When it comes to fashion, we are all in favor of breaking the so-called “rules.” But that doesn’t mean there is no proven way to help you stay in top shape, including wearing jewelry on the wedding day. So if you need some guidance, when it comes to decorating your dress, we want to tell you some.
- Don’t overdo it.
The first commandment to choose a wedding jewel: don’t overdo it. No matter how much you want to buy a lot of gadgets, you don’t want to risk your accessories to make you shine. Use “less is more” as your mantra, stick to a few key parts, rather than decorate every part of the body.
- Your jewelry Must Match your clothes.
Can’t choose between gold and silver jewelry? Let the color of your dress guide your choice.
If your dress is white: this bright color with platinum or silver looks the most beautiful.
If your dress is ivory, then gold jewellery will make your dress more creamy.
If your dress is champagne, then the golden jewellery will complement the warm beige tones. If you want to create a retro-style look, the bright silver with rhinestones is also good.
If your dress is blush, try rose gold. The pink cast in metal matches the soft pink color of the dress.
3. Consider the neckline of your clothes.
The low chest of the dress will play a role in your face. Help it do its job by choosing the jewelry that matches it perfectly.
If your skirt has a cute or strapless neckline: To keep all your eyes focused on your smile, consider wearing a necklace or a shorter necklace. This style is returning, and using this collar looks eternal. Another option: don’t wear a necklace and wear a statement chandelier earrings. Pull your hair off your face, put a few flowers, a feather hair clip popular in the 1920s, or some other simple decoration that matches your appearance. Because your chest is the focus, you will want your highlights, but don’t hesitate to add a smaller bracelet, bracelet or cocktail ring to balance everything.
If your clothes are v-necked: this style is used to decorate the chest. Choose necklaces or pendants. If they are all exquisite, try layering. Pair the necklace with the earrings. The earrings can be small or down, and any one can be paired with your hairstyle.
If your clothes have a sling or reverse sling: garnish your hair with pins, combs or vines and concentrate the accessories on your hair. They can be smooth, jeweled or floral, depending on the effect you want. Want a retro atmosphere? Try a gorgeous embellished birdcage veil. If you need something extra, wear a bracelet or a cocktail ring.
- Don’t let yourself be overwhelmed.
If choosing jewelry is more difficult than finding a dress, concentrate on finding it. Find a dress that you absolutely love and want to invest in, then put on it. Still skeptical? Simple pearls or diamond studs (clothing or other) are always classic. However, don’t buy them as part of a suit. Although the jewellery set used to be the bride’s first choice, modern brides will avoid accessories that look too collocation.
5. Be yourself.
The most important thing about choosing the perfect wedding dress is that they should be your reflection. If you don’t like wearing big chandelier earrings, stick to studs. Love the way you look in a lariat necklace? Just do it! If you are satisfied with all of your accessories, you will feel confident – this is the best accessory.