Tips To Pick The Best Jewelry For Your Outfit

Scale Is Key

The size of the jewelry you choose should match your outfit. Very small jewelry may get overshadowed by your outfit, beating the reason you wore it in the first place. Very large jewelry, on the other hand, may look clunky and clumsy.
Small and simple jewelry pieces match patterned and busy outfits. In such a case, stud earrings and small pearl necklaces will do just fine. Large jewelry matches simple outfits.
If you are wearing a simple blouse and jeans trousers, you can match that with thick bangles or bib necklaces. However, if you want to create a conservative or formal look, you can match small and simple jewelry with simple one-color outfits.

Outfit And Jewelry Color

Color is equally important when choosing jewelry unless you want to look like a rainbow. Gold and silver jewelry match all outfits, and so are neutral colors black, white and grey. If you want other colors, use the color wheel. Choose jewelry in the same color family as your outfit, such as green and yellow-green. You can also choose colors opposing each other on the wheel such as green and purple.
Even though colored jewelry looks great, jewelry with more than two colors may look busy and fail to match your outfits.

Define Your Style

Your style determines the jewelry you choose. It sets the rules on the use of accessories. The design of your outfit and the occasion will also dictate the accessories you pick.
You should wear oversized jewelry when you want to create an edgy look, and bib necklaces and chandelier earrings when creating a glamorous look.
In fact, you may not choose the perfect jewelry for your style the first time. So you may have to try out different combinations before settling for one that perfectly complements your style.

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