Accesories Published by Trella withe, Wednesday, April 05th 2017, 09:48:03 AM.
A V-neck dress begs for a necklace. You can choose a pendant or a choker, depending on if you want a simple, classic look or something more elegant. Make sure that the earrings don’t upstage the necklace though. A halter or reverse halter dress doesn’t really need a necklace, but definitely some stunning earrings. This style of dress looks great with a dramatic updo hairstyle, so the earrings will be on full display. You can also accessorize your hairstyle with some decorative pins and hair jewelry. Just make sure it doesn’t clash with the earrings. Even incorporating a matching bracelet into the look is attractive.Just remember that whatever jewelry you choose, don’t overdo it. It’s tempting to deck yourself out as much as possible, but you don’t want your jewelry to outshine or upstage you! Your wedding accessories should complement your dress and style, but they are only accessories, not the main event!
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.
Bracelet :You have a little more play room with bracelets. Check with the bride first, though, to make sure that your bangles are acceptable. You may opt for a simple tennis bracelet or a clean, easy chain. Your best bet is to always check to see what the bride is wearing and dress down accordingly.
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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