Bridal Veils are typically draped over objects of significance to obscure – historically used to cover the face or head. The practice of veiling sacred objects is most commonly reserved for women, although in some cultures the reverse is common, where it is the men who become veiled.
Today in Western culture, veils are still commonly used in wedding ceremonies. Most veils which are commercially available and manufactured today range from thin tulle construction to transparent lightweight materials which are worn plain or embellished with lace scalloping on the edges and even beading.
Thin bridal veils are available through bridal stores and on-line in a range of sizes and lengths and typically drape over the female form during a wedding ceremony. Some great ideas of the worlds’ best 23 veils and headpieces can be viewed on VOGUE.
House of Ezis has developed a unique structured veil which acts as a framing device, beyond the female form, like a halo. The unique veil expresses the female form like a blossoming flower creating a faint glow around the body. The veil has been intentionally designed with body imbued in its’ structure to complement our structured gowns. The House of Ezis Bridal Veil is currently available for try-ons in our Brisbane based boutique and will be officially launched on-line with our latest bridal gown collection on Jan 2019.
Retailing for $300 – $450 depending on the desired length and clipping into the hair-line through the use of a metal hair comb, our veils are easy to wear and truly unique.
To view our current Bridal Collection please follow this link.