How to Wear Yellow Gold on Your Wedding Day

Think you can't wear yellow gold on your wedding day? Think again. We've rounded up six gorgeous finds that will suit a wide range of dress styles.

Photo: Mike KrautterPhoto: Mike Krautter Bold Gold
While yellow gold is not a subtle metal, it is a versatile one. Wear it to warm up a stark white gown, or use it to give a bohemian relaxed look a bit of sophisticated structure.

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Photo: Mike KrautterPhoto: Mike Krautter Geometric Earrings
These gold vermeil hexagon earrings by India Hicks are dressed up with diamonds.

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Photo: Mike KrautterPhoto: Mike Krautter Vintage Flair
The secret behind this Monika Knutsson cuff's delicate quality? It's made from 1920s net lace that was dipped in 24k gold.
Photo: Mike KrautterPhoto: Mike Krautter Woven Studs
These Ben-Amun basketweave button earrings are classic and polished (available at thomaslaine.com).
Photo: Mike KrautterPhoto: Mike Krautter Simple and Sculptural
Jennifer Fisher's hexagonal earrings are a fresh take on the classic hoop (available at editorialist.com).
Photo: Mike KrautterPhoto: Mike Krautter Golden Collar
This House of Lavande collar necklace would stand out against a minimalist sheath and would also add structural contrast to more flowy gown.
Photo: Mike KrautterPhoto: Mike Krautter Tassled Elegance
Aurélie Bidermann's gold vermeil Miki necklace is 20s flapper with a contemporary twist.


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