When it comes to style, we’re all for breaking the so-called “rules.” But that doesn’t mean there aren’t still tried-and-true tips to help you look your best, including for your wedding day jewellery. So, if you need just a little guidance when it comes to accessorising your gown, read on below. Accessorise your bridal look flawlessly with these helpful hints.
1. Don’t overdo it –
The first commandment for picking out your wedding jewellery: Don’t go overboard. It might be super tempting to load up on baubles and bling, but you don’t want to risk letting your accessories outshine you. Keep ‘less is more’ as your mantra and stick with a few key pieces rather than accessorising every single part of your body.
2. Match your metals to your dress –
Can’t decide between silver and gold jewellery? Let the colour of your gown guide your choice. If your gown is white, it’s bright hue looks prettiest with platinum or silver pieces. The ivory gown’s creamy shade can be best enhanced by the 22 ct Indian gold jewellery. If your gown is champagne, gold jewellery will complement the warm tones in this very light beige colour. Try rose gold, if your gown is blush. The pink cast in the metal will perfectly coordinate with the soft pink of the dress.
3. Consider your dress’ neckline –
Your gown’s décolletage will play a significant role in framing your face. Help it do its job by selecting jewellery that pairs perfectly with it.
If your gown has a V-neck – This style opts for a choker or pendant, or try layering both if they’re delicate pieces. Pair the 22 ct Indian gold jewellery with earrings, which could be small or dangling—whichever looks best with your hairstyle.
If your dress has a halter or reverses halter: Try focusing your accessorising on your hair by decorating it with combs, pins or vines. These can be sleek, bejewelled or floral, depending on the effect you desire.
4. Don’t get overwhelmed –
If deciding on your jewellery seems more difficult than finding the gown, focus your search. Find one piece you adore and want to invest in, and wear that.
Still in doubt? Simple pearl or diamond studs are always a classic. Just be sure you don’t purchase them as part of a set. While jewellery suites used to be a go-to, modern brides avoid accessories that match completely with each other.
5. Be yourself –
The most valuable thing about picking the perfect pieces for your wedding gown is they should be a reflection of you. If you’re not comfortable wearing big earrings, stick to studs. Love the way you look in a necklace? Go for it! If you’re happy with all your accessories, you’ll feel confident—and that’s the best accessory for a wedding!
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