Choosing Jewellery That will Dazzle Your Wedding
Pairing your neckline style with the proper accessory can add character to a gown, or even highlight a unique feature.
Sweetheart or Strapless: If you are wearing a strapless gown, why not focus on some great chandelier earrings instead. Wear clear crystal for a sleek look, or punch it up with a hint of color. Try picking a color from the flowers in your bouquet (but not from the designs on your gown — you don’t want to match too much). If you’re going for a flirty, fresh look, include two or three small fresh or silk flowers in your hair to add a soft, organic feel.
Knot Note: If your dress already has vintage flair, you could create an interesting contrast by taking a more modern approach with your jewels.
V-neck: Whether you opt for a pendant or choker, this style begs for decolletage decoration. A thin chain with a simple pendant is an elegant way to accessorize, while pearls (single- or double-stranded) shows classic charm. If you’re going for the dare-to-be-decadent look, a crystal choker with matching earrings could be the perfect combo.
Halter or Reverse Halter: Whether you wear your hair in a sleek bun or loose ponytail, dressing up your tresses is a great way to accessorize a halter gown. Headbands are a great way to add panache to your updo. But if headbands aren’t quite your style, try adding some sparkle to your hair with intricate crystal hairpins. If you’ve got a curly mane, five to seven hairpins is just right, while brides with thinner locks (or short hair) will get the same shine with two or three pins.
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