20 Party-Ready Jewels for Wedding Season
This year, you’re prepared for wedding season. You’ve scored the perfect dress, found the best dancing shoes and even got your gifts all wrapped and ready. With your giant list of tasks, you may have forgotten about one thing: accessories. Don’t worry — we’ve got you covered. Whether you want to stick to a classic look, follow this season’s hottest trends or amp up your look with a bold statement necklace, here are some wedding-ready pieces to keep your outfit on point all day and night.
1. Desert Ruby Gem Cuff ($26): Have fun with this season’s top colors with a bold and bright cuff. Wear this coral-studded bracelet with a neutral piece or create an eye-catching color combo by pairing it with something bright.
6. Wildflower Necklace ($118): Give the table centerpiece some competition with this colorful bouquet and rhinestone adornment. This floral necklace will pair well with a higher neckline to add a cool collar effect.
7. Curved Bar Chain Pendent ($25): Shimmy the night away to all of your favorite songs while rocking this statement metallic piece. We suggest pairing it with equally shiny shoes to pep up a solid frock.
8. Windrose Pave Cuff ($295): Looking to add a fashion-forward element to your wedding outfit? This splurge-worthy bracelet is just the thing.
9. Jewel Earrings ($18): Show your fancy side with some bright, colorful earrings.
12. Pearl Bar Pendent ($80): Give your classic pearl necklace a fun upgrade with a long beaded pendant. It would also look great paired with a trendy jumpsuit and platforms.
13. Coronation Ring Set ($34): Give your digits a little dazzle as you mingle during cocktail hour wearing this two-piece ring set.
15. Quartz Choker Necklace ($15): Crystal jewelry looks awesome with everything, and this elegant necklace will add a touch of Hollywood glam to your outfit. Pair it against a dark shade like marsala or navy.
17. Back Necklace ($40): Make your friends do a double take as you walk away in this stunning piece.
How do you accessorize when attending a wedding? Do you keep it simple or make a statement? Let us know in the comments below.