Sassy Shawls to Throw on Over your Dress
Sassy Shawls to Throw on Over your Dress

Sassy Shawls to Throw on Over your Dress

This article is part of our ultimate series exploring Quinceañera dresses. For a deeper dive, check out our full guide: Ultimate Guide to Quinceañera Dresses. It's your go-to resource for everything dress related!

We get it, it’s complicated to style in a beautiful XV gown when having to cover up.

You don’t want to wear the traditional sheer short sleeve bolero, and we don’t blame you; you want to look classy without outdoing it right? Something that will match your dress but will look good and lucky you, we have just the thing!

The struggle is over, we’ve found the perfect sassy shawls you can throw on over your dress, check them out!

Faux Fur Shawls

We stand for a cozy diva! If you are all about the glam life, this is for you. Fur-sure, a sassy shawl you can pull-off with any Quince dress.

Quinceanera: A woman wearing a red gown and a white fur stole

Mesh Cape

Inspired by the Disney movie Frozen, the cape is a total royalty statement piece that will definitely transform your look! The mesh fabric still accentuates your Quinceañera dress while adding the extra touch you are looking for.

A woman in a pink ball gown posing for a picture in pantai sejuk Quinceañera dresses

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Embroidered Capelet

Great news, designers themselves are saying good-bye to the old stoles and introducing matching capelets! Thought it couldn’t get any better? This throw on capelet already comes included when purchasing specific dresses—now this is what we call a win-win situation!

Charro Cover-Ups

Wear a charro jacket or style in a hand-made rebozo when getting a traditional charro dress. Both are a staple part of accustomed Mexican fashion that will perfectly complement your entire look! Plus, it looks amazing when taking your pictures, feeling like a total queen.

A Quinceanera gown: a woman wearing a white dress and a red cape

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