Jewelry to Make a Statement

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Jewelry is perhaps the best way to add life in your overall outfit. This enhances the best features. Moreover, what is the better way to complete a daring bold, striking and attractive look than wearing a piece of jewelry which was made to create a statement?


So if you get our point, pay attention to these tips!

? Less is more!

Make your bold pieces stand out, avoid over-crowding yourself. It’s better to wear one piece at a time. It’s the best way to wear jewelry and create a statement. However if you are looking for a power house to create the statement.

Avoid earrings, instead wear matching bracelet or rings. Never wear bold necklaces and earrings at the same time.

? Simple is Better

Simple is better, right? Big accessories are best matched with simple clothes. Yes, if you are planning to hit it big then you have to drop the busy patterns and embellishments for instant sequins when you wear bold jewelry. Match items wisely if you want your masterpiece to standout. A black dress is perfect for almost anything, but it’s better to remain neutral and block color items when you wear bright and detailed jewelry.

? Necklace and Neckline

This is something we always ignore. The best way to wear a necklace is make sure it is paired with the right neckline. Strapless, off shoulder, scoop necked, v necked and tops are best as they let the piece do the talking. Collars, halters neck and detailing close to face are some great mentions you should always avoid. These clash with bold jewelry. For the best, you have to wear a statement necklace next to a simple but light color. This will give you a chic look while doing justice with your jewelry ornament. So bear this in mind ladies.

About Jessica

Jessica is a fashion blogger. She enjoys running, watching Netflix, and knitting. Jessica has been blogging for four years and is an avid reader. Her favorite books are Harry Potter series by JK Rowling, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, and To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.