creating your own signature jewellery style

August 8, 2011 at 11:04 am Leave a comment

I came across a great little article the other day over at by Louise Coccione, head stylist at Style Friend

here’s an excerpt …

“Great accessorising reflects and compliments your style on multi-facetted levels, at times shamelessly taking centre stage with head-turning self confidence. In the words of the iconic celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe “Accessories are the antidote to blah!” And this alone is a great reason to add a little BLING into your personal style.

Accessories will add a complete approach to your styling repertoire adding versatility to your wardrobe. For instance a statement necklace can transform the mood of an outfit from “office” to understated glam in a twinkling!

When deciding to add accessorising to your style skills-set, remember that as with all thing fashion there are no hard fastened rules, and rules are made to be broken… aren’t they?”

Fashion Jewellery Accessorising tips from the She Inspires Fashion Stylist

Louise goes on to give lots of great tips and a few fashion looks …

” Jewellery Fashion Looks

Classic – Understated Glam Shimmering Diamonds and Pearls with a Modern Twist.

Girly Glam – Pretty in Pink with a Sexy Undertone.

Bohemian – 70’s chic think Sienna Miller’s Style, Eclectic and Loose!

Rock Chick – Dark and Mysterious with Silver Accents.

Urban Princess – Big Gold Hoop Earring, lots of Bling and an attitude to match!

Beach Babe – Shell Tones and a touch of Turquoise for Lovers of the Sun.

Moroccan Bazaar – Ethnic chic, Hammered Copper tones with intricate etchings.

African Queen – Bold Rich Colours, think of an impossibly Beautiful Jewel Studded Statement Cuff.

Whatever your style, great accessories are a highly personalised way to express your creative fashion personality and find your fashion bliss. ”

to read the whole article … click here

image courtesy of Diva


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