High Neck Lace Wedding Dress – This time address two types of necklines: Swan and Pico. Both in fine detail embroidery specially created for the bride who is proud of her shoulders and carrying. High necklines lengthen the figure, so if you’re petite, consider using a dress with these styles.
Gooseneck: If you have a long neck, angular jaw, neck swan is perfect for you; it highlights your attributes and balances the figure. The distinctive feature of this cleavage is that cap around the neck or even half of it. Usually buttons of the neck; you may or may not have sleeves.
Cleavage peak: The particularity of the V-neck is that reaches middle neck or base thereof. Leave bare shoulders and chest covered. This cut is recommended for women with narrow shoulders and wide hips, so that a balance is achieved in FIG. Also stylized short and wide neck.
Those with buxom should know that highlight the curves. For those of little bust, embroidery on chest and bust base highlight the area creating an effect of more prominence.
For this high neck lace wedding dress, there are two tips that I can give you.
Use the “rule of three” that is to use only three jewels, rings, bracelets and earrings, or change the cuff tiara if using neckline Swan your sleeves are long. Particularly for this event adorns the neckline and neck so using a pendant or necklace overload the look. One trick when choosing your earrings is that they measure up half the length of your ears, so will you give the outfit modernity without losing elegance.
The second tip is to use a high hairstyle you stylize the figure and brag your neck. Opt for a chignon or bun crossed. Otherwise the height you desire with these cuts vanishes to wear your hair.
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