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November07

Choosing Jewelry For Your Wedding Gown’s Neckline

Wearing stunning jewelry boosts a girl's confidence on her wedding day. Don't let these wonderful pieces ruin your ensemble by being too much or too little in contrast to your wedding gown.  Listed below are some accessorizing tips for four common wedding dress necklines that will surely help you out.

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Bateau/Boat Neck
The bateau neckline follows the natural curve of the collar bone. Keep your accessories simple and elegant, so as not to compete with the fabric close to the neck. Necklaces with a little length are perfect for this retro style. You could also forego a necklace and go with mid-length earrings and a matching bracelet. We recommend drop earrings to create some movement, but not so long that they graze the shoulder or come close to the dress fabric. Depending on your hairstyle, you can accessorize with a hair comb as well for some extra bling. Source: TheEveryLastDetail

Illusion Neckline
Illusion necklines guarantee a double take, but Brenner says to get even more glam with the look. "It's best to go with an earring and let this delicate trend speak for itself around your neck," Brenner explains. Source: Brides

Strapless Neckline
Bold multistrand necklaces, bejeweled bibs, and even classic pearls sync up exquisitely with this dress shape -- think of it as the ultimate blank canvas. Then follow the "less is more" mantra for earrings: Studs or small drops hit all the right notes. "A strapless neckline shows off your clavicle and shoulders," says bridal designer Reem Acra. "To accentuate these areas even more, choose jewelry that hits right at your collarbone." Source: MarthaStewartWeddings

V-Neck
Add a delicate pendant necklace to a gown with a low V-neck. It will give just the right amount of glitz to an otherwise simple look. Source: Elle

 

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