13 Suggestions For Wedding Day Wear

Up and coming trends for the 2017 wedding season

Wedding season 2017 is in full swing. And according to our friends at The Knot, brides are branching out when it comes to their down-the-aisle accessories. While some trends may seem a bit “out there”, The Knot confirms we’ll be seeing a lot more of these in wedding jewelry to come. Here’s a Stuller take on some of these up-and-coming trends:

The Cocktail Ring

These large evening baubles are still making frequent appearances and are grander than ever. A cocktail ring will accent the wedding dress without overdoing it. The Knot says, “Consider your own take on the trend if you’re wearing a gown with loads of surface interest – think ornate embroidery or dimensional lace.”

 

The Short Necklace

Okay, so the trend was actually chokers, but shorter necklaces can work the same here –walking that fine line between demure and va-va-voom. The Knot says, “A wider version should be your go-to if you’re wearing a strapless dress or a gown with a plunging neckline, while a smaller chain balances a more voluminous look.”

 

The Delicate Touch

Not every piece of wedding jewelry needs to make a big statement. The Knot says, “Dainty pieces make a subtle but lasting impression while adding to the easy, youthful vibe of flowing dresses.” Bonus: After your wedding day, you can wear this kind of delicate jewelry every day.

 

The Hoop Earring

When it comes to hoop earrings, the bigger, the better. The Knot says, “While they may not seem bridal at first look, the slim – and very modern – style can give a more traditional dress a bit of edge.” And because they aren’t a normal choice down the aisle, they give the bride a double dose of personality too.​

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