A wedding day is a special event in a woman’s life and choosing the right jewelery plays a vital role in completing your look. According to the “Brides” website, here are some tips to help you choose the right jewelry for your wedding look. :
The choice of jewelery should be suitable for style and design wedding dress Your. If the dress has intricate and ornate details, it is best to choose simple and delicate jewelry to enhance the beauty of the design. More elaborate jewelry complements simple, elegant outfits.
Choose the right metal:
It is very important to choose a metal that matches your skin tone and the color of your dress. White gold is a popular choice for white or cool-toned outfits, while yellow gold goes well with warm-toned outfits. You can choose gemstone studded jewelry that matches the color of the dress and add color.
Jewelry should be in balance with your other accessories and hairstyle. If your hairstyle is simple and moderate, you can choose more elaborate and bright jewelry. If the hairstyle is complex and has a lot of details, it is preferable to choose simple and elegant jewelry so as not to overextend the look.
Neck Shape Matching Necklace:
The shape of your neck plays an important role in choosing a bridal necklace. If you have a long neck, you can choose a long necklace or a hanging knot design. If you have a short neck, avoid long necklaces and opt for short, studded necklaces for a more balanced look.
Above all, you should feel comfortable and confident in the jewelry you choose. Choose jewelry that you love, that reflects your personality and suits your personal taste. You should enjoy the process of choosing jewelry and feel beautiful and elegant while wearing it on your wedding day.
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Elaf: As part of the activities of the fourth edition of Riyadh Season, Egyptian artist Sherin Abdel Wahab performed in the Masterpiece of Sanpati concert held at the Abu Bakr Salem Theater.
Riad Al-Sunbatti was composed by Ms. Umm Kulthum with the song “My Eyes Came Back” by Sherin Abdel Wahab and Ahmed Rami. He continued his brilliance with the second single, “My Heart Confuses With You.” Composed by the same great poet and musician Al-Zanbati.
He received a warm welcome from the Saudi audience, who chanted, “We love you, Shushu,” the surprise of the ceremony, announced Adviser Turki Al-Sheikh, head of Saudi Arabia’s Public Entertainment Authority. Artiste Sherin Abdel Wahab performed a special concert.
Sherin expressed his gratitude in these words: “Allow me to salute the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, its King and its people, and a thousand thanks for every need we have, Honorable Counselor Turki Al-Sheikh, a thousand thanks for your love. And kudos to the Egyptian artists, a thousand thanks to maestro Hani Farhad and the orchestra one by one.”
Soul Platform, the region’s most anticipated culture, youth and contemporary lifestyle festival, Soul DXB Festival, unveiled its new edition as the inaugural event for the 29th edition at TECOM Group’s Dubai Design District between 8 and 10 December. Dubai Shopping Festival. The site is an official partner of the Hip-Hop 50 initiative in the Arab world in collaboration with Mass Appeal Production Company, and this edition of the festival promises to deliver unforgettable experiences. Hip-hop, fashion, visual arts and sports sectors.
The festival will also include interactive conversation sessions with a panel of important and influential figures in this genre of music. The Soul site also announced the participation of another group of artists to ensure an unprecedented experience celebrating hip-hop culture among the younger generation.
Newly announced artists include Grammy-nominated young British singer-songwriter Arlo Parks. The line-up also includes seven-piece band Kokoroko from London, who will perform at the festival’s lounge, Rhodes Restaurant, on Sunday 10 December.
This year, Soul DXB Festival, in collaboration with Gulf Photo Plus, is hosting a photography exhibition called “Occupied Pleasures” by artist Tania Habjoka. Through a group of three-dimensional paintings, the exhibition accurately portrays humanity’s ability to cope with difficult situations in Palestine.
Soul DXB and Dubai Design District have teamed up once again to bring fashion lovers the Spotlight by D3 exhibition. The exhibition offers an opportunity to explore cross-cultural original collections by emerging designers from the UAE, South Africa, Palestine, United Kingdom, Finland, Spain, Lebanon and other countries.
Rudy’s Diner, the Soul DXB Festival’s main lounge, will host live performances on opening night, available during the day for ages 21 and older. This year, the talk show, considered one of the most important events of the festival, also offers conversations with eminent personalities from the fields of fashion, music, publishing and design.
Emirati poet Ahmed Umar Balhamar’s collection of poems “The Vase of the Night” was recently published by Nariman Publishing, Printing and Distribution House in Lebanon. The collection consists of 160 pages of medium size and 127 short and concise poems. Prose poetry.
Most of the poems have single-word titles, including Nostalgia, Dust, My Loss, Separation, My Friends, Division, Escape, Leak, Point, Measure, Exchange, Chaos, Rain, Burn, Shadow, Our Story, Limits, Days. , etc. But will not the reader find in the pages of the anthology a text entitled “The Night’s Vessel,” as other poets are accustomed?
Most of the poet’s texts are sensitive and emotional, reflecting his outlook on life, and they carry many meanings of the night, its sadness, vocabulary and atmosphere. The poet wrote on the cover of the book covered by the darkness of a dark night, so we read there: I wrote it in the middle of the night and on the streets of memories It’s like I’m there every step of the way And in every word I draw the way to my heart So I walked with the poem in hand. Here we see what writing represents to its poet, as poetry accompanies him on his journey as a faithful friend, leaning on his arm and strengthening him, being his compass on the paths of life.
Ahmed Umar Balhamar, who holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering and works in its field, says: “I started my journey by writing 10 years ago, and then wrote an occasional newspaper article titled “Broadcast” in Al-Anba, a Kuwaiti newspaper. After that, I wrote in the Egyptian newspaper “Rose Al-Youssef” in the same year. Around a period of time, I collected the articles and published them as a book titled “Getting to Know You” by Al-Raitiyya Publishing House. and distribution house in Saudi Arabia. The articles were varied but most of them social and discussed scenes that attracted me from the reality of life and its daily occurrences. About the development of his literary talent, Balhamar confirmed to 24: “The process of human self-development begins and does not end, it continues and does not stop. From childhood, the passion for reading and the hunger for knowledge came together. With me, it is with me to this day. He said about the most important writers who influenced him: “I read many authors and authors, and the names never attracted me, but rather, I was attracted by the strength of the written words, their sweetness and the degree of their difference. I’m not influenced by one author over another, all the books I’ve read have influenced me in one way or another, there’s no doubt about that.” I’ve influenced the minds of others who read me. Yes, the process is intimate. It’s possible for contagion to spread without us noticing.” Ahmed Balhamar writes in classical and colloquial, and in response to the question of who is closest to his heart, how the genre of poetry determines the moment of inspiration, he added: “All literary genres are dear and close to me. My literary taste, but colloquial dialect is closer to the listeners because It is their spoken language, but as for inspiration, a strange creature meets a person without permission or acquaintance, surprises us at strange times and places. To be frank, I do not choose the form and symbolism of poetry when I write. Words are the master of will, they impose their presence and form on the white, They decide when to start and when to end. Commenting on the tendency of many poets to write novels in the current era, and whether Balhamer would remain loyal to the poetic field, or consider writing fiction, he says, “Up to this moment I had no idea. Writing a work of fiction, but I don’t know if I will knock on this door in the future or continue. “Clinging to my old place and loyal only to poetry.” Regarding the source of inspiration for his poems or essays, he said: “Ideas are born in the conscience of the writer, through his interaction with people and society, his daily activities with them and observation of what is happening in the world around him. “
It is noteworthy that Ahmed Balhamar participated in many poetry evenings in the Emirates Writers and Authors Association and other cultural organizations, he regularly attends cultural events and events. In colloquialism, Napati Publishing House and some of his works were translated into the language. In the collection of poems “Ana al-Layl” titled “Lost” we read: you Your shadow has not left you since the sunrise Until the full moon and starry evening come How lucky you are My sun rose and set And my shadow is still missing.