Bridal Birdcage Veils
Whether you call them “birdcage”, “cage”, “blusher”, “visor” “cap” or “pouf” veils, these beauties run the gamut from flirty and fabulous to elegant and sophisticated. Cage veils work well for any bride and there’s no one right way to wear them or single style to emulate: they may be worn on the front of the face, covering one eye or both eyes, reach down to the nose or chin, tie in the back or cover the entire face or head. Drawing attention to your eyes and face, they can be worn with long or short hair and are often attached to a feather fascinator, clip, comb, headband or hat. The netting, commonly Russian, French or English veiling, can vary in its texture and weave-size (from tight to large-gauge) and typically features a diamond shape with or without chenille-flocked dots or other accents. The beauty of a bird cage veil is its versatility: variations can be worn by a classic first-time bride, her bridesmaids (in a tonal scaled down piece), a Mother of the Bride, a second-time or non-conformist bride wishing to experiment with a little color, or just a party-goer with the right attitude! Subtle or bold, the drama of a birdcage veil is perfect for the special occasion when mystery, allure and individuality are called for. We guarantee when you put on a true vintage or retro-style birdcage veil from TFH, your confidence will skyrocket, your appearance will be transformed and you’ll wonder why you can’t wear one everyday!