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If you’ve recently said yes to the dress, you’re probably ready to put up your feet (perhaps with your beverage of choice) and take a bit of a break from shopping. We certainly encourage you to do so, but not for long—it’s time to look for your accessories! From shoes to jewelry to undergarments, there are actually quite a few wedding accessories to investigate.
I'd agree with one of Sanna's option, and say go minimal. 'nude' coloured shoes and minimal or no jewellery. But I believe the most important accessory is your make-up. Give your skin a very slight golden blush to co-ordinate with the dress. I'm not talking James Bond ' Goldfinger'  style here: you need to keep it subtle. But if you don't step up your make up to take account for the bling, it'll be the dress that people will notice, and you'll just be the clothes hanger!

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I'd agree with one of Sanna's option, and say go minimal. 'nude' coloured shoes and minimal or no jewellery. But I believe the most important accessory is your make-up. Give your skin a very slight golden blush to co-ordinate with the dress. I'm not talking James Bond ' Goldfinger'  style here: you need to keep it subtle. But if you don't step up your make up to take account for the bling, it'll be the dress that people will notice, and you'll just be the clothes hanger!
A stylish cover-up is a must if you're getting married during the cooler months or at a house of worship that requires you to cover your shoulders. From boleros to capelets and fur stoles, the options are endless. (Bonus points: It makes for an easy transition look between your ceremony and reception.) The key is to choose one that strikes the perfect balance with your gown. Simple, understated styles can be paired with more embellished cover-ups, like a beaded capelet with scalloped edges or a bold sequined or feather bolero for added personality. For already ornate gowns, try a more minimal accent to avoid looking too over the top. A delicate lace jacket, sheer tulle cape or a chiffon wrap will keep you warm without competing with your gown. Another option? A classic cardigan, the perfect complement to a rustic or more laid-back affair. 

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