The Cage Veil vs. Traditional Bridal Veil

By Amy-Jo Tatum, Published Apr 6, 2012

Here's an ongoing trend alert for all of you pondering options for topping off your white aisle look.  I'm finding almost every one of my clients this year is going for some kind of cage veil. Sheath, A-line or full ball gown, the practical cage veil goes with any wedding dress silhouette, amps up the glam factor and is easy and light to wear.

Traditional veils take work and the longer ones like chapel and cathedral lengths (though beautiful) either involve removing layers come reception time or hauling those layers of tulle over your arm. Cages are set to go the moment you attach one and transition from ceremony to dancing the night away at your reception...

Here are the variations on cage designs, with a few from one of my all time fave wedding head chic designers,  Lea C. Couture in New York.

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