What Type Of Jewelry You Should Wear To Your Wedding

Posted on Apr 23 2014 - 12:14pm by admin
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What Type Of Jewelry You Should Wear To Your Wedding


The one mistake that most women tend to do when they’re getting dressed for their wedding is they tend to overdo it on the jewelry. You shouldn’t have too much jewelry on at your wedding. The most you should have on is a classic set of earrings, a beautiful single strand necklace, a bracelet and your engagement ring. That’s the most jewelry you need to have on before you get the only piece of jewelry that truly means anything on that amazing day—your wedding band.


Now, in case you’re wondering about the few items that were mentioned for you to wear. There’s very simple and elegant pieces that are very minimal but will do the grand job that you’d expect them to do, such as small pearl earrings. Small pearl earrings will show your radiant beauty in quite the way that you wouldn’t believe. With your hair up, pearl earrings will help set off your unique beauty and your darling look. Of course, you have to throw in a simple pearl necklace that truly brings an elegance and radiance to you that will captivate the entire room when you walk in. The pearl earrings and necklace is a very simple duo that’s all you need to throw with any color wedding dress and you are going to be just fine. Pearls do nothing but add class and prominence to anything it happens to grace.

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If you’re thinking about going for the trifecta with the pearl bracelet, then by all means go right ahead. Pearls is an accent piece to any wedding dress and will definitely provide you with the confidence that you’ll need to walk down the aisle past all of your loved ones to the love of you life and person you’ve decided to spend the rest of your life with. Pearls are the most minimal but highly effective pieces of jewelry that every woman should own, especially when it’s almost wedding time. You’ll be thankful that you have them and you will definitely appreciate them for years to come, maybe even passing them down as an heirloom to future daughters or daughter-in-laws.


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