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What Is Considered Classic Bridal Jewelry?
   
 

Answer: Classic bridal jewelry is simple yet elegant, and is often reflected in pieces done in diamonds and pearls.

Necklaces
Diamond and pearl necklaces will never go out of style. Diamonds match any outfit, while lustrous pearls perfectly pair with a white or off-white wedding gown. Whether you choose a diamond pendant or a single strand of pearls, make sure that the length of your necklace matches the cut of your gown. A choker necklace is a popular choice for a strapless style. For a V-neck, the chain should fall halfway between the base of the neck and the point of the V. The universal 14- to 16-inch choker is versatile and works well with almost any dress.

Earrings
Although mere trifles, earrings play an important role in completing your look. Try on different styles to see what looks best with your gown’s neckline and the hairstyle you are planning to wear on the Big Day. Drop pearls with diamond accents are an elegant selection; however, if your gown is heavily beaded, you may want to wear something more subtle such as diamond studs.

Hair Accessories
Another place for wedding-day jewelry is in your hair. A tiara can add glamour to your ensemble, but remember to choose something dainty so it doesn’t look as if you’re wearing a crown. You can also forego the tiara and wear small hairpins with Swarovski- crystal accents. To bring a modern twist to your bun, section your hair and weave a strand of pearls in between before tucking it back. Remember that proportion is the key, so choose the look that will best complement your hairstyle.

Finally, don’t forget the most classic pieces of all – family heirlooms. Items such as your grandmother’s ring or your mother’s wedding necklace will truly stand the test of time.

 

1. What Is The Most Popular Colored Bridal Gemstone Jewelry?
2. What Is Considered Classic Bridal Jewelry?
3. Which Type of Wedding Day Accessories Are Essential For Brides?
4. Are There Ways To Save Money On Wedding Day Jewelry?
5. What Styles Of Jewelry Should Bridesmaids Wear?
6. Which Necklaces Go Best With A Strapless Gown?
7. What Are The Top Hair Accessories For Brides?

 

 

 

 

 


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