Pearls can still be cool even for modern brides. Today’s bride wants to be beautiful, and yet update the classic bridal silhouette. Pearls are always chic and on-trend for every bride, even the modern bride who wants to be a bit more fashion forward in her choice of pearl jewelry and pearl accessories. Pearl jewelry may be a new gift for you on your wedding day, and hence satisfy the “something new” item on the traditional 4-part requirement: something old, new (pearls), borrowed, and blue.
Even if the bride’s personal style is more modern and edgy, one’s wedding is still a sentimental and romantic occasion. Though Grandmother’s loan of a classic pearl necklace, pearl bracelet or pearl earrings may well satisfy the “something borrowed” item, her traditional pearls will never look old-fashioned if combined with a modern, edgy pearl piece with architectural details. Pearls are romantic and brides want to the luxury and elegance that pearls bring to her overall look.
Today’s modern bride wants to be fashion forward yet still have the feeling of luxury and romance; pearls always satisfy this longing. Pearls are making a big comeback and the newest styles of pearl jewelry incorporate architectural details, precious metals, and gemstones. Modern brides need never a worry about looking old-fashioned when wearing pearls as wedding jewelry, or pearls as embellishment on the wedding gown, pearls encrusted on slippers, or pearls designed into a hair ornament, tiara or pearl-beaded head band.
One of the hottest new trends in wedding dresses this fall 2015/spring 2016 season is a deep V neckline, plunging all the way down to the waist, in some styles. One of the most popular gowns by Dennis Basso has this sexy silhouette, embellished all the way down both sides of the V with hundreds of pearls. The spring 2016 bridal runways are also loaded with trendy pearl details that all brides will love. The modern bride can feel cool, confident, and elegant and also wear pearls, pearls, pearls.