This high-neck, cap-sleeve wedding dress is a beautiful and sophisticated choice combining intricate daisy lace detailing with a luxurious satin ballgown skirt (that has pockets!). The high neckline provides a sense of modesty and sophistication whilst the cap sleeves add a touch of femininity. The back features covered buttons from nape to the end of the chapel train.
This dress is Riley a classic ball gown in style, too heavy for overseas. You could put underskirts underneath it if you wanted too, I don’t have one on in this video clip. As you can see Riley has really pretty high neck jacket top to this dress. This is actually part of the dress it is joined onto it. But you’ve got these little cap sleeves here those could be removed really easily, making just a wide shoulder dress. Similarly, this stand up collar here if you don’t like it quite as high, that would come off quite easily down to here. Making if just a high round neck dress if you don’t like that little collar. Now this has got a full arm hole so you could swap those sleeves for full length on or something longer if you prefer. As you can see it’s a high back as well to this dress and you would have to leave this one as it is with the zip and buttons. The buttons do follow through down to this medium length train, it’s not too long this dress. It will shorten it will go floor length and tea length making it very versatile for what you want to wear it as. It’s got pockets as you would expect to see in a satin dress, I know they are always a popular addition and this dress is actually boned enough to go strapless so if you like the dress but don’t like the high neckline what you could do is take it off to this point here, making it a strapless sweetheart dress. You could of course add little straps to it if you prefer and losing all of that jacket top so all in all a very versatile dress.