4 Must-Have Accessories to Complete Your Wedding Day Look

You have your dress, but you’re not done yet. Here are the accessories you need to complete your look!
by Jennie Ma
  1. A Hair Comb

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    Whether you go for an updo or a down-do, a comb is a beautiful way to add some embellishment to your wedding day hairstyle. Hair combs are completely versatile and can match any type of wedding style. For a glamorous affair, affix a crystal comb to your locks. For a retro wedding, don some whimsical feathers. And pearl details are perfect for an elegant event.

    Crystal comb, $187, BridesHeadRevisited.net

  2. A Statement Necklace

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    An ornate necklace is one of our favorite bridal jewels, especially if your gown is relatively unadorned or if you’re opting for a strapless neckline. When it comes to statement pieces, make sure the metal matches your dress. If your gown has silver beadwork, then pick a necklace with a silver base—the same goes for gold and bronze.

    The Amber crystal choker necklace, $85, Carolee.com

  3. A Classic Crystal Sash

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    The simplest way to add a luxe touch to your wedding day look is with a classic satin sash with crystal embellishments. This timeless style works on almost all silhouettes—especially gowns that cinch at your natural waist. Wrap this bedazzled belt around your middle for a stylish and slimming effect.

    Beaded sash, $39, DavidsBridal.com

  4. A Clutch

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    While you’ll have your maids around to carry your lip gloss, you could also just invest in a killer clutch. We love the idea of pairing a sparkly bag with either an unadorned gown or a dress with a touch of jewel-encrusted accents. This way, the clutch enhances your gown instead of drowning out the details of your dress.

    Opal clutch by Marchesa, $2,995, BergdorfGoodman.com

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