You’ve chosen your outfit and are feeling fantastic, but there’s one last task to complete.
How to accessorize.
Have you ever struggled to match your jewelry to your outfit?
The purpose of this article is to provide a general stylistic guide for matching accessories.
Earrings, necklace, glasses, hat, and scarf are among the accessories. Wearing them all together in your appearance feels a little strange and over accessorized. This is especially prevalent in the autumn and winter.
This article will show you how to properly match your accessories.
The following are some of the most important points that will be explored in this article.
Large or Small Earrings
Let’s start by determining if large or small earrings are better for you.
The visual presence of small and delicate earrings is weaker, but the visual presence of large earrings is stronger.
Accessories that are larger in size, have a thicker construction, and are brighter in color have a stronger visual presence.
As a result, when selecting earrings, consider the visual weight of your face. The structure of the face itself, such as how heavy or light the bones appear, is referred to as visual weight.
People with a short, broad face, a large face size, a fat face, a large or angular bone structure, or prominent facial features should wear earrings with a strong visual presence.
Earring that are too heavy, bulky, or dramatic should be avoided by those with small delicate bone structures because they will appear too dominating for their sensitive attractiveness. Earrings that are thin, fine, flat, and delicate are more suitable.
Long or Short Earrings
Second, we’ll see whether your outfit complements long or short earrings.
Long earrings help elongate the face by generating a vertical extending appearance, which is ideal for persons with short faces.
More visual space is created on the upper body when you wear outfits that reveal your neck and shoulders. As a result, you can combine these outfits with long earrings that have a bigger visual presence.
Turtlenecks and scarves are wardrobe essentials in the autumn and winter. Your neck and shoulders are frequently hidden. As a result, if you choose bold earrings, they may be unsuitable since they appear crowded.
It is preferable to replace them with small, delicate earrings.
How to Put Your Accessories
Women believe that if they wear glasses, they can’t wear hats, earrings, or heavy necklaces. While it may seem counterintuitive, it can be done using this easy approach that I’ll discuss.
Striking a healthy balance and creating space is a solid rule of thumb.
Every piece of accessory, especially those that are worn around your face, should have its own place.
It’ll be referred to as the partition method.
To divide your head into two sections, use your earlobes as a point of division. The top part is the level above the earlobe, while the lower part is the level below.
The rule is to only wear one sort of accessory in each region while maintaining a certain amount of distance between them.
This allows your accessories to shine without conflicting with one another, resulting in a great style.
Consider the following scenario.
When earrings, glasses, and a hat are worn at the same time, the overall style may appear cluttered.
What can we do to make the appearance better?
Remove your glasses and just maintain one accessory in each region, giving enough distance between them to appear less cluttered.
You may also remove the hat and only wear the glasses and earrings.
This also adheres to the rule of just wearing one accessory in each location. However, because both accessories are near to each other, your face may appear congested.
What you can do is replace the earrings with ones that have a low visual presence, such as ear studs. This creates a much more balanced appearance.
I’d like to point out that your choice of earrings is influenced by the type of glasses frame you wear.
If your frames are bold, go for a pair of earrings that have a smaller visual presence, such as something daintier and shorter.
Your studs are also a safe, stylish, and more understated option, but if dainty earrings aren’t your style, go for earrings that feel like you.
You must be yourself and feel good about yourself. If you like big earrings, go for a rimless pair or something more delicate if you want to tone down the frames.
Another example comes to mind.
If you wear earrings and a hat, you already have one accessory in each of your upper and lower areas. It will appear overly crowded if you decide to wear a scarf. These large earrings should be replaced with ear studs, which have a considerably smaller visual presence, to improve the look’s balance.
Matching Color & Material
The color of your jewelry can enhance your skin tone in the same way that the color of your clothes can.
When it comes to silver vs. gold jewelry, silver tends to go better with chilly undertones. Warm undertones in gold jewelry look stunning.
The neutral skin tones are when your skin undertone is somewhere in the middle. Gold and silver, as well as other hues, look great on neutral complexion tones.
That isn’t to say that you can’t wear the other; it’s only that gold and silver accent and complement two different tones.
If you’re wearing black, white, or other neutrals, you can go with any color that looks smart and harmonized as an accessory.
If you want to try something different, match the color of your jewelry or accessories to your outfit.
To make your entire combination look more harmonious and balanced, you may, for example, match the color of your earrings with that of your clothes. Another example is wearing earrings that are the same color as your hat or backpack.
Getting them all to be the same color can be difficult at times.
Accessories in similar tones will look great together, or you can match your earrings to the color of your back decoration.
Take notice of the color of metallic elements in your outfit, such as the zipper, studs on the clothes, buckle on the belts, embellishments on the backs, and shoes, while styling with gold or silver jewelry.
To the extent possible, match the color of your jewelry to the metals of your accessories.
Choose silver jewelry colors that suit your accessories, for example, if your accessories feature silver pieces. If you have golden tones in your accessories, gold jewelry is the way to go.
Accessorizing Your Outfits
Accessorizing is a technique for adding interest to your outfits by combining little items. But there’s a lot more to learn about how to add intelligent accessories to your personal style.
Consider the finer details of your outfit.
Are there busy prints with a lot of extra elements and layers, or are the designs generally basic and simple?
The idea is to keep your outfit and jewelry in sync.
Understated jewelry with a weak visual presence complements busy prints with lots of elements and layers.
Bolder pieces with significant visual presence can benefit an outfit with more fundamentals and less adornments.
However, a bold outfit does not necessitate dainty jewelry. If the jewelry suits the style and won’t overpower the outfit, you can wear it with a bold look.
Keep in mind that balance is crucial.
Your clothing’s material is a fantastic place to start.
Knitted sweaters and woolen textiles go well with dainty jewelry. Heavier jewelry can benefit light textiles such as cotton or nylon.
There are always exceptions to fashion norms, and when it comes to your personal style, you know what works best for you.
What matters is that you are confident. Make your choice based on what you think looks best on you.
It takes time to learn how to accessorize an outfit. However, once you’ve mastered it, you’ll be seeing your wardrobe in a whole new light.
You can put your newfound knowledge to use now that you know how to match your accessories with various outfits.