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As you’ve chosen to read this piece of writing, I can hear the wedding bells for you!
So, first of all, many congratulations!!!
Moreover, it seems like that you’re done with selecting the star of the show- your wedding dress.
Now, it’s time to accessorize the dress in such a way that it can accentuate your D-day look in the most beautiful way ever.
Well, out of the innumerable designs and types of jewellery in the market, it often becomes tough for would-be brides to choose the best ones for them. If you are bearing the same perplex in your mind, the following part of the article is going to help you a lot.
The succeeding tips will let you end up buying the right kind of jewellery which can match your wedding dress flawlessly.
- Opt for the matching metals
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Undoubtedly, some metals look spectacular in certain colors of wedding dresses. For example, if your dress is of any bright reddish shade, golden pieces of jewellery will be just perfect. Next, you should know that even ivory goes amazingly well with gold. The glossy look of gold spotlights the creamy tint of the fabric.
However, if you’ve chosen the serene white as your colour, don’t go for gold. It will clash badly. Instead, you should choose the hues in platinum or silver. Above that, try to go for such pieces of jewellery with pearl embellishments in it. It will look even more splendid!
Choose your jewellery wisely because it can make or break your wedding look. You can look for some bridal jewellery photos and inspiration on the WedMeGood app (BTW, this app can help you in planning your wedding too with a list of wedding vendors and tons of wedding ideas). You can also find a bridal makeup artists for your wedding day. Ok, coming back to the bridal jewellery, also consider whether you are going to have a day wedding or a night wedding.
- Dress’s neckline matters
When it comes to matching the right jewellery with your wedding dress, you should consider the neckline of your dress. If you’ve opted for a strapless or sweetheart neckline, a short necklace or a choker is your cup of tea. It will indicate a height and grab people’s eyes towards your face.
There is a yet another option to look stunning with such a dress. Just don’t wear a neckpiece and keep it limited up to long and beautiful chandelier earrings. It will definitely look elegant!
When you’re having V-neck, go for a choker or pendant. Also, you can layer both the pieces if they are delicate enough.
If the dress is having a halter neck, focus more on elevating the look of your hair while using attractive pins, combs and vines. You can also wear a small yet enticing embellished crown. Additionally, you can wear a bracelet, long earrings, and cocktail ring. Here, just avoid anything in the neck!
- Don’t over-accessorize
It’s your wedding look! So, you might sometime become a bit more exaggerated to drape yourself in every piece of jewellery that you come across.
It’s definitely a big No, No!
It will end up letting your look overdone. Here, the ultimate mantra is ‘less is more’. So, before you go for buying your jewellery, make a list of the outstanding features of your wedding dress. Next, what you need to do is just keep your choices limited around them.
For instance, a dress with an ornate neckline doesn’t need a necklace. Only a pair of gorgeous earrings or wedding ring will do. For a simple dress, your necklace should make a bold statement to act as the eye-catcher.
Howbeit, one intricate thing to keep in mind while buying your wedding jewellery- Don’t go for such designs which are having almost the same embellishments as your dress.
A matchy-matchy look is never good!
So, this is how you can buy the perfect piece of jewellery as per your wedding dress.
What are you waiting for?
Go out for your bijouterie shopping now!
Last but not the least, wish you a very happy married life ahead.
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