Tuesday, 24 September 2019

Classy Ways to Accessorize Your Wedding Dress

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About to get married? Congratulations! There are probably plenty of things you have to do and tasks to take care of. Luckily, searching for the perfect wedding dress should be a fun thing to look forward to. Accessorizing your ideal gown can be even more exciting, but, in case you need some help with this, keep on reading.

Pick Your Veil Properly

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If you want to have a veil to accompany your bridal look, it’s important to get the material that perfectly matches the color of your wedding dress. What’s more, keep in mind what you want to show on your wedding day; do you have a dress with plenty of intricate details at the back? If so, you want a light, see-through veil that won’t cover everything up. Furthermore, if your wedding dress already has plenty of things going on, you should go for a simpler veil. Finally, the length of the veil can make a difference, too. If you’re shorter, you might want to look into really long veils. On the other hand, taller brides might benefit more from a fingertip or elbow-length veil. Birdcage or bandeau short veils look great regardless of your height and are very popular for a more retro wedding style.

Match The Jewellery To Your Dress

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If your wedding dress already has some beading and other detailed work in a certain colour, you want to match the base of your jewellery to it; so, gold lining with gold pieces, etc. In general, beautiful fine jewellery is your best option for a stylish and elegant bridal look. But the color of your dress will also dictate the metal you decide to go with. For instance, an ivory dress pairs best with gold jewellery. Pure white matches amazingly well with silver and platinum. Off-white diamond shades go great with rose gold, silver and pearls.

Be Careful Not To Go Overboard

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Less is more, and even though you want to accessorize your wedding dress, you don’t want to go overboard and make the whole look too cluttered. Essentially, you don’t need to have it all – necklace, bracelet, earrings together with tiara, veil and maybe even existing details on the dress will just be too much. It’s important to create balance. If you have an embellished neckline, skip the necklace and focus on earrings instead. But if you will keep your hair down instead in an elegant updo, you won’t need statement earrings. Also, you should choose between a tiara or a veil; both of them at the same time can clash with each other. Alternatively, you might want to try a flower crown instead of tiara and veils, which works best with flowy and simpler dresses.

Jazz It All Up With Shoes

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Shoes are a very important part of your bridal look, especially if you’re wearing a shorter dress that will show them off. Unlike veils, shoes can pop – however, if you want to go traditional, match the white or ivory shade of your dress to the shoes. On the other hand, you can always go with a splash of colour, which is a really popular trend. What’s more, rhinestones and other embellishments can look especially endearing on bridal shoes, especially when matched to jewellery. Most importantly, consider your comfort. If you can’t stand heels and don’t know how to walk properly in them, you don’t need to buy them for the wedding either. There are plenty of elegant low-heel shoes and flats available too. Make sure to wear your wedding shoes around your home for at least a couple of weeks to break them in before your wedding.

For your big day, you should be happy and satisfied; furthermore, you should give yourself the luxury to look however you want as a bride. In that respect, the most important bridal trends and accessories are your own dreams and ideas.