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Wedding Jewellery: What to Avoid?

Wedding Jewellery: What to Avoid?
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If the dress makes the wedding, then we say the jewellery makes the dress. This blog will help brides across the globe create their aisle style. No Bride wants to have bridal blunders. So, here is our top wedding jewellery Don’ts so that you can avoid mistakes on such a great day of your life.

DON’T wear a necklace with an asymmetrical gown trend.
A one-shoulder gown is already an impressive statement in itself. Adding a heavy necklace to your look is a clear no-no. Not only will it have you looking quite unbalanced, but also it ruins the interesting line of the gown. Opt for a spectacular pair of stud earrings and a bold cuff.

DON’T wear a watch.
We know you have a tight schedule to keep, but this is your day, so skip the watch and let your wedding planner and family handle timing. Think of all the close-up shots of your hands; there are few things less elegant than wearing a wristwatch. Choose a shimmering bracelet instead.

DON’T over-accessorise.
For extreme-chic looks, we advise the ‘less is more’ concept. If you wish to make a strong statement, choose one part of the body to accentuate with a big piece, and balance the rest with small 22ct gold jewellery. For a traditional affair, you’re almost always safe with a bracelet and earrings combo.

DON’T compromise personal style.
This isn’t the day to try something completely new or go out of your usual comfort zone. All too often, we have seen brides head for trends, rather than portraying their true style. There’s already enough to stress about on the day, much less supplementing the feeling you’re out of your skin. Go for classic notions of beauty, and you’ll walk tall and enjoy your pictures for a lifetime.

DON’T wear wire earrings.
Unfortunately, the wire earrings often fall under the category of handmade. We don’t mean to discourage the DIY girl or a wonderfully thoughtful gift, but wire earrings are too informal. Just don’t do it.

Ram Parkash Sunderdass & Sons (RPS) in Southall applies its experience and custom designing to the most exclusive pieces available. From leading-edge designs to spectacular gems from around the globe, from the contemporary to the traditional, the possibilities are endless. RPS Jewellers can design a unique and personalised setting for any jewel. From 22ct Indian gold to diamond, the RPS jewellers are proficient in creating the best bridal jewellery.

Explore our range of 22kt gold jewellery, here

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