Accesories Published by Trella withe, Wednesday, July 26th 2017, 18:36:51 PM.
Jewelry and Accessories can make or break your looks. When choosing fashion jewelry to match your outfit, consider the color, scale and style of the piece, minding what occasion you’re going to attend. Your jewelry should be appropriate for where you are going. If you’re going for work, then this is the time to be more conservative with your accessories. If you’re going to a formal event, consider wearing more fine jewelry and gemstones. If you’re hanging out with friends or a party, then it’s your time to be more creative, playful, and more daring with your look
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
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.
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.
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