Sleeved wedding dresses are most suitable if you are looking forward to a winter wedding. It helps in bringing more attention to the bodice, as well as provides a balance to the skirt. The length of the sleeve depends on how much skin the bride is willing to show. Long-sleeved dress is generally selected by brides who want be modest on their wedding day.
This dress is an international style that is soft and sweetened by the silhouette of ethnic interest and sequin detail to be a new alternative for brides who want a modern ethnic look, elegant, and luxurious. Sleeved dresses have more impact than you may first realize. They can add interest to a bodice and provide balance for a skirt. Once closely linked to season, the selection of sleeved wedding dress style is now largely a matter of how much – or how little – skin the wearer is willing (or allowed!) to show.
Both options can be equally dramatic. Long-sleeved wedding dresses designed for maximum flair include the Juliet: a long, fitted sleeve with a short puff at the shoulder; and the bell, a sleeve narrow at the armhole and then wide at the wrist.
On the other spectrum are alluring super-spare styles such as the petal and the cap sleeved dresses, both of which offer just enough material to cover the shoulder. Sleeves of sleeved dresses don’t have to be made from the same fabric as the gown, often they are made of tulle, lace, or illusion netting, which create a ‘barely there’ effect even when the sleeves are long.
For short-sleeved dress, gloves can be used to further sweeten the appearance of the bride on her wedding day. A little advice for the long-sleeved dress, you should not have to wear gloves because it will impress the bride looks crowded.Image Source : Pinterest