When we think of the style of a bride on her wedding day, the first thing that comes to mind is undoubtedly the wedding dress. But apart from the dress, there are many other things that complete and characterize the outfit making it personal. This is the case of jewels, which must be carefully chosen to obtain a perfect bridal outfit. These are some tips to follow.
Match the Jewels to Your Wedding Dress
The first thing to keep in mind when choosing jewellery is the style of wedding dress you will be wearing. A wedding dress with a voluminous skirt does not have the same effect as a mermaid model, so knowing which jewels are the ones that best match the various models is essential. If you are going strapless with a beautiful sweetheart neckline, do not use too flashy jewels.
The attention will anyway be projected at your bare shoulders and crowding the area out with huge jewellery can get tacky. For a square collar line, pick a necklet that is not too long, since it should stop a few centimetres above the neckline. The ideal is to choose a choker. For a transparent neckline, asymmetrical neckline and American neckline, it is better to do without the necklace and wear a pair of button earrings.
Keep in Mind the Time, Location and Theme of The Wedding
If your wedding is celebrated during the day, it is better to opt for simpler and more refined jewellery. If the wedding, however, is in the evening, the jewels can be more conspicuous, such as maxi earrings, more elaborate necklaces and coloured stones.
Taking the location into consideration, if you get married in a garden, on a farm or in an outdoor area, simplicity must reign supreme. If, on the other hand, you are going to get married indoors, in a hotel or in a reception room, you can dare with something different and colourful. If you are having a gypsy themed wedding, an anklet and even onastring earrings will give you a funky look.
Choose the Jewellery Based on The Hairstyle and Shape of Your Face
Each haircut and each face shape are different, for this reason it is necessary to know well which type of jewellery best suits your facial features. If you have decided on a low or semi-collected hairstyle, choose short or clip earrings with pearls or diamonds. If you have decided to keep your hair loose and think that the hair length covers the jewellery, opt for something more surprising with rhinestones or medium-sized circles.
If you have short hair, long earrings are ideal. In reference to the shape of your face, if it is round, you can choose earrings and jewels that develop in length that slim the features. If, on the other hand, you have a square face, avoid symmetrical jewelries and pick somewhat curvier. If your face is elongated, choose voluminous or otherwise showy jewels, even vintage, so that you can go back to wearing them on other occasions too.