Grace Kelly was famous for wearing pearls both on screen and in her private life, and Jackie Kennedy was quoted as saying “pearls are always appropriate” of the string that often decorated her neck. We also share a soft spot for the old Hollywood charm of pearls. The gleaming beauties-from-the-sea allow for a perfect finishing touch to any traditional wedding day look.
Here are six dazzling ways to wear them:
Decorate Your Dress
So, you want to add a little more sparkle to your wedding dress without looking to a statement sash? Take a peek at this broach by Glamadonna. It features sparkling Swarovski Crystals and ivory toned pearls so you can add a stylish accent to your gown.
Heirloom Vintage Brooch with Swarovski Crystals & Pearls, Glamadonna, $75
Add Glimmer To Your Wrist
We know that your wedding ring will be on full display but a little wrist glimmer never goes astray. We love this delicate pearl-adorned creation by Jeanette Maree.
Bracelet B500, Jeanette Maree, $68
Decorate Your Decolletage
A pearl necklace is an accessory that will forever look chic. This Dracakis pendent features pink and white diamonds and has a South Sea pearl set as the focal point.
Claw Set Round Brilliant Cut Pink & White Diamond South Sea Pearl Pendant, Dracakis, $11,700
Perfect Party Feet
Why not consider one-off faux-pearl embellished heels? They’re big on fun and give a quirky touch to any bridal ensemble.
Vivienne Westwood VW Skyscraper Pearl, MelissaAustralia.com.au, $275
Opt for Elegant Earrings
Pearl drop earrings are a great way to decorate your ears when donning a polished updo. Tejani’s man-made pearls are a budget-friendly option, and are beautifully set-off by an opaque briolette stone and ornate oxidized silver details.
Pearl Drop Earrings E1302, Tejani Jewelry, $105
Add Class To Your Clutch
If you have already been won over by the charming pearl drop earrings above, why not pair them with this stylish clutch to complete your bridal look?
Pearl Clutch, BejewelledByMe.com.au, $235
Will you be wearing timeless pearls on your wedding day? How will you be accessorising your dress?
by Sarah Sayers