“I am not afraid of sheer dresses. When I'm inside, they are no longer so transparent” - said one wise artist. Mesh wedding dresses are sewn using such a versatile material - tulle or mesh. Mesh comes in varying degrees of fiber flexibility and can therefore be used in different parts of the dress. For sewing tight-fitting silhouettes, the softest variety is used. Sturdy enough, this mesh is able to withstand intricate laces to create the illusion of a robe woven entirely from an abundance of patterns. A beautiful figure entwined only with flowers from silk thread looks incredibly luxurious. Wedding dresses with mesh top with lace and a simple skirt made of heavy fabric create a mysterious image with a focus on sensual breasts.
Wedding dresses with mesh sleeves emphasize modesty but create the lightness of the arms, like wings. The sleeves are essential to protect the skin from the sun or wind, but not to look too heavy for a delicate feminine look. In such cases, designers use a mesh that adds light and allows the skin to breathe. Netting wedding dresses are made up of many layers that are breathable, wrinkle-free, and very lightweight. The fabric stretches and keeps the shape of a lush cloud well. Medium thread for skirts should not irritate the skin. It might be better to wear a silk petticoat for more comfort, so you even protect yourself from possible translucence.