Accessorize to the Occasion
Pair the Perfect Earrings with Your Outfit
Now that it's Fall and Winter, it's time to Accessorize with your knits and other warmer outfits. This lends itself as a great opportunity for you to finally get new earrings to match with your cute knitwear.
All the lavish summer looks you’ve been collecting in your closet await, and the possibilities seem to pile up until they’re like a tidal wave looming over your head, big enough to drown a mermaid.
You’ve got dresses and blouses a-plenty; you’ve got trousers and rompers galore!
But hyperbole aside – choosing an outfit can be daunting when you have too many options to dig through, and the same can be said for having only a few different pieces that you like to wear (and inevitably, repeat).
Those who are hoarders of clothing and like to stockpile their staples to their closet’s maximum capacity may feel as though it’s harder to know how to jazz up their endless outfit options.
A surprisingly simple solution would be to pair your looks with an eye-catching accessory. (Accesso)rising to the occasion is easy when you’re prepared with a few unique pieces of jewelry in your arsenal.
These dainty daisy drop-earrings are perfect with a white knit top or white blouse.
The Charmer Earrings are simple, stylish and elegant with a touch of fun.
Rose Quartz Earrings
These gorgeous rose quartz earrings go well as a statement accessory with any outfit, but we love pairing it with a soft pink knitted top to bring out the blush-colored hue of the center stone.
If you feel a little intimidated by how to match your earrings or necklace with your outfits, you should not be.
The great thing is, fashion has been doing away with the antiquated "rules of thumb" when it comes to what you wear and how you accessorize.
Who says you can't mix gold-colored finishes with silver hardware? A "coordinated clash" can be pulled off if you've got the confidence to rock whatever you're wearing; using accessories to change up your style and outfit is a fun, chic and unique way to dress up basics, but don’t be afraid to add some bling to your bolder, more intricately-embellished ensembles.