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Neckline Madness

September 12, 2012

You have your dress picked out.. Now what? Accessorize! Here is a guide as to pairing your wedding dress neckline with the best fit jewelry.

Sweetheart Neckline

Sweetheart necklines are made to show off your collarbones, neck, and face area. To have all eyes on you be sure to wear a necklace that rests right on your collarbone to allow both the dress and your jewelry to accentuate this area. Also, these necklines are best paired with large earrings, whether stud or dangle.

Sweetheart

One Shoulder Neckline

One shoulder necklines do most of the work for your jewelry. Because you already have so much going on with the neckline, the best idea is to skip the necklace all together. Go for a long pair of earrings, the thicker the better! Be sure to wear a bracelet on your bare arm for extra bling!

One Shoulder

Strapless Neckline

Strapless dresses are also made to accentuate your face and neck area. Play this area up with a multi strand necklace. Pearls always look good layered! For your ears, pair your necklace with matching stud earrings. Pearl necklace? Pearl earrings!

Strapless

V-Neck

V-Necks can be difficult to pair the right jewelry with, but don’t fret, we’re here to help! Try putting on long earrings that catch light from the front and the back. For a necklace, try a small pendant or something very delicate.

V-Neck

Bateau Neckline

Bateau necklines should be accessorized with a “bib-like” necklace. The necklace should be longer, not as thick as the strapless necklines, but still have some depth to it. Try a piece that is light enough to see through the jewels.

Bateau

Each neckline is specifically designed to perfectly pair with your jewelry. After you figure out your neckline, the jewelry will just fall into place! For more jewelry options check out Martha Stewart for a slideshow of ideas!

XOXO Jordan

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