By Roxanne Buffone Google
Sometimes brides need the shoulders and back covered. This may be a request or preference at the church. Some brides are more comfortable with the shoulders and back covered a bit. This cathedral wedding veil with 2 layers at the full width does a good job of covering the shoulders and the back. Full width gives it more thickness, but the shorter layer really adds to the coverage. Notice the long layer tends to spread out as it trails on the ground. The short layer, also used as a blusher, is hanging free and looking thicker as the folds move in together. There is some coverage, yet the dress is still seen under it.
This cathedral veil is 115 inches and 38 inches long made of ivory bridal illusion. For bridal illusion the full width is 108 inches wide. The pencil edge bridal veil has a light outline from the close stitching along the edge. This veil is in the traditional shape where the sides come straight down and curve around the lower edges.