Accesories Published by Trella withe, Tuesday, April 18th 2017, 07:07:38 AM.
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.
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
Teardrop Tiara:This is a really elegant teardrop tiara because its shape represents some of the mixed emotions on this day. Everyone may be crying either form the beauty and joy or from the sadness of a child growing up, but either way you will show everyone that you understand these intense emotions and the way that they can be truly beautiful.
One of the things everyone looks for in jewelry is that it should be durable, stylish and resistant to tarnish or rust. Most of the time, people tend to think of platinum or silver when it comes to these characteristics. However, while these two are good investments as well as assets to any kind of wardrobe, we cannot escape the fact that they are expensive. A new trend in jewelry and accessories nowadays are those made from stainless steel materials. These kind of accessories are as shiny as silver while at the same time they are known to be as hard as gold and even as tough as nails. Because of this, steel accessories have slowly become a favorite by everyone
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