The most special jewels that you can use to sophisticate a guest look

We know what jewels classy guests choose and how to combine them.

The season of weddings, (baptisms and communions) begins and, with it, the frenzy to find the perfect style. The best advice is that less is always more, and proof of this is the game that allows us to give accessories the fact of betting on a dress or a simple outfit without fanfare. The end result will be a sure hit.

Play with earrings

The most sophisticated combination deserves the most elegant earring. And there is no other material more elegant and refined than pearls: they denote class wherever they go and are the perfect ally on the most formal occasion. or on the simplest day of basics. In addition, they are a strong point in our brand and, naturally, we have the best pearl earrings to be the perfect guest: the model cave. Thanks to the nature of the material, they combine with any color and pattern in your wardrobe, as well as elevating it to the nth degree.

Give the neckline the game it deserves

If you wear a clear neckline, a pretty neckline or a very plain pattern, the area asks you to cheer her up with necklaces that scream spring. Combine any of our models Fiji – refined and colorful in equal parts – with others like the Belice. The result will be colorful and exquisite, and everyone will ask you where your jewelry is from. If, on the other hand, you want a less risky bet, opt for chains: they never fail and serve as a wardrobe staple for any occasion. The model Matilda Vermeil L it is more than successful and perfect to exude elegance.

The final touch is in your hands

Once you have chosen the earrings and necklaces, you can finish harmonizing the style with bracelets and rings that combine with the rest of the jewelry. If you have focused attention on one of them – never both –, you can lose some weight with fine bracelets like the ones Brianda or bring a little more drama to the style with rings like the Gorgonian. If the final result seems too ornate, don't hesitate to make the premise of Cocó Chanel, the queen of pearls and pretty shoes, your own: “Before leaving the house, look in the mirror and take off an accessory”.