Hailey and Justin Bieber are known for driving trends forward with their fashion choices. Favorites of the paparazzi, there envelope pushing looks are documented almost daily. Well, for the couple’s church wedding over the weekend at Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina, they (surprisingly) mainly chose classic accessories, but they (obviously) styled the pieces in a totally cool way.
In the black and white photo booth shots Hailey posted on Instagram her followers (and the world) could clearly see she was wearing not one, but two diamond wedding bands around her enormous oval shaped diamond engagement ring by Solow & Co. The new jewels were both from Tiffany’s Soleste collection.
The $2,185 gold and diamond V ring was designed by Tiffany to nest with an engagement ring. The $3,125 gold band underneath her engagement ring is set with one carat of diamonds that go all the way around the ring.
Hailey mixed her metals by also choosing a pair of 5-carat diamond and platinum prong set studs from Tiffany to wear with her halter style white wedding dress. It has not been revealed if the studs belong to the bride or if they were her “something borrowed.” The jewels described as solitaire diamond earrings on the Tiffany website range in price depending on the carat weight. They start at $1,250 for a pair of .22-carat diamonds in platinum.
Justin Bieber matched the metal of his bride’s yellow gold engagement ring and wedding bands with a $950 Tiffany Classic 4.5 millimeter 18K gold yellow wedding band.
He also wore an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak reference 5402BA. The exact timepiece isn’t available but a similar style is on the watchmaker’s website for $55,400. Bieber bought his AP watch at Jadelle in Beverly Hills to wear to the wedding.
The groom styled the traditional accessories with a lavender diamond grill by Ian Marks from Gold Teeth God. Marks told the Hollywood Reporter the mouthpiece is set with 5-carats of lavender diamonds and costs around $25,000. “I actually had no idea that he was going to wear it to his wedding,” Marks told THR. “I literally had no idea.” Perhaps Justin just decided to make “something blue” part of his look.