Lace Cap Sleeve Wedding Dresses

Wedding Dresses | June 10 2010 | by Jenny | 8 Comments

When shopping for the perfect wedding dress most brides are usually going for the wedding dresses with no sleeves or straps at all. This is not a very good thing, especially since so many types of sleeves and straps exist out there that can transform a simple, plain and regular wedding dress into something more unique, fancy, elegant and attractive.

Brides forget to get preoccupied for the sleeves of the dress since the majority of the wedding dresses today come with no shoulder or arm covering. But just this element, the sleeves, can change entirely the aspect of a wedding dress. The main reason why brides seem to get uncomfortable thinking of sleeved wedding dresses is that the only type of sleeve that appears first in their minds is that long illusion evasive type of sleeve. There is no need to stick to those medieval or Celtic modest long sleeved wedding dresses when there are so many other styles and lengths for sleeves that you can choose from.

Wedding dresses with short sleeves seem to move a little bit the hearts of the brides, but only because the sleeves are summary and more refined, chic and stylish, allowing the half part of the arm to breathe. Exposing as much skin as possible seems to be a popular syndrome among modern brides. But we can not generalize and say that they are all preoccupied with only showing off their sexuality and bare arms, legs and necks.

Among the most popular types of short sleeves for wedding dresses are: T-shirt, Juliet or cap sleeves. One of the most common types of sleeved wedding dress is the lace cap sleeve wedding dress. These types of sleeves can add more charm, class, elegance and refinement to any type of dress or bride. The lace cap sleeve wedding dresses are by far the most popular among wedding dresses with short or middle length sleeves. They are perfect for brides with broad arms and shoulders. The cap sleeves can make a prominent arm look thinner and softer.

The light lace fabric of the dress and sleeves allows the bride to feel comfortable during the wedding ceremonies and reception and look incredibly refined, sleek, stylish and feminine. Bride can choose detachable cap sleeves for a strapless wedding dress. Any bride can buy a pair of cap sleeves and have them attached to any type of sleeveless wedding dress by a seamstress or a handy sewer. For summer outdoor weddings, when the weather during the night is a little more chilly and windy, the cap sleeves can help.

The small round shaped sleeves can transform a simple usual strapless wedding dress into a dress that is more delicate, romantic, adorable and delightful, perfect for a semi-formal wedding affair as well because of the new level of gentles, grace and elegance. Lace cap sleeve wedding dresses with low bare backs are pretty trendy this year, due to their vintage antique look.11


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  2. Jaime Muratore

    January 10, 2011 at 5:42 pm

    who made the first dress on this page with the lace cap sleeves and the low back? It has like soft ruffle chiffon it looks like


  3. s payne

    May 10, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    Anyone know where the second lace dress on this page is from? With floaty cap sleeves and bottons down the v shaped back.


  4. Ana Postolache

    May 11, 2011 at 9:36 am

    Hello, the first dress is made by Lazaro for his 2009 collection. The style is: LZ3818



  5. April Zimmerman

    July 12, 2011 at 10:24 am

    I’m in love with the second dress in this article, the lace dress w/ sleeves. Does anyone know where it’s from??


  6. Jenny

    February 13, 2012 at 2:35 pm

    Can someone please tell me where I could find the second dress in this article? Thank you


  7. Danielle

    February 28, 2012 at 6:05 pm

    Please help me find the collection and designer for the second wedding dress. I will be getting married for the first time and it is my dream dress!! Thank You!!


  8. Erika

    April 04, 2012 at 3:51 pm

    Does anyone know who the designer is/store to purchase the second wedding dress with the lace cap sleeve? My wedding is next April and I am in LOVE with this dress!


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