Properly accessorizing your wedding dress is more than important, especially when you want everything about your bridal look to be absolutely flawless. Do you know how to do it, though? Do you know how to pick the most beautiful and suitable accessories for your wedding gown? We have gathered some tips to help you with this – so read on if you want to find out more.

• It’s not just the earrings. Sure, wearing a beautiful pair of earrings can offer your natural beauty a gorgeous contour and it can make you shine. But, depending on your dress’ décolletage, there are other types of accessories that might look even better than the earrings: bold necklaces, statement bracelets, hair accessories, and so on.
• Less is always more. This is a rule you should remember for the rest of your life, not just on your wedding day. Wearing too many accessories will overshadow the dress and your natural beauty, so you definitely don’t want to do that.
• Your metals should match. Obviously, you are free to be as unconventional as you like – but please keep in mind that metals should match. Wearing a pair of silver earrings with a gold necklace and a white gold wedding ring is just not an option. It looks chaotic, disorganized and completely unflattering, so avoid doing this!
• Remember the wedding veil. You are not obliged to wear a wedding veil – but if you decide that this will be a nice addition for your look, make sure you take your silhouette, your wedding style and your wedding dress into consideration (both in terms of design and in terms of color).

Searching for the one, that one dress to make you feel drop dead gorgeous as you walk down the aisle? Come visit Amanda Lina’s Sposa Boutique and take a look at the stunning designer wedding gowns we have gathered in our store!

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