Veil Science: how long should your veil be?
You do not have to know any veil length terms, or what the length in inches actually means. Don't do the math -- that's why we're here!
Okay, here come the numbers. (Don't worry, there won't be a quiz.)
Generally speaking, all of those lengths you see on our site break down to this:
*the edge of the veil hits just near your elbow
*the edge of the veil hits just past your fingertips
*perfect for a gown with no train
*just barely sweeping the floor
*this is an average train
*bring on the drama!
*Hello? Queen Elizabeth, is that you?
Worried about distracting from some gorgeous back details? We've got a couple of quick veil science tips for this:
For "short" veils:
For "long" veils:
*major shoutout to our babes at a&be bridal shop for helping us put this together ♥︎