. Usually used with lining. Very feminine and romantic, but expensive. COLOR. Absolutely no white. White color has many shades. It can be blue, pink, sirenevatym, yellow, etc. In the days of Queen Victoria's best flowers for a wedding dress is the color of ivory. Today, popular and dress light golden or silver color. Bride choose one that fits the color of her face and hair. It should be borne in mind that as tissue have the ability to reflect light (Atlas, luminous silk, taffeta), or absorb it (wet silk, velvet, marlevka). Plume. Long cables allow the bride to feel regal. Often they are separated from the dress, focusing on the waist during the ceremony and then removed or opened by. The choice of a suitable length loop is limited formalities and place.

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