If you want to add sleeves, a lace accent, or an extra layer to your wedding dress, use a lace bridal bolero. Have you thought about adding a bolero to your dress yet?
Here’s a quick story about a bolero (p.s. a bridal bolero is also known as a “shrug” and an alternative to a wedding jacket).
A friend of mine bought a simple wedding dress a few years back; it was lovely with a strapless style and long length. And while she loved the minimalist look, a few weeks before the wedding she felt like it wasn’t bridal enough.
So, what’s a bride to do just a few weeks before the big day?
She added a lace bridal bolero! It did the trick: it added a little something extra to her dress, was completely her style, and as she says, fit her like a glove.
If you’re looking for something similar to add to your gown, you’ll love these lace boleros we spotted at Glory By Jeannie Lee. Jeannie is amazing at her craft: she designs and sews the most beautiful bridal boleros. They’re exceptional in quality and, since they’re completely custom-made, no two are the same.
Here’s just one stunning example of a real bride and her gorgeous bolero from Jeannie.
One minute in her shop and you’ll wonder how you lived without a bridal shrug on your radar. ;)
If I knew about these lace boleros for my winter wedding, I would have added one to my bridal ensemble. I had a faux fur stole, which was amazing, but now there are so many beautiful options like boleros, shrugs, and more.
I adore the classic round bridal buttons on the back of this bolero. This look is definitely what I would pick: I especially like the open back.
There’s a new style in her shop that is a very fun twist on a traditional jacket: a choker-style bridal bolero with buttons up the front or a brooch, your choice.
And here’s the back:
You can choose long sleeves, short sleeves, or go sleeveless.
If you like the boleros you see here, there’s more to see in her shop! Check it out at GloryByJeannieLee.