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If there is one thing that will last far beyond the wedding celebration, it’s the jewelry you choose to wear for it. When you pick pieces as special as the occasion, keep in mind that such sentimental souvenirs could become heirlooms for generations to come.
A spectacular necklace or diamond earring can take your bridal look to the next level—especially when paired with the the De Beers curation of “I do” ready jewelry. There are a few factors to consider when styling your wedding dress with jewelry that makes a statement: The color of the metals and the overall aesthetic of the look you want for your wedding day.
Take cues from the brilliant round cut diamonds of your engagement ring, and channel Old Hollywood elegance. Couple classic silhouettes such as a poised column skirt and off-the-shoulder neckline with delicate accessories that amp up the era’s iconic glamour. A dazzling necklace or a pair of statement earrings are the perfect way to give your wedding day look a modern twist. Case in point: this silk silhouette with a drop diamond necklace and earrings.
For the modernist who prefers clean lines, opt for sculptural pieces that reflect the smart and sharp sensibilities of your radiant-cut engagement ring. Sleek and timeless style heroes (Think: An asymmetrical slip gown paired with lace-up heels) are the perfect way to make sure you shine for your chic soiree. So, choose a diamond tennis bracelet or a sophisticated pair of studs that you’ll cherish now and forever after.
Botanical influences are undoubtedly romantic, so play into your rose gold and pavé diamond engagement ring with a similarly sweet and bohemian flare. A ruffled silk organza dress with floral embroidery will drive home a garden party feel of your wedding day ensemble. Rosy jewelry accents are the perfect way to complete your wedding day look.
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