Accesories Published by Trella withe, Sunday, February 26th 2017, 23:27:26 PM.
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
Necklace : When selecting a necklace for your bridesmaid dress, less is more. Simple chains or strings of pearls work well. A chain or string of small beads with a simple pendant may also work. You have to consider the dress, the style and what the bride is wearing (you don’t want to out dress the bride!). Your best bet with necklaces is to stay away from large, chunky jewelry and keep it simple.
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.
Handcrafted Jewelry : Whatever the reason for gifting green gifts are the way to go. Learning to make our shopping a bit more sustainable can reduce our consumption of fossil fuels, minerals & other resources. We don’t need machine, each piece made by hands & truly unique. The designers have love for the product that you can’t find from mass produced items. These jewelry are sustainable and ethical, by essence being ethical can be much more costly than taking the easy route. Smaller scale production is always higher quality
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