Any jewelry that is big, bold and personalized will be popular for 2013. Brides are trying to be more and more unique by giving their look an edge. Big stones and statement pendants are always a nice touch.
Vintage touches, as well as pieces that look homemade, have been showing up throughout all aspects of the wedding recently. It’s an elegant way to accessorize your wedding ensemble. Layers of pears, cameo necklaces and chokers are great necklace choices. For earrings, studs and drop earrings are the two pieces that remain true to the era. Vintage bracelets are usually delicate and dainty.
Brides are adding a pop of color to their all-white attire by incorporating colored gemstones as accessories. They’re typically sticking to gemstone rings. What better way to accomplish “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue” than with blue gemstone jewelry?
Opals and tourmaline stones will be big throughout the entire jewelry industry next year and will look amazing in necklaces and bracelets. This is especially special jewelry is you have an October birthday, since these are the official birthstones.
This popular wedding jewelry trend is still lingering around from last year and isn’t showing signs of going away anytime soon. The bigger and bolder the chandelier earrings, the better! They look especially good with a streamlined dress.
When we think of pearls, we think of the classic, round and simple strands of pearls. While these are a great and classic look, especially for the bridesmaids, irregular shaped pearls are showing up frequently on the runways. This is another great way to add a unique touch to the bridal look.
Barrettes, hair bands, tiaras and broaches pinned in place have been showing up all over the runways. Hair accessories are becoming all the rage, especially among younger brides, to add a whimsical effect to the bridal look.
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