In this first view you see the veil being worn in it's original design. Slightly smaller on top, the veil fits this direction when the flower is on the brides left side.
If you were to then turn the veil upside down, so the flower is now on the right side, you will acheive this look, which almost makes the veil look like a hat and the feather is facing downward.
To get the look completely out of the face, the combs can be arranged any way in the hair to create a Vintage look.
And finally at market last weekend as I was explaining the above arrangements to Debbie of Jennifer's Bridal, she says, " or you can wear it across the back." I like the way you think! And....Bingo!
Yes, I designed the veil, but I do not take credit for the many ways this veil can be worn, I just watch and learn. For a list of Retail locations where you can purchase this veil, click on Store Locations.