You’ve got an overflowing jewellery collection full of items you love (or have forgotten you love), but you’re not using it to its full potential and don’t know where to begin. Or maybe you’re just unsure about which things to buy that will complement each other and work for you.
The good news is that we’ve put together a list of helpful jewellery style and fashion hints to assist you to wear fine, fashion, and costume jewellery that compliments your personality and clothing.
Let’s get started…
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Create layers with necklaces or bangles
Why not begin with something lighthearted? Experiment with different lengths, forms, textures, and colours when layering rings, necklaces, bangles, and even earrings to create attractive layers.
If you’re stacking necklaces, choose lengths that bring the attention up to your face. Different forms, colours, and textures are frequently effective. Read our necklace length and style guide for more information.
Know when to stop
If you’re using layered necklaces or a statement necklace to attract attention to your face and neckline, you may not need an armful of bangles fighting for attention.
Alternatively, if you’re wearing a big set of statement earrings, your necklace might be more modest or even absent (on the other hand, a bold pair of earrings with a matching necklace can sometimes work beautifully).
Consider your earrings
Your earrings, on the other hand, are generally in the range of vision for anyone talking to you, therefore they are quite essential. Choose earrings that frame your face while also complementing your hair, eye colour, and skin tone.
If you have long hair, a good idea is to choose a colour or metal finish that will stand out more depending on your hair colour.
Don’t forget to change your earrings
I’m convicted of this myself: it’s very simple to wear the same set of stud earrings for weeks on end if you have pierced ears. Or perhaps you seldom ever alter them.
Changing your earrings, on the other hand, is a fantastic way to add intrigue and flair to your outfit daily. It’s also an excellent time to clean your favourite pair of earrings!
Experiment with mixing metals
Mixing various metal colours was formerly considered a fashion sin, which I never understood because I adore them all.
To add bright intrigue and colour to your clothing, consider necklaces with pendants that contrast with the colour of the chain they are linked to, rings that blend various metal colours or stacked necklaces or bangles in different metals.
Accessorise to complement your clothing
Doesn’t this appear to be straightforward? However, I am aware that this does not always occur. Consider what thing you’d most want to wear to wherever you’re going before you start dressing.
Decide the focus of your overall outfit
With the proper jewellery and accessories, simple – even dull – clothing can almost always be turned into something unique. You may pick statement jewellery to bring a basic outfit to life, or you can mix and match your jewellery for a more layered appearance.
Choose the focal point for your jewellery
If you’re wearing jewellery that’s meant to grab attention, it’s typically preferable to concentrate the visual focus on one body part: the neck, ears, hands, and so on.
If you’re wearing a statement necklace, for example, go for more subdued rings and earrings. Alternatively, you could simply leave them out.
Extend your wardrobe by experimenting
Simply put on basic clothing and experiment with various pieces of jewellery and other accessories from your collection in front of a mirror. Experiment with new combinations of jewellery styles you would not typically match together, as well as other accessories such as scarves, purses, and watches.
Don’t be a slave to trends
We’ve all known someone who is a fashion slave to an unhealthy degree. Trends have an impact on what we wear to some extent, which is good. However, slavishly the following fashion at the expense of your taste and individuality is never a smart idea. You’ll become disoriented. Jewellery
Oh, and it’s also rather costly!
Instead, work on developing and refining your own personal style that suits you and makes you feel confident. That may or may not be popular right now or in the future, but if you own it, I’m confident you’ll be OK.