Accesories Published by Trella withe, Saturday, August 05th 2017, 00:04:16 AM.
There are a number of things to consider when deciding on the perfect wedding jewelry. You want the pieces to complement your wedding gown, so that must be selected first. Once you have the perfect wedding dress, then it is time to accessorize. The color of your gown will play a part in the jewelry you select. Gold jewelry can often clash with a bright, white gown, so it’s better to stick with pearls or platinum jewelry. A diamond-white gown is just barely off-white. Gold can go with it, but so can silver, rose gold or pearl. This is probably the most versatile color. An ivory gown can appear to have almost yellow undertones, so wearing white pearls can make it appear dingy or dirty. An ivory gown looks best with gold jewelry.
Crystal Three Row Bracelet:This bracelet is the epitome of elegance because the crystal is really delicate and fragile and yet it radiates such a strong and intense beauty that shines so brightly you will seem to light the entire room with it. Anything that anyone else wears cannot ever compare to this piece of jewelry that will adorn your dainty wrist.
Your wedding jewelry should be a reflection of you and your personality. If you’re not a large, dangly-earring kind of girl, then stick to simple studs. It’s your day, so you need to wear what makes you happy, whether it fits the "rules" or not. If you’re going to spend money on jewelry for your wedding, you don’t want to just wear it once. Make sure that it’s something you can pull out for special occasions again and again.
On the surface it doesn’t seem it would have anything to do with self confidence or state of being, but when you really think about it, doesn’t wearing beautiful jewelry, like a nice bracelet or an eye catching necklace and earring set give you more confidence and doesn’t it uplift your state of being when people compliment you on them? Doesn’t that compliment linger in your mind for a while and make you tickle inside? You see?!
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