Accesories Published by Trella withe, Friday, May 19th 2017, 05:40:32 AM.
Mix and match Jewelry. Knowing how to mix and match your jewelry without the worry of an indiscretion has become essential in today’s fashion. One way to match different kinds of jewelry is by playing with size, width and texture. Wear bracelets of different widths or necklace with different lengths and see the amazing result! You can also stack rings on your fingers as well. The real key is to have fun. But still, make sure that the mix matches with the event and your outfit
Start by looking through bridal and hair magazines. Visit the bridal fashion shows in your city. Check different bridal websites for inspiration. Next, when you meet with your hair stylist, bring pictures or an idea of what you are looking for. Decide if you want to wear hair accessories with jewelry or without. If your gown is very detailed and designed with a high neckline, you may consider an up-do or partial up-do with small hair accessories like a pearl floral pin or comb so as not to detract from the dress.
While it is true that stainless steel does look like silver, there is a continuing debate whether it will be replacing silver in the long run. The answer appears to not matter as the characteristics of these two are different. Silver is a more rare and precious metal while stainless steel is an ordinary alloy that can easily be manufactured or made
Accessories can make - or break - an outfit. When you are wearing your bridesmaid dress, this is particularly true. For one, you do not want to draw attention from the bride. For another, you want to maintain a low key, elegant, understated look. Accessories should accent you and your outfit, they should not overpower it
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