Take it from your everyday to your wedding day and transform a classic bridal look with the accessories that speaks your personality. After all, today’s bride is as fashion forward, trendsetting and stylish as ever; your jewelry should be too.

Some hot trends we are seeing this season are brooches, cuffs, statement earrings and headbands!

Brooches are versatile and can be used as keepsake or can be worn again after your wedding day. You can use the brooch to singe a sash, incorporate it in your hairstyle, or simply bedazzle your dress.

Make a statement with just one piece with a cuff bracelet that's bold enough to stand on its own. Choose either one very wide bracelet, or customize the look by layering and stacking two or three bangles. Whichever you decide, the effect will be red-carpet ready.

Statement earrings can add shimmer and glamour to your look. From chandelier earrings to oversized studs, these pieces can draw attention to the face and not overpower you or your beautiful dress.

Headbands are my absolute favorites of the season - and one of the most popular bridal looks this year. This is the perfect chance to add more sparkle to your outfit and they work great with any hair style.

So you’ve finally found your perfect wedding dress. What’s next? To complete the final touch you need the perfect veil to complement that perfect dress. The cage veil has definitely made it to the scene, with many brides looking for one. The cage veil can be considered overdone and overstated, but by selecting the right one, it can be simple and can work great with many various styles - vintage glam, modern sophistication, or simply sassy and fun. Classic cage veils are made with French netting, which can be more dramatic; if you want a softer look, go with tulle. As a general rule, if your gown is heavily beaded, you don’t want to overpower your gown by introducing more bling. Keep it clean and simple. Don’t limit yourself to one look. If you don’t want to have something covering your face for the entire night, wear it again at the reception. You can simply twist the cage veil around and bunch it together and use it as a headpiece to create a second look.