Guide : Choosing the right wedding veil Train length Let's start with train length. We measure the train length as the distance in inches from the comb to the back bottom edge. Our 3 most popular train lengths are fingertip (36"), chapel (90") and cathedral (120"). What length should you choose? There are several considerations. Where will the ceremony take place? If it is indoors, a longer length is definitely appropriate. If it is outside, keep in mind that a longer length like a Cathedral veil will likely snag on debris/vegetation/sticks on the ground. Also, it may get a bit frustrating if there is much of a breeze. Another question to ask yourself is what look am I going for? If you want a more dramatic, traditional look, a longer length is great! A Chapel length veil is a nice length if you want drama but not too much veil dragging behind you, which can easily be stepped on. Fingertip length veils seem more youthful and carefree. They are also great paired with shorter tea-length style dresses. If your dress is a slim A-line or column silhouette, a narrower Chapel style would compliment the shape beautifully. If you have a fuller, ballgown style, a wider Cathedral length would frame the higher drama of your skirt nicely. Embellishments? We embellish our veils with a few different options. One of our favorite elements are high quality crystals. These beautifully faceted crystals catch the light beautifully and can make your veil shimmer and sparkle. Another embellishment we use is lace. Most of our lace veils use French lace that we import from France. Our French lace is delicately milled on 100+ year old machines and is extra special. We usually embellish the edge of the veil with lace but also have styles where the lace appears to float on the veil .
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