How to wear a wedding necklace
There is a vast variety of necklaces available to the bride to be and her attendants. Many brides may choose not to wear a necklace because the neckline of their wedding dress does not allow this, or perhaps they feel that their dress is so ornate, they need no further embellishment.
However, have you thought of wearing a necklace in your hair instead of a tiara or hair comb? This may sound rather odd, but the result can be very effective. If the necklace has a showy central feature this can be used as a very effective hair accessory. Your hairdresser will be able to drape the necklace beautifully in your hair, especially if you have an 'updo' style and the ends of the necklace can be buried in the hair with just the gorgeous central feature showing. A prime example for the use of a necklace as a hair accessory is our Grace necklace set in either gold or silver colour, as shown in our picture. Our Marina gold wedding necklace would also make a wonderful wedding hair accessory. The necklace can be fitted to the side of the hair at the front or fixed to a bun at the back of the head; either would be an unusual and effective novel use of a wedding necklace - and you can still wear the matching earrings for a great finishing touch.
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