This is my dress for a wedding in which I'm a bridesmaid. (Please excuse my son upskirting me). How much/what jewellery should I wear? It's an Indian wedding so the bride will be in lots of bangles and such and another bridesmaid is wearing a lot of bling too. TIA!
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02-11-2013 18:00 #1
My turn to be accessorised please!
02-11-2013 20:36 #2
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02-11-2013 20:50 #3
That's a very pretty, but busy dress, so I wouldn't wear any jewellery except for some nice earrings in turquoise/aqua or one solitary bangle in a similar colour, actually not unlike your shoes. If you did want to wear a necklace, I would keep it very simple/fine and elegant, not chunky as I think it would make it too busy and casual looking iykwim. As I said, it's a very feminine, pretty dress which alone is lovely.
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02-11-2013 21:55 #4
Love the turquoise shoes I would go maybe a chunky turquoise bangle to match the shoes. The dress is beautiful but busy I don't think it needs much
03-11-2013 08:06 #5
Thank you ladies! That's kind of what I was thinking but I'm usually rubbish at these things so thought I'd confirm...
03-11-2013 08:12 #6
MrsH you look hot!!!!
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03-11-2013 09:36 #9
I like your anklet, but I think it would be hard to walk with .
I agree with Uniquey.
03-11-2013 13:33 #10
I love the dress! I agree with all other posts turquoise to match your shoes. A bangle or cuff and some simple dangle earrings
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