Style Alert: The Juliet Capped Veil, thank you Downtown Abbey!

Shakespeare's famous tale of love "Romeo and Juliet" offers visions of true love, romantic drama, and hearts filled with longing. One of this year's hottest trends the Juliet Cap Veil offers all that and more. With it's snug to the head style, often delicately embroidered like the Willow Veil by Designer Justine M Couture seen here, plus a gathered side or back and long veil trailing down, this look is very classic, feminine and very Downton Abbey! Top veil and accessory designer Justine M of Justine M Couture [whose beautiful veils and jewelry are top sellers at Kleinfled New York] says "The Juliet Cap Veil is really having a revival with on trend brides. Queen Elizabeth II's mother Elizabeth wore a capped veil in her 1922 wedding to Albert who sooon became King of England.* This feminine, snugly capped veil style matches perfectly with 1920's styled silk biased gowns, big floral arrangements, romantic weddings and all romantic styles from the past!" 

*Editor's note: movie fans may note that Elizabeth and Albert were the royal main characters in the movie "The King's Speech" played by Helena Bonham Carter and Colin Firth...