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RELATED: The Most Gorgeous Celebrity Veils *Ever* Think outside of the box Dear modern brides: If you think that a veil would look outdated on you then you'd want to hear what designer Alexandra Grecco has to say. "Veils can be extremely delicate the way that the sheer tulle gently lays over your face and graces the floor as the bride walks but, certainly do not look at veils as a 'must have' item." Her suggestion? Put a cape on it. View photos Credit: Courtesy of Alexandra Grecco "There are so many amazing veil options that are extensions of the gown itself like the cape veil," she suggests. "It adds a fresh fashion-forward take on the traditional veil while still adding drama to a ceremony." Another way to keep your look modern, say Tara Lauren designers Tara and Shaina Healy. To keep this look modern is to go for a veil made with softer tulle and lace and with less gathering at the comb. "Also, look for ivory instead of white. This softens your look, and often the shade appears lighter as tulle itself is very thin and therefore not super pigmented," they suggest. Just a Hint of a Veil The shortest type of veil is called a "birdcage veil," which reaches down to your cheeks (or your chin at the longest) and is made of simple netting. View photos Credit: Courtesy of Moonlight "The birdcage veil paired with a simple beaded clip would give you the ultimate vintage look.

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