Simon G. Jewelry: Match Your Jewelry to Your Wedding Gown

by Jennie Ma

The fashion editor in me just couldn't help but accessorize some of my favorite new gowns from bridal fashion week with gorgeous jewelry from Simon G. Jewelry!


Romantic Encounters

A delicate floral inspired necklace perfectly fits an off-the-shoulder V-neck gown in both shape and style.

Gown by Romona Keveza Colletion and necklace by Simon G. Jewelry


Midas Touch

Metallic accents were one of my favorite bridal trends this season and this gown was dripping in gilded beadwork. If you have a lot going on with your dress, keep your jewelry simple with dainty yet alluring rose gold diamond earrings.

Gown by Maggie Sottero and earrings by Simon G. Jewelry


Intricate Flourishes

Find intricate jewelry to mimic detailed embroidery on your wedding gown. With a higher neckline, skip the necklace and just stick with a pair of stunning earrings.

Gown by Reem Acra and earrings by Simon G. Jewelry


Black Magic

Color coordinating is always a good idea when it comes to pairing your jewelry with your wedding dress. Another bonus: The cut-out details made of black onxy echo the cut-out detail in the bodice.

Gown by Vera Wang and earrings by Simon G. Jewelry


Petite Pendants

Your jewelry shouldn't compete with the stunning sparkly embellishments on your dress—it should complement it. So instead of an opulent crystal encrusted choker, try a dainty diamond pendant if you're wearing a gown with a glitzy bodice.

Gown by Rivini and necklace by Simon G. Jewelry


Basic Instincts

The clean lines of emerald cut diamonds look extra chic paired with a minimalistic, structured silhouette.

Gown by Amsale and earrings by Simon G. Jewelry

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