Accessory Jewelry are an important part of many peoples' styles, and for good reason. First of all accessory jewelry is good looking and affordable, and secondly it is easy to take care of. However if you are like many other people out there, then you probably have questions as to the best way to wear these jewelry accessory. Since these accessory can be anything from Earrings, to Necklaces, to Bracelets, there is a lot of room for confusion.
When wearing accessory Jewelry such as earrings, there are some things to consider before investing your money. The shape of your face should help you to determine which size and length earrings you should be wearing. For instance, oval shaped faces look great with long, bigger earrings while egg shaped faces look better with studs most of the time. This doesn't mean that an oval face can't wear long earrings, it just means that everyday wear is best left simple and small.
Long necklaces used to be all the rage, but this isn't the case anymore when it comes to accessory jewelry. Keep the chain or the pendant (whichever hangs the lowest) right above your shirt line for a crisp, clean look. For low cut dresses and tops, necklaces can hang a little lower but try to avoid chains that hang farther than your shirt, as it will get lost and chances are you aren't portraying the look that you were going for in the first place. Both small and large pendants are in style, so this aspect really just depends on your specific preferences.
There are numerous kinds of bracelets to choose from, including chains, beads and even cuffs. There are also multiple color schemes to choose from, but be careful here. The more colors you incorporate into your accessory jewelry, the messier your look can get. This is because multiple colors draw the eye all over the place, but using the same color scheme can help to keep an overall clean look that doesn't distract the eye when someone is looking at you and talking to you.
Other Accessory Jewelry
Anklets and other jewelry should be worn as you feel fit, but keep in mind that you want to keep the color neutral, just like bracelets in order to create a complete, smooth look. And with Accessory Jewelry in general, consider choosing colors that go well with your skin tone and eye color. Blues, greens, and grays go well with light skin tones and hazel, green and blue eyes. Brown eyed people and darker toned skin can get away with these colors, but can also pull off brown, yellow, red and even orange colored jewelry very well too.KenSu Jewelry