How To Buy Jewelry That Fits Your Style

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The right outfit can have a big impact on the way that you feel. Your jewelry and accessories can play a big part in the way that you style your outfits and the way you feel about yourself when you finish getting dressed. Jewelry can be hard to get right though if you want to enhance your style, and not distract from your outfits. 

Keep It To One Statement Piece

This seems like an obvious rule for accessorizing. It might seem too obvious to you, but it’s advice that is given a lot because it works. Focusing on just one statement piece, especially if you want to wear a special piece, is an easy way to prevent your jewelry from distracting from your outfit. It also means you don’t need to own as much jewelry. You can’t wear multiple statement pieces all at once, so you won’t need to buy as many different pieces of jewelry to have enough options to style lots of outfits. 

Consider Your Body

If you want to buy jewelry that will be the most flattering for you, take into account your frame and skin tone. 

Is your skin tone warm or cool? White gold looks great against cooler skin tones, whereas olive skin tones are more flattered by yellow gold. Silver can be flattering on all skin tones. 

If you’re buying a special necklace, think about your frame. A longer necklace can help to elongate a short torso, whereas if your neck is short, you should avoid chokers, as these will just emphasize the shortness. 

Accessorize For The Occasion

Choose your accessories to go with your plans for the day. If you’re going to be typing at your desk all day, then you don’t want chunky rings or rows of bracelets that will only get in your way. Instead, stick to simple stud earrings, and perhaps one extra item like a slim ring or bracelet that sits close to your wrist. 

For parties, you can be more creative. Choose a statement necklace or a chunky bracelet. For date night, you could frame your face with large earrings. Your accessories need to work for you and be suitable for the occasion as well. 

Consider Your Outfit

If you’re wearing an outfit with an eye-catching print, your jewelry ought to be more subdued. If your outfit is very simple, you can carry off much bolder pieces, like gold rope chains, to add more interest to the look. Jewelry should be a complement to your outfit, and shouldn’t compete against it. 

If your clothes have jeweled embellishments, don’t wear a necklace, for example, and choose simple earrings instead.

Set Your Own Rules

Remember that you don’t have to follow any of these rules. Use them as a base to get started, and then experiment with your style in any way you like. Wear what you want and wear your accessories however they bring you joy. If you prefer a more minimalist approach to jewelry, then these rules can be a helpful way to get started. 

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