Formal Wear

Formal Wear

What's more frustrating than picking out the absolute outfit? Trying to pick out the perfect jewellery to go along with it.

 

 

It's great to have choices, but too many can turn dressing into something offensive. If this blows natural, don't feel for a second that you're solo! Women all over the world are messed-up in this corner! 

 

 

 

 

 

Here's how to regulate jewellery to the most extensive:

 

 

 

 

 

1. THE JEWELRY HARMONIZE THE OCCASION 

 

Dangling Bracelets doesn't work so well while typing on a keyboard, so you might have to skip the dangling bracelets. 

 

 

Make sure to respect where you're going, what you'll be doing, and how the jewellery comes off to spectators. 

 

 

 

 

 

2. BUSY PRINTS AND SIMPLE JEWELRY GO HAND-IN-HAND

 

 

Alternatively, powerful and stylish jewellery can muddy a lively print, no matter how fabulous it is. Lively prints and wild jewellery can get showy fast. 

 

 

Consider solid bracelets, rings, and earrings instead of showy accessories.

 

 

Even the outfit should be taken into consideration. If the wardrobe has heavily basted or ruffled fabric, ornate jewellery can come off just as tacky as it is on a busy print. 

 

 

 

3. USE STATEMENT EARRINGS TO HIGHLIGHT THE FACE

 

Your dress game may be on point, but if you intend to make your face the star of the occasion, grab a pair of statement earrings.

 

 

Take into statement the shape of your face and which pair will bring out the facial differences that make you. 

 

 

If you have heart-shaped faces, might consider drop earrings that don't taper at the bottom, and if you have oval face you should consider studs and triangular earrings to show off their cheekbones. 

 

 

 

4. GOLD, BLACK, AND WHITE

 

Make sure to coordinate jewellery that's black or gold, simple and powerful statements in themselves, with simple and classic attire. That perfect little black cocktail dress will do well with gold jewellery or semi-zirconium gemstones. 

 

 


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