Accesories Published by Trella withe, Wednesday, January 18th 2017, 02:22:34 AM.
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.
The next thing to consider is the cut of the neckline. A sweetheart neckline or a strapless dress can look good with or without a necklace. If you opt not to wear a necklace, then make up for it by wearing a fabulous pair of chandelier earrings. You can go with clear crystal for a sleek, modern look or make it a little more fun by adding a splash of color. Much of this will depend on your personality and the overall style of your wedding.
In the past, these kind of accessories were not as much appreciated as silver or gold unlike now. These accessories now also have a variety of designs to choose from for rings, earrings, necklaces, and pendants as well. It’s amazing how the transformation suddenly happened with stainless steel accessories getting much attention now from people coming from all walks of life. While this may lead to it becoming more expensive, still, stainless steel will not be as expensive as silver
While it is true that stainless steel does look like silver, there is a continuing debate whether it will be replacing silver in the long run. The answer appears to not matter as the characteristics of these two are different. Silver is a more rare and precious metal while stainless steel is an ordinary alloy that can easily be manufactured or made
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