Accesories Published by Trella withe, Sunday, May 14th 2017, 06:00:53 AM.
Earrings :There was a time when simple, stud earrings were the acceptable ear accessory for bridal jewelry. However, an elegant drop is now entering the race and changing the face of bridal accessories. You can even forgo a necklace if you select a sophisticated drop earring. Just keep it simple and not too large or gaudy
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.
Silver Jewelry : Silver has numerous health properties that have been used across time and culture. It is a powerful disinfectant agent that aids in cold and flu prevention, wound healing and skin care. Silver also helps with internal heat regulation and circulation when applied in right quantity and manner, silver also provided protection against harmful electromagnetic radiation from mobile phones and other electronics.
Like your clothes, each piece of jewelry should match with your skin tone. You can go for metals and gems that illuminate your natural skin tone. If you have a cool skin tone (having bluish colored veins and have more pink and red undertones), platinum and white gold will look best. If you have a warm skin tone (having greenish colored veins and more yellow undertones), yellow gold and rose gold will look best. No matter your skin tone, diamonds, diamond-like or titanium jewelry will always look nice
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