Guess; you have found your wedding gown. Your next step is selecting the right accessories. Here sharing useful advice to choose the best accessories.
Match your metals
Most people do not know this principle. Certain dress colors go well with some unique metals. A common rule is gold and ivory pairs good since it helps to highpoint the creamy shade of the fabric. If you are buying a pure white dress, you can select accents in platinum or silver or that has pearl detailing. Gold mixes excellently with white hues. If you are picking a diamond white gown, the off-white color goes amazing with pearls, silver, rose gold or yellow gold. If you have purchased a dress decorated with beadwork, you will have a tough time choosing unique accessories. For silver beading, you can select earrings, bracelet and necklace with silver base.
Less is more
You do not have to wear sash, necklace, earrings, tiara and a veil. Accessories help to give a unique look but it does not mean that you have to wear everything you pick. It is best to keep accessories to a minimum. Your gown should stand out and your accessories should help complement it. It should not look odd. If you have selected simple gowns, you can beautify your overall look by adding big accessories. If your hair is down or over your ears, you can use small drops or studs. For updo, you need to pick something dramatic. Chandelier danglershelp to give a dramatic look. It is recommended to avoid patterns that have designs of your gown. There is no need to pick matchy-matchy accessories. It is out of trend.
Know your veils
It is the most important bridal accessory. You have lots of options ranging from ornate mantillas and regal cathedral length classes to flirty birdcages. However, you have to keep certain things in mind when you are buying the right kind of veil.
· Your veil can match your gown shade. You can choose according to your day-to-day look.
· Be careful when selecting a style. In some cases, your dress may have lot of things. It is best to stick to a simple veil so that it does not rob the spotlight.
· When you want to show your back portion of your dress for the sake of its gorgeous beading or embroidery, you can select a sheer veil. It looks best than tulle of two layers.
Floor length veils or longer waltz will lengthen a diminutive frame whereas mid length styles like elbow length veils or fingertip veils will visually divide you in half. It is necessary to choose a better piece, especially for taller brides. Bandeau or birdcage are short styles. It works for all sizes and shapes. It helps to offer retro and fun feel to your gown.
Top it off:
Apart from veils, there are plenty of things you need to consider. You have to select hairstyle before picking the accessories. Some hairstyles will not go with certain accessories. For loose looks, flower crowns are top choices.