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All You Need to Know About Choosing Bridal Jewelry

You definitely want to look special, if not glowing, on your wedding day. What could highlight your exquisite wedding dress better than diamond bridal jewelry? The popularity of diamond, gold, and silver jewelry is well reflected in a recent Fortune Business Insights™ report, which predicts that the global jewelry market size could reach a whopping $266.53 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 3.7% from 2020 to 2027

If you’re worried that diamond bridal jewelry might be well beyond your wedding budget, here's what you should know. Firstly, if you choose lab-grown diamonds, you can get the most sophisticated and trendy designs at the most affordable prices. Secondly, consider shopping online. You will not only be able to access a huge range of designs and prices, but you might also just come across great discounts and offers. On the other hand, if you are looking for gold or silver bridal jewelry as a gift, you will find just the right choices online. But before you start shopping, here’s what you should know.

Things to Keep in Mind When Selecting Bridal Jewelry Here’s a checklist that you can tick off while looking to buy diamond wedding jewelry online.

Highlight Your Wedding Dress

Even for a wedding, less is more. You don’t want to look like a Christmas tree, right? Your bridal jewelry should complement your wedding dress, not steal attention from it. For instance, if your wedding dress has an ornate neckline, wearing a necklace would make the entire neck and bust area look very cluttered, with the gown and the necklace fighting for attention. On the other hand, beautiful diamond drop earrings could accentuate the ornate neckline.

You can get creative too. You could choose gemstone earrings for a splash of color. Imagine a brilliant emerald, surrounded by smaller diamonds in stud or drop earrings. You could choose silver or white gold as the metal for your bridal jewelry to avoid adding too many elements of color. On the other hand, if you are wearing a champagne-colored gown, yellow gold could work well, or yellow-brown topaz as the central stone for your necklace and/or earrings. Rose gold could work well with a blush dress, with gemstones like rubies or garnets.

Keep Your Neckline in Mind

The gown’s neckline will determine which type of necklace you wear or whether you should wear a necklace at all. For strapless and sweetheart necklines, choose a necklace that sits beautifully on your collarbones, far from the neckline. This will heighten the length of the neck and torso.

On the other hand, for a high neck, ditch the necklace for danglers. There are exquisite designs in danglers when you check out diamond bridal jewelry online. For a V-neckline, consider a pendant that sits a little lower, accenting the V. You could pair the necklace with drop or dangler earrings in the same design.

For halter necks and reverse halters, a floral up do for your hair with diamond stud earrings or small drop earrings could work well. You could also consider a bracelet or cocktail ring, but not both.

Length of the Sleeves

The length of the sleeves of your wedding dress will determine the type of bracelet you wear or whether you should wear one at all. If you have a long-sleeved gown, avoid a bracelet or if you really do want to wear one, consider a bolo bracelet, with a single row of diamonds. For shorter sleeve lengths or sleeveless gowns, you could consider tennis bracelets, cuff bracelets, and more. But remember to wear the bracelet on the right hand, so that you don't take attention away from the all-important ring finger on your left hand.

Make sure you check out the collections on offer online to get great deals on your purchase of bridal jewelry. When you buy diamond bridal jewelry online, check whether the retailer offers a certificate of authenticity. For instance, Jewelili is an online jewelry store that specializes in diamond and gemstone jewelry and every piece comes with a certificate of authenticity for the gemstones used.

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