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Of course every bride wants to look and feel her best on her wedding day. I mean, why wouldn't you? It's one of the biggest days of your entire life! And we all know that the cost of that wedding seems to add up far too quickly and then it comes down to the wire and you're scrambling to find the perfect accessories to accent your dress. You want to go for that gorgeous designer bridal bracelet and earrings but oftentimes, it's just not going to fit within the limited budget that's left.
Luckily, we've discovered Switch and for you, that means you get the best of both worlds. You get to stick to the budget AND wear the gorgeous designer bridal jewelry you've been dreaming of.
Here's how it works:
Switch is a membership service that gives you access to brands such as Hermes, Chanel and so many more! With access to every piece in the collection with an average retail value of $500, it's the perfect opportunity to accent your wedding dress with the most gorgeous bridal accessories...and for all of the bridal events leading up to your wedding day.
Pick a piece of jewelry, wear it for your engagement party and then return it whenever you'd like. Yep, you can keep each piece as long as you want and switch it out for a new piece whenever you're ready. That means you can get a new piece for your bridal shower, your bachelorette party, the rehearsal dinner and even for your fun date nights out with your fiancé leading. Seriously, it's the perfect membership for a bride to be.
While there are various plans offered, the Gold level gives members access to one piece of jewelry at a time for only $29/month. And if you just can't part with your piece, they offer the option to purchase the piece at a discounted rate and give you a $10 credit for each month you're a member. That's like getting free money -- just saying!
Click the link below to sign up and start browsing for the perfect accent pieces for all of your bridal events and scroll on down to see some of our favorites!
Disclosure: Compensation for this post was provided by Switch for Aisle Society. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the position of The Overwhelmed Bride.