Accesories Published by Trella withe, Tuesday, March 14th 2017, 06:52:21 AM.
Jewelry and Accessories can make or break your looks. When choosing fashion jewelry to match your outfit, consider the color, scale and style of the piece, minding what occasion you’re going to attend. Your jewelry should be appropriate for where you are going. If you’re going for work, then this is the time to be more conservative with your accessories. If you’re going to a formal event, consider wearing more fine jewelry and gemstones. If you’re hanging out with friends or a party, then it’s your time to be more creative, playful, and more daring with your look
On the other hand, if your gown is plain and has a lower neckline such as v-shaped or round, wearing your hair down with either a bridal tiara or a small veil, as well as a solitaire or drop pearl necklace would look stunning. If you have chosen an off the shoulder dress, consider a pearl necklace style worn close to the neck or beautiful silk flowers in your hair for a romantic feel.
One important thing to remember is that the bridal accessories are a compliment to the dress. Understated elegance always looks better. Nowadays, there are so many choices. There really are no set rules to follow. Ultimately, the right accessories are those that make you look and feel your best.
For jewelry that gets in contact with the skin often, there is no need to worry about allergic reactions. It is hypoallergenic and does not trigger any allergic reactions. A stainless necklace is very comfortable to wear with its common lengths being: 22’’-24’’. One should be sure to select a suitable length. Check that the clasp is secure, a simple fold-over clasp is reliable and convenient, security for the jewelry is critical.
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