- One free size fits most lady wearing
- The Fur Bolero Jacket is brand new and bridal cape shown style
- Great Wedding Bolero Jacket for winter, a delightfully chic addition to your modern wardrobe
- The Wedding Bolero Jacket is ideal for your any occasion such as a cruise, wedding, evening party, etc.
- This Wedding Bolero Jacket would be great as a bridesmaid or mother of the bride vintage wedding accessory
- This Elegant Bolero Jacket will make you stand out in the crowd
- Material: Faux Fur
- Wearing this soft color wedding wrap and showing your best style in a wedding party
- The wrap's different details show up this wrap's exquisite and elegant features
- Soft faux fur makes it nice and elegant
- Keep away from damp and heat. Sunlight and humid are enemies of fur. Thus when placing the fur, the fur shall not be directly exposed to sunlight shall be avoided, and shall be free of hot and humid place. It would be best for the room temperature to be 15 degrees
- Correct hanging. Use a hanger with shoulder pads to hang the fur, instead of a steel wire one, in case of fur damage or deformation
- Good air permeability. When storing the fur, high air permeability is required; plastic bags are not allowed. Loose cloth bags can be used to cover the fur, in case of dust, when necessary
- Keep off chemicals. When wearing the fur, fragrant or hair spray shall be avoided, as alcohol content in chemicals of these products will dry the fur
- If the fur is carelessly wet, do not try to dry it with a hair dryer, as the fur can not be heated. You just need to hang the wet fur in a dry place and naturally dry it
- No washing by machine. Softly hand washing
Size in Detail:
- These dimensions are for reference only. Specific dimension varies from person to person
- The size detail bases on "Help/Buying Guide/Conversion Reference"
How to Make a Bolero for a Wedding
- A bolero or shrug is a short jacket that covers the shoulders and arms while leaving the waist and torso exposed. The bolero was popularized for American wedding fashion during the 1950s when sleeveless gowns were in style, but it was still inappropriate to display bare arms in church ceremonies. Make a simple bolero using two oversized scarves or shawls. Use rich material such as rabbit fur, lace, silk or satin to enhance this short jacket and make it wedding worthy.
- Lay the scarves on top of one another, with the backs of the fabric together and the design sides facing out. Sew the scarves together by hand along all four sides, using a hidden or narrow stitch, and sew as close to the hem as possible to avoid visible stitching. To perform a hidden stitch, slide the sewing needle into the hem about 1/8 of an inch on one piece, then insert the needle into the hem of the other piece 1/8 of an inch. Continue like this along the length of the hem.
- Drape the shawl over your shoulders so that the best design side (the side you want to show) is facing outward. Wrap the scarf around your arms near your armpit to create "sleeves." Have a partner carefully pin the edges of the fabric together where your sleeves should begin, just under the armpits near the breastline.
- Remove the fabric carefully. Connect the sleeves' edges from the safety pin to the cuff with pins. Run a seam along the edges of the fabric that you just pinned, using the same hidden or narrow stitch. Embellish this seam with ribbon or costume jewels if you wish to hide any stitching that might be visible when done. The sleeves should reach a little below your wrists. Hem if the sleeves are too long.
- Remove the safety pins from under the arms. Embellish the bolero with jewels, pearls, sequins, ribbons, brooches or lace to match your wedding dress or your wedding theme.
- 1 x Wedding Bride Sleeveless Faux Fur Cape Wrap