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I am getting married in St. Lucia on the beach in June. I have fallen in love with the cathedral length veils. My dress is a chiffon empire waist strapless dress with the front about ankle length and a chapel train. Can I wear a full length or cathedral length veil?? I WAS looking for a waist length veil but then saw the photos of the longer veils...

 

Please help!

 

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I love the look of a longer train also. My only concern is the unpredictable wind during the ceremony. Have you considered a 2 tier with a shorter detachable veil? It could give you some options if the wind is too strong on the beach during the ceremony.

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My only two cents is that if your day is windy you may hate your veil being long, whereas if it was short it would be less of a worry on a windy day. You could possibly even get both a cathedral length and a short one through ebay pretty cheap and then that morning decide which you want to wear. I say wear whatever makes you feel the most beautiful in!

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I think you should!

 

I'm getting married in a Church but my veil will be floor length...I will however, most likely take it off for the beach reception so it doesn't get in my way

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I love the look of cathedral length veils; I think that they are so elegant. Given the cut of your dress; I think it will look beautiful.

 

I do agree with the other ladies though; just be prepared if its windy it may get in your way. But, I have also seen pictures of veils blowing in the wind during ceremonies that look really dramatic and gorgeous. I say if you want one, get one!

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