When it comes to the style, we’re all for breaking the so-called ‘rules.’ But that doesn’t mean there aren’t still smart tips to help you look the best, including for your wedding day jewellery. So if you want to have a little guidance when it comes to accessorising your gown, read on below.
- Don’t overdo it.
The first rule for picking out your 22ct gold bridal jewellery: Don’t overdo it. No matter how super tempting it is to load up on distinct fashions, you don’t wish to risk letting your accessories outshine your personality. Keep ‘less is more’ as your secret mantra and stick with a few essential items rather than accessorising each part of your body.
- Match your metals to your dress.
Can’t decide between silver and gold? Let the colour of your wedding gown guide your choice.
White Gown: This bright hue looks beautiful with silver or platinum pieces.
Ivory Gown: Gold jewellery will best intensify this creamy shade.
Champagne Gown: Gold jewellery will subtly complement the warm tones in this very light beige colour.
Blush Gown: Try rose gold. The pink shade in the metal will correlate with the soft pink of the dress.
- Consider your dress’ neckline.
Your gown’s décolletage will play a role in framing your face. Select jewellery which pairs perfectly with your dress’ neckline.
To create height and direct all eyes to your smile, consider wearing a shorter or choker necklace. This traditional style is making a comeback and looks eternal with this neckline.
V-neck: This style is made for the décolletage decoration. Opt for a pendant or choker. Pair the necklace with beautiful earrings, which could be small or dangling—whichever looks excellent with your hairstyle.
Halter or reverses halter: Focus you’re accessorising on your hair by decorating it with pins, vines, or combs. These can be sleek, bejewelled or floral, depending on the effect you want to have.
- Don’t get overwhelmed.
If deciding on your 22ct bridal jewellery seems more complicated than finding the gown, then focus your search. Find one piece you cherish and want to invest in, and wear it at your wedding. Pure pearl or diamond studs are always classic. Just be sure you don’t purchase them as part of a set.
- Be yourself.
The most crucial thing about choosing the perfect pieces for your wedding gown is they should be a reflection of your persona. If you’re not comfortable and satisfied wearing big, chandelier earrings, stick to the studs. If you love the way you shine in a lariat necklace, just go for it! If you’re happy and feel confident in your current jewellery pieces, those are the best accessory of all.
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