Love the look of these stacked bracelets, big cocktail rings, and long dangling earrings, but don’t know how to match them with your clothes and accessories?
While it may be tempting to dress up in these beautiful glittery ornaments en masse, you need to make sure that you are wearing your jewelry and that they are not wearing you. When it comes to jewelry and accessories, less is more, and this opinion, although somewhat cliché, is more relevant than ever. Nothing beats eye-catching jewelry, especially the low prices you will pay compared to diamonds and jewelry. Another reason I love fashion jewelry is that it saves a lot of time. If you don’t have many ideas for a memorable outfit, just wear something simple, add a couple of notes, and voila – you have a modern yet easy look. Now, let’s go over some basic guidelines to keep you looking flawless and not distracting.
No one loves a giant glitter cocktail ring more than I do, but if you want to pair it with other pieces of jewelry, be sure to choose smaller, more delicate pieces so nothing else rivals the main attraction. This is a good rule of thumb for all jewelry; it is rarely effective to connect two or more “large” objects together. Let these larger objects get the attention they deserve. If you have small hands, make sure your ring doesn’t cover your hand, but rather sticks to a ring that doesn’t extend too far past the bottom of the joint.
With pendants and necklaces, it all depends on your cleavage. A good rule of thumb for statement earrings for sale is never to wear collars that fit directly over the top of a shirt or dress; they tend to put clothes on and take off, competing with cleavage rather than complementing it. A princess-length collar works best with a V-neckline or a boat neckline, as it perfectly fills the space between the neckline and the top of the shirt.