Posted on Thursday, February 27th, 2014 at 11:22 am by Aaron
The dress rules
Your dress style dictates your hairstyle. Meet with your hair stylist (the same one who will do your hair ON your wedding day!) a few weeks before to decide on an elaborate updo, chic bob or long, romantic curls. Bring the dress. And your veil. And any earrings and other jewelry you are considering—including hair pins or hair accessories. Take photos.
Pick something to fit the style, from long chandelier earrings to bold diamond creations.
These Simon G. stunners complete the look with an updo hairstyle.
If your look is modern, go for edgy or geometric.
These more geometric earrings from Simon G. sparkle beneath a modern updo hairstyle.
More classic? Choose heirloom or vintage jewelry. If your dress is strapless, ensure your earrings and necklace do not compete for attention.
How about these Sylvie Collection classic pear-shaped crystals surrounded by diamonds to finish off your bridal look?
Similar to guidance for an updo, but choose smooth-surface earrings to avoid snags.
Consider large hoops or large but simple studs: diamonds and pearls are always a style win.
You can wear just about any earrings and necklace.
These Simon G. earrings perfectly complement a medium-length hairstyle, catching the sunlight, candle light and dance floor night all through your wedding day.
Let your style decide, from bold to more delicate. To make shorter hair appear longer, wear earrings that dangle longer than your hair tips.
Make earrings more prominent by tucking hair behind an ear—or use a simple bobby pin or fancier hair accessory.
From romantic curls to sleek tresses, go for balance with a shorter ‘do.
These Simon G. diamond stud earrings have just the right amount of style for a short hairdo on your wedding day.
Keep your earrings subtle, such as diamond studs, simple pearls, classy loops or hoops.
Whether your engagement ring is a halo or not, these Hearts on Fire diamond earrings will make your wedding day attire and hair absolutely perfect.
Your earrings, necklace and/or bracelet do not need to be from the exact same set. Look for themes that go together, such as all diamonds, all white gold, all round pearls, all rose gold or all a certain gemstone in different shapes and settings.