Cap Sleeve Wedding Dresses, Spring 2014
Feminine fabrics and exquisite details updated the cap sleeve on the Spring 2014 runways.
The silhouette may be va-va-voom, but airy tulle ruching and hand-beaded cap sleeves keep this figure-flattering Christos gown feeling feminine and sweet.
Glitzy beaded sleeves add to the glamour of Maggie Sottero’s 1920s inspired fit and flare creation.
The lace cap sleeves on this Pronovias ball gown not only add support, but they also help frame your smiling face.
Angel Sanchez’s sweet tea-length dress features a twinkling beaded skirt and floral appliquéd bodice. An illusion neckline and subtle cap sleeves keep the dress feeling light and delicate.
The pretty lace neckline of this shapely Legends by Romona Keveza gown mimics the soft scalloping at the hem.
Float Like A Butterfly
Light organza flutters over the shoulder of Heidi Elinora’s silk-taffeta gown, updating a classic silhouette.
Judd Waddell’s lace sheath has a simple train and ribbon-and-appliqué sash to accentuate your waist. Its glamorous vintage style is perfect for a black-tie occasion.
Spilling down from the sweet cap sleeve, beaded appliqués at the waist create a gorgeous hourglass figure in this Rivini gown.
Lela Rose’s “The Manor” gown radiates an understated elegance. The figure-flattering silhouette has a surprise keyhole back that's sure to help create a memorable entrance and exit.