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There are lots of stunning bridal accessories that ar accessible in the market. Basically, they are available in a wide range of alternatives to suit each temperament, yet as to the type of a wedding ceremony.


You should ask yourself what look you want to have, like are you going big and glamorous? If yes, it will be fantastic if you will include some elaborated touches such as pins, flowers, or other nice pieces.


On the other hand, if you want to have a fairytale look on your wedding day, tiaras and gorgeous chandelier earrings are perfect accessories to wear.


Let’s break down now


1.Wedding gown
There are many different varieties of wedding gowns that you can choose from. If you have the finances or if you have a special design you have in mind, you can get your bridal dress made specifically for you.


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There are many tiny details that you can take care of while choosing your gown so that your bridal dress turns out just perfect. Some of the main details are the material, color, necklines of the gown.


Once these are designed or selected to your satisfaction, you can move on to the finer details of the gown like the embroidery and designs that lend your bridal gown its personality.


Hair accessories

2. Wedding Headbands - Have one customized to suit your hair color and have it studded with pearls or crystals. It can be worn with whatever kind of hairdo you plan on having.



3.Wedding Hair Combs - These are best worn with all or some of the hair up. They come in different sizes and shapes, studded with diamante or pearls and add glamour to any sort of hairstyle.



4.Wedding Tiaras - These are a favorite and go well with a beautiful veil. Choose a style of tiara best suited to your face and the kind of dress you plan to wear.



5.Wedding Hair pins - These tiny little bridal accessories are as important to your overall look as your gown itself. If your hair will be up for the day, you'll need pins to keep it in place. Decorative hairpins will look much better than plain, generic ones. 


6.Shoes - First things first: you need to take into account your height compared with your fiance's, the kind of ground you'll be walking on (think garden wedding) and how much comfort you want. You don't want your big day ruined by excruciating feet. 



Jewelry - Bling is the thing. This year, bridal accessories tend more towards glitzy and feminine rather than subdued and low-key. Go for an outstanding piece and don't overdo the look by wearing matching earrings, necklace and bracelets.  


From the simplest posts to crystal drops earrings are a great place to add some sparkle.


Start out simple with a Button Crystal Earring. This is for brides who want to wear an earring close to the ear. It has a post and clutch back. There is even a matching Button Crystal engagement ring that finishes off the look.

With a little more drop to them are the 1½-inch Crystal Linear Earrings with Pearl Drop. These linear earrings are accented with a rhinestone chain and a pearl drop, combining two great elements in the fashionable design. While they are eye-catching, they are still basically a pearl drop, which is in keeping with a conservative look.
A bolder look is again found in the trendy Crystal Linear drop earrings, these with round, clear stones dropping along a 2¼-inch chain.


Another area where jewelry can enhance your wedding look is around your neck. Chances are if you are a conservative bride, you won't be covering up the cleavage with jewelry. But you will want to compliment the neckline of your wedding dress with a sparkle or two.



A sterling silver necklace is about as classic a necklace as you can wear on your wedding day. Another variation is the simple Classic Pearl Hand-knotted necklace. For around 40 dollars, you can purchase a string of 6mm faux pearls on a hand-knotted necklace. The necklace is a generous 16 inches long and it has a 2-inch 14-carat gold-plated chain extender and lobster clasp closure.


If you want a reasonably priced stone necklace, check out the Classic Crystal Pave Necklace with a round stone center for about 25 dollars. The one brilliant round crystal pendant rests in a pave crystal setting. It is anchored on a necklace that measures 16 inches with a 2-inch extender. The chain closes with a sterling silver-plated lobster clasp. The necklace is available with matching crystal earrings.


Like the earrings, the necklace is made with an open leaf motif. It measures 13 inches with a 6-inch extender. Alone or with the earrings, this shorter necklace will enhance any neckline.

9.Bridal Purses
Most bridal purses you can get personalized to add that little extra special touch to your wedding day. Bridal purses also make a nice unique and fun bridesmaid gift for your wedding party. Most bridal clutch purses come with wedding day emergency kits that will most likely come in handy on your wedding day.



10.Wedding garters
Most retailers carry a vast array of wedding garters to choose from. They can come theme-related, personalized and many other ways that you would like. Most come with free tossing garters so you can keep your precious keepsake garter for yourself.




Gloves are a very traditional bridal accessory. In fact, many brides consider gloves to be so old-fashioned that they no longer bother with them.


The most recent crop of wedding gloves, however, have little in common with a demure elbow length pair of white kid gloves.


These gloves were wild statement-making accessories and were not the least bit quaint. In keeping with the black and white wedding trend, long black gloves have been seen in the collections of several designers.


Also on the runway: short fingerless gloves encrusted with crystals. What do you think? Would these gloves be stylish and new or would they detract too much from the bridal gown?

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