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10 Simple Tips to Style Your Jewelry This Year 2022

Do you feel like you’re always playing guessing games when it comes to matching your jewelry to your outfit? Some of the best advice we’ve ever gotten is included below.

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What could be more irritating than trying to choose the ideal outfit? Making an effort to find complementary jewelry.

Having options is nice, but having too many can make getting dressed a chore. You are not alone if this sounds familiar. This is a problem that affects women every week, if not every day, somewhere in the world. Choosing an outfit takes women an average of 90 minutes every week.

Since jewelry is such an integral part of any outfit, it only makes sense to pick your pieces carefully. Here is the ultimate guide to accessorizing:

1. Jewelry Appropriate for the Event

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When typing on a computer, bracelets that dangle down can get in the way. Don’t wear dangling bracelets or bangles to the office if you need to type a lot.

In all likelihood, you wouldn’t wear the same jewelry to church as you would to a nightclub. Think about the setting, the activity, and the impression the jewelry will make before you put it on. You just can not wear tanzanite pendants to nightclubs for many different reasons like it’s not appropriate to wear expensive jewelry to such places they might either fall off or get stolen.

2. Pairing Simple Jewelry with Busy Patterns

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On the other hand, no matter how fantastic a print is, it might be muddled by excessively loud and extravagant jewelry. Wearing a lot of flashy jewelry or busy patterns can quickly become excessive. Instead of flashy jewelry, think about wearing bracelets, watches, gold chains, and stud earrings.

The fabric of the garment is also important. Ornate jewelry can seem garish on a densely embroidered or ruffled piece of clothing, as it would on a busy print.

3. Draw Attention to Your Beautiful Face with Bold Earrings

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Even if your outfit is flawless, you need a set of show-stopping earrings if you want people to focus on your face. The ones that draw attention to your eyes and are bright and sparkling.

Think about how different frames will emphasize your features depending on your face shape.

For instance, women with heart-shaped faces could benefit from wearing drops that aren’t too narrow at the chin. If you want to draw attention to your cheekbones, ladies with oval faces should choose studs or triangle earrings.

4. Accessories that Go Well With Your Skintone

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In the same way that your clothes should not be the only consideration when choosing your jewelry, neither should they be the only consideration. Today’s most stylish women know how to use jewelry to accentuate their best features.

Silver is the go-to metal because it enhances the appearance of a wide range of earth tones. When you have dark hair and a matte complexion, gold is the perfect accessory.

Red, purple, and blue gemstones look best on those with cooler complexion tones. In addition, white gold is a great metal option for those with cooler complexion tones.

Gemstones in warmer tones of yellow, orange, and green, as well as yellow metals, are complementary to warmer skin tones.

5.  Use of Warm and Cool Colors in Jewelry

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Amber jewels, canary diamonds, and rubies all have a bold statement value. These hues seem especially striking when paired with black and white. But you did believe you could match them up with colors that are totally different, right?

Gemstones with a warmer tone look lovely with a backdrop of cool blue or purple. A set of rubies, for instance, would be a striking addition to a royal blue top.

6. Combining Icy Jewelry with Warm Hues

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Color coordination in clothing is an art form that may be learned. The color wheel is a common resource for creatives in the fashion industry.

According to the color wheel, just as warm and cool colors mix together in one direction, they also mix together in the other. Against a dress in either yellow or orange, emerald green or a deep blue sapphire really stands out.

Accessorizing is all about finding the sweet spot between cool and warm hues. The goal is to be the most aesthetically pleasing “opposites attract” example possible, so try to coordinate jewelry and clothing as much as possible.

7.  A Woman’s Best Friend – Diamond

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We’re not breaking any ground here. Since their discovery by humans thousands of years ago, diamonds have been permanently set in jewelry.

And there’s a good reason why diamonds have endured as a staple in jewelry collections for centuries: they complement any ensemble.

Confused about how to accessorize your look? A pair of diamonds is a wise investment. (Cubic zirconia is a respectable second place.) The traditional white diamond, when held up to the light, refracts it in a rainbow of hues that make up its chemical makeup.

8. Sea-Colored Garments With White Pearls

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Pearls can’t be extracted from a rock quarry. Instead, experts will go on simulated pearl diving expeditions or learn to grow their own pearls in a controlled setting.

It should come as no surprise that pearls look fantastic with marine hues. All the colors you’ll find in the ocean go wonderfully with these sea stones, from aqua and deep blue to green and dark gray.

9. A Trio of White, Black, and Gold

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Wearing black or gold jewelry, which is both understated and powerful, is a must when dressing in a classic or understated style. Accessories of shiny gold or onyx gemstones will complement that stunning little black cocktail dress.

Wearing plain, simple clothing (such as a flat black or white dress) allows the wearer’s black diamonds and gold metal jewelry to stand out like the Art Deco muse that they are. You’ll be unstoppable, even compared to Daisy Buchanan.

10.  Wear Cool Colors in the Spring and Summer

Light, airy, and fresh, the garments of spring and summer pair beautifully with muted, earthy tones. Blue topaz and green peridot gemstones look great with pastels or simple patterns.

Mixing colors that go together in nature is an easy way to create a stunning new look for yourself.

To combine jewelry like a star, a lot of expertise and understanding are needed. To your relief, you now have access to some seriously useful information that will help you streamline the process of finding the perfect clothing.

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Stela Steve
Hello, I'm Stella Steve, and I'm a certified fashion, and lifestyle blog writer, and I've completed my master's degree from a US university, and I have 5 years of experience writing blog posts. I write on topics including fashion, beauty, and lifestyle. My work has been published by various websites such as TechUp99.com, AffairView.com, WikiVice.com, and more.