As you're going about with all the details of your ultimate celebration, don't overlook the importance of accessories.  Completing your wedding day look with class and shine is 
what it's all about.   

Your wedding day is one of the most important moments of your life. What to wear could be the very first thing or last thing you do as a bride-to-be. You might have a heirloom jewelry that you long to wear on this next chapter of your life or like most, like to find some shine to enhance and complement your overall wedding day look.   

It is our hope through this blog to help you gain insights, get ideas and suggestions to help you prioritize and help you happily get ready for your big day... 

Here are 5 points to know about accessories:

1. Minimal is a Good Friend 

Keeping classic and minimal as a motto while choosing your "Blings". Don't take the risk of letting your jewelry outshines you on your big day!

2. The Color of Dress

Love both SILVER and GOLD and can't decide on which one? Well, let the color of your bridal gown guide your choice...

If your gown is white:: Choose platinum or silver pieces to complement this classic and bright color.

If your gown is ivory: The warm shine will best enhance this creamy shade.

If your gown is champagne: Gold jewelry is a perfect match to this warm and cheery color. For your antique-inspired look, burnished silver with rhinestones also works well.

If your gown is blush: Take a different route than silver and gold and choose rose gold. Its soft and gentle glow will match and be a pleasing complement to the soft pink of the dress.


3. Neckline Consideration

You choose your gown’s neckline to complement your body and frame your face.  The right jewelry can also complement and enhance your overall look. The following are some information and suggestions to think of when deciding what jewelry to wear...

If your dress has a sweetheart or strapless neckline: Consider wearing a choker or a shorter necklace, to the effect of elongate your neck and direct all eyes to your beautiful smile. Necklace that frames your neck is timeless, such as the small pearl necklace that is enjoying a comeback for its classic appeal. Another option: To be on trend, wear statement chandelier earrings as an accent accessory.  This works well when you pull your hair up showing your neck. As the focus will be on your sweetheart neckline, it's also good to keep visual balance and interest with a smaller bracelet.
If your dress has a V-neck: This confident and versatile style is made for a choker or pendant look, or try layering both if they’re delicate pieces. Match the necklace with small or dangling earrings —dependent on your chosen hair style. 

If your dress has a halter or reverse halter: This dress elongates your frame and brings attention to your face and hair, so it's best to wear earrings and hair accessories, such as clips, flowers or even a tiara. These can be sleek, jeweled or floral, depending on the overall look you want.

4. Don’t get Overwhelmed

If deciding on your jewelry seems more difficult than finding the gown, then refocus your search. First decide on a style and work from there. Keep in mind that simple pearl or diamond studs are always a classic and timeless choice. As a fashion rule, while jewelry suites used to be a go-to look for it's convenience of unity, take note that modern trends have moved on from accessories that come in matching set to a more personalized and versatile look.

 5. Tried-and-True, be comfortable 

The most important thing about choosing accessory pieces for your wedding gown is that they should be a reflection of you. If you're not comfortable wearing big, chandelier earrings, stick to simpler stud earrings. when you're happy and feel right in what you're wearing, you exudes confidence - and that’s the best jewel of all!


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