Diamond Rules for not Overdoing Your Jewelry 

Diamond Rules for not Overdoing Your Jewelry

Finding the wedding dress is most time consuming and sometimes it becomes tedious affair. The shopping, you enjoyed and it was a treat to relish. Now it’s the time to accessorize.  Never overdo the jewelry. It’s perhaps the first most important rule. It’s tempting to load up on baubles and bling and you don’t want your all precious stones to outshine on your big day.

Match the dress with your metal or vice versa- 

To choose wedding jewelry, you should analyze the wedding dress colour, that you are going to wear, so that you can match the jewelry with the colour. 

If your gown is white, then gold embellishments may interfere with the bright white hues. The pearls and platinum are the best option for this. On the contrary, if your gown is diamond white, then this barely off-white color works with gold and silver (and rose gold, and pearl -- you get the idea).

The ivory gowns are candlelight shade, soft, light white and some versions do have the yellow undertones. The gold jewelry highlights the creamy tint of the fabric. Adorn yourself with that...

Take décolletage into the consideration-

Décolletage pertains- a low neckline on a woman's dress or top. Or a woman's cleavage as revealed by a low neckline on a dress or top. If you pair your neckline style with the proper adornment, it can add character to your wedding gown or it can even highlight a unique feature.

Even the necklace can be skipped off and the focus can be on the great chandelier earrings instead. Clear crystals can be worn for the sleek appearance. You can even try wearing your Gemstone like the birth stone or a colour from the flower can be picked in your bridal bouquet. Don’t match with the embellishment on your Gown. Too much match would not appear good. 

Modern approach with the jewelry- if you have vintage appearance then you can be modern by creating a contrast with your jewelry.

For V neck-  

A thin chain with simple pendant is most elegant way to accessorize while pearls really exclude the classic charm. The matching earrings would be the best option for the crystal choker, to be decadent appearance..

Halter or Reverse Halter: Whether you wear your hair in a sleek bun or loose ponytail, dressing up your tresses is a great way to accessorize a halter gown. Headbands are a great way to add panache to your wedding updos. But if headbands aren't quite your style, try adding some sparkle to your hair with intricate crystal hairpins. If you've got a curly mane, five to seven hairpins is just right, while brides with thinner locks (or short hair) will get the same shine with two or three pins.

If you are doubtful, then stick to the basics.

If you are troubled for deciding the jewels than finding the jewels, then there is one jewelry- pair diamond drop earrings with a sophisticated necklace, such as strands of pearls or diamond pendant choker.

IN CRUX- Be yourself.

Most remarkable aspect of the wedding attire and accessories is to be comfy. if you are not then wear something you are comfortable in suppose you feel uncomfy in chandelier earrings, go for studs. ! If you're comfortable in all your accessories, your wedding day ensemble is guaranteed to dazzle.

Everything you need to know to find the perfect bridal jewelry.

Follow these four simple steps and you'll look like royalty without looking like you've raided the queen's closet


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