How To Choose Jewelry For Your Wardrobe

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Accessories can make or break an outfit. We read the fashion police praising celebs to high heaven when they make the right choice, and tearing them down to shreds for a single faux pas.

Ask any stylist, you will get answer pat, “It is never about the clothes, it is ALWAYS about the Accessories darling”
So, how do we become experts at choosing our accessories so they enhance our wardrobe and not make us look like the latest stooge for the fashion victim?

First never buy for beauty sans utility. Look at an accessory and see if it actually compliments you. For example, belts turn the drabbest outfits into runway lookalikes, but that doesn’t mean you pick the first you see. Get inspired by the magazines, people around you and their style, but never ever seek to ape. Study your physique to find out what suits you best.

Always be honest to yourself. Scrutinize yourself. See what suits you and your personality, whether a beautifully structured scarf works for you more than a stole or hats sit pretty on your head, always remember that you are unique and so your accessories should reflect that.

The purpose of the jewellery can’t be negated. When we are buying something to be the focal point of our outfit, we make it a point to see that it lives up to the challenge. Whether we want a pop of colour to a simple one-piece dress with chunky pieces or something delicate, like a little pendant, for an ethereal feel... purpose of the jewellery must be met with.

Once the style, personality and the purpose have been established the intended event follows. One must dress up with accessories in keeping with the occasion No point looking like a Christmas tree at a day party or a drab little wallflower at a soiree. Perhaps it is a blind date where you want to attract with something understated and not intimidate with a bold statement piece. Button earrings for a night about town will look just as out of place as sexy chandeliers in an office.

Make sure that the texture of your clothes is suitable to the jewellery, For example pearls go with chiffon or georgette while silks and satin support some sparklers. Cotton works really well with natural material like wood, ceramic while white calls for something discrete and elegant.
 
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