jewelry. Wednesday , June 28th , 2017 - 06:02:49 AM
Does my wedding jewelry need to coordinate with my dress? Yes. Just as you'd choose a veil or tiara to complement your hairstyle, bracelets, earrings and necklaces should be chosen to complement your dress. A single strand pearl bracelet or multiple-strand pearl bracelet looks best when paired with short sleeves or sleeveless dresses so they don't compete for attention with the dress. A dress with a high neckline looks best with a collar, choker or princess length necklace. A low neckline will accommodate many choices from a choker to a very long strand, called a "rope." Try several lengths to see how they complement your dress, and keep in mind that if you have too much skin between the necklace and the neckline you might be better off with a longer strand. If you're tempted to choose a very long strand, be aware that it might get in the way during the receptionyou don't want to smear your pearls with icing when you lean over to cut your cake! A pearl necklace should be shorter or longer than the neckline of your dress; pearls that touch the neckline will compete with the dress. When choosing pearl jewelry, consider, too, the complexity of the dress. A simple, elegant dress can look terrific with a classic single strand or a substantial, eye-catching piece. An intricately-beaded dress will generally look better when the jewelry stays simple and doesn't compete. As far as color goes, classic creamy white pearls complement most skin tones, although some brides' skin tones are best flattered with pearls with rosy overtones. Whether you want classic pearls or something a bit funkier, try several different looks with your dress. If you take your time and find a look that works for you, you'll be enjoying your pearls long after the honeymoon is over.
This tradition as continued to the present day, as this form of custom designed jewelry continues to be worn on what we now call the "ring finger" of the left hand, at least in North America and the U.K. In some cultures however - such as those of Poland and among orthodox Jews - custom design engagement rings are actually worn on the right hand.
But what about cost? Since some retailers can afford to buy diamonds as well as the jewelry they are set into in large quantities, they get a big break in what they pay for them and can afford to pass the savings on to you - its that simple.
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