Once you decide you are going to wear a veil on your wedding day, you’ll need to pick a style. Once you’ve picked a style you love, it helps to know where and how to wear it. I agree that it depends on both the style of the veil and your personal preference.
In general though, the veil sweet spot is the crown of the head, where your head starts to curve downward, or just below.A waltz length veil is the start of all the amazingly dramatic and long veils. The waltz is just long enough to not drag on the ground and be stepped on, but still keeping the appearance of a gorgeous long veil.
Whether you have no idea the kinds of veils there are, or if you just need something to visualize what you’re imagining, you came to the right place! Here is a list of popular veil types and how to style them.