Style Tips on Wearing Statement Jewelry Posted on 21 Apr 14:03 , 0 comments
Jewelry is the perfect way to bring life to any outfit while also enhancing some of your best features. What better way to do so than to complete your look with a bold, colorful and attention-grabbing piece of statement jewelry?
The beauty of statement jewelry is that it only takes one item to make your whole outfit stand out. The key is to keep it simple and either work your outfit around one eye-catching piece, or to work well-coordinated statement accessories into your look by striking the right balance.
Bold pieces should be allowed to stand out, so do not over-crowd your look by wearing them within close proximity of each other. It is preferable to wear one at a time, but if you do want to wear more than one statement piece, be sure not to wear statement bracelets and rings together or statement earrings and necklaces at the same time.
Because these pieces can make such a, well...statement, it can sometimes feel a little intimidating. And we all know how to pair a big necklace with a basic shirt, so here is some inspiration and tips on how to wear the newest stock of statement accessories:
Head to Toe Color
Try matching the shades of shoulder grazing earrings to your top for a fresh take on a monochromatic look. Coordinating bright colors, as seen here, while keeping the rest of your outfit simple is key.
Color and Pattern
Don’t be afraid to pair a bright and playful necklace with a uniquely patterned dress or blouse. It adds a distinctive touch of style to an otherwise basic silhouette.
Stack it Up
I've never met a woman who doesn't like their wrists. So why not play them up with bold, colorful and stackable bracelets? The more the better in my opinion! Wear them with an all white ensemble, like above, or with a basic tee and jeans for added color and texture.
Don't have any statement pieces in your jewelry box? Try doubling up on a couple necklaces in the same color and metal for a unique one-of-a-kind look.
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