Faux Fur Lace Bridal Wedding Cap Shrug Wrap

Faux Fur Lace Bridal Wedding Cap Shrug Wrap

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How cold do you think it will be at the wedding and wish to wear a jumper chilly? Or frostbite and snow chilly? The wedding cap shrug wrap offers the timeless elegance of a wrap or pashmina and the practical, modern appeal of a shrug or bolero jacket. This Faux Fur Wrap is made of excellent quality material, features beautiful and elegant embellishments. The faux fur makes you feel warm and stylish in cold weather. An ideal wedding cap shrug wrap to add a little warmth to your wedding outfit. This red wrap is simple but unique designed, perfect for a wedding or any other special occasion. Prominent wedding shrug wrap makes the cutest boleros math wedding dresses, which with all the excitement and adrenalin for the day would surely be enough to keep you warm and the most beautiful bride in the world and the spotlight at the wedding.Why not get this amazing Faux Fur wedding cap shrug wrap to add noble quality to your wedding dress? Do not be hesitating, just order this wedding cap shrug wrap and amazing bride temperament are waiting for you. ## Product Description Specification Buying Guide Return Policies Quality Guarantee FAQ Specifications: The cap shrug wrap is lovelyand matches wedding dress at the wedding orspaghetti strap at usual days The cheerful color is soappropriate forhappy andexciting occasions like wedding andso on Red cap shrug wrap features beautiful a tie on the front which is adjustable for comfortable wearing and embroidered lacedesign Wedding faux fur wrap looks noble, gorgeous and dominant Thewedding cap shrug wrapis light, touches soft, wears comfortable and looks flowing This wedding cap shrug wrapwould be great as a bridesmaid or mother of the bride vintage wedding accessory Material: Faux Rabbit Hair & Lace Color: Red Details: Front of wedding wrap with a tie on the frontmakes the red wrap easy to wear and beautiful Embroidered lace wedding cap shrug wrap offers the timeless elegance and chic The faux fur weddingcap shrug wrapmakes you feel warm and stylish in cold weather Maintenance Method: Keep away from damp and heat. Sunlight and humid are enemies of fur. Thus when placing the fur, the fur shall not be directly exposed to sunlight shall be avoided, and shall be free of hot and humid place. It would be best for the room temperature to be 15 degrees Correct hanging. Use a hanger with shoulder pads to hang the fur, instead of a steel wire one, in case of fur damage or deformation Good air permeability. When storing the fur, high air permeability is required; plastic bags are not allowed. Loose cloth bags can be used to cover the fur, in case of dust, when necessary Keep off chemicals. When wearing the fur, fragrant or hair spray shall be avoided, as alcohol content in chemicals of these products will dry the fur If the fur is carelessly wet, do not try to dry it with a hair dryer, as the fur can not be heated. You just need to hang the wet fur in a dry place and naturally dry it No washing by machine. Softly hand washing Wedding Wrap and Stole Selection: Step 1: igure out whether a wrap or stole works best with your dress. A wrap works best with a bride because it does just that -- wraps around the shoulders and closes at the center. This is the most functional option if the wrap is intended to be a part of the bridal look throughout the ceremony. A stole also wraps around the shoulders, but mimics a large scarf in that there is remaining fabric at both ends. This is the best option when the stole will only be worn for warmth and things like getting in and out of the car. Stoles work well on the bridal party because they can easily be removed for pictures or the reception Step 2: ind a wrap or stole that suits the dress. Regardless of who is wearing the accessory, it should not compete with the dress: It should simply accentuate it, adding to the silhouette. Wraps and stoles work best with strapless or spaghetti strap dresses, which allow them to sit properly on the shoulders. The wrap doesn't have to match the dress exactly, it just has to coordinate. For a bride, this can mean a brocade wrap (while the wedding gown is not brocade) and for anyone in the bridal party, it can mean a wrap or stole in a hue slightly lighter or darker than the dress Step 3: ear the wrap or stole. A wrap will usually have a button, snap or ribbon closure at the center. In this case, simply fasten the closure and be sure the wrap drapes properly on the shoulders. The maid of honor should be on hand to adjust the wrap for any pictures. When the bride moves around, the wrap can shift and get out of place, so someone should be nearby during pictures to make sure the wrap lies properly Step 4: toles can be draped at the shoulders for easy removal, or they can be fastened with a brooch. This can be done at the center, with two equal portions of the wrap hanging down, or it can be done at one side with equal portions of the stole hanging down on either side Tips & Warnings: Choose the lightest wrap or stole that will keep you warm. This will prevent it from detracting from the wedding dress or becoming too cumbersome Bring a hanger to the ceremony venue so you can prevent your wrap from wrinkling when you're not wearing it, such as when you're taking pictures Fashion Guide-Vridal Wraps & Shawls to Compliment Your Wedding Dress: A Bridal or Wedding Wrap can serve as both a memorable fashion statement and a functional accessory on your big day. Wraps are both functional and decorative. They add an air of elegance and old Hollywood glamour to your wedding day look, while also preventing the bride from catching a chill - whether at a winter wedding venue, or a breezy beach ceremony. Wraps can also act as a comforting security blanket of sorts, and keep the bride from feeling over-exposed This short-sleeved shrug is intricately adorned with crystal beading and sparkly sequins. Available in ivory and white from designer, Alfred Angelo (style no. 1646) What is a Wedding Wrap? Here's where things get a little complicated. "Wrap" is a fairly broad term, which can mean anything that wraps around the bride. The word wrap is most often used to describe a garment wrapped around the upper torso, such as a cape, shawl, stole, shrug, cloak, capelet, etc... Winter wedding wraps are most often fashioned from fur or faux fur, while warm weather wedding wraps can be made of anything from silk, to pashmina, to lace Define your Wedding Wrap Style Different styles of wraps often overlap (no pun intended). For example: a short cape can qualify as a capelet or a stole, and a stole is technically a type of shawl. To help alleviate some of this confusion, and to help you choose the best bridal wrap to go with your wedding dress, we've organized the following series of different styles of wraps into the categories that best describe themA shrug is a tailored top which is cropped just beneath the bust line and often looks like little more than sleeves A long-sleeved, sheer shrug adorned with crystal beading at the sleeves and shoulders. Available in sizes 2 to 28W, at _Alfred Angelo_ (style no.1869) Shrugs for your Wedding Gown: A shawl is moreso defined by the manner in which it's worn. Basically, the word "shawl" refers to any square piece of cloth (i.e. a scarf) draped loosely over the shoulders and arms "Pashmina" is the Persian word for wool, and most popularly refers to the fine wool sheared from the undercoat of a Himalayan mountain goat. This 100% Pashmina scarf, shown here in champagne ivory, is extremely versatile in that it can be draped over the shoulders and worn as an elegant bridal shawl, tied around the waist as a bohemian belt, or tied at the neck like a winter scarf Stoles for your Wedding Gown: A Stole is a type of shawl made from expensive and often heavier materials, such as brocade and fur. Stoles are also typically narrower than shawls Fur Stole in classic Hollywood-Style Best for Bride, Toronto This glamourous, old-Hollywood style fur stole is adorned with pearl beading and tied in a bow at the front. This Stole is available at _Best for Bride_ in Toronto Faux-Fur Stole Mitchell Accessories, Markham Ontario This sumptuous faux fur stole adorned with a long satin bow is perfect for a winter wonderland wedding. Shown here in white, this stole is also available in pale ivory, black, and dark brown at _Mitchell Accessories_ in Markham, Ontario Retro-Style Golden Stole Keli Bridal, Alberta This retro-style luxe golden stole is courtesy of _Alberta's Keli Bridal_ Wedding Stole in Marilyn Monroe Style, Mitchell Accessories, Markham Ontario This Marilyn Monroe-style stole would make a perfect wrap for a long, slinky wedding gown. Available in white, black, and ivory from Mitchell Accessories in Marham Ontario An Eye-catching V neck Stole Best for Bride, Toronto This v-neck fur stole in ivory is fastened with eye-catching tassels that are handcrafted from satin rope. Available at Best for Bride in Toronto Capes for Your Wedding Gown: The word "Cape" technically refers to any sleeveless outer garment (i.e. a poncho), but is most often used to describe a long garment which fastens at the neck Full-Length Wedding Cape Keli Bridal, Alberta Perfect for a winter wedding, this floor-length cape is the picture of plush elegance (and warmth!). Courtesy of Keli Bridal in Alberta Package Included: * 1 x Faux Fur Lace Bridal Wedding Cap Shrug Wrap