Pick A Jewelry to Match your Personality and Outfit - Floyd & Green
November 29th, 2018
5 Ways to Coordinate Jewelry with Your Outfit
There are endless combinations to choose from in the average wardrobe. For women, “what to wear” can be a particularly difficult task to accomplish. Yet somehow, we make it out of bed, make an outfit selection, and go through the motions of our busy lives. Everything from our hairstyles and makeup, to wardrobe and shoes should be carefully selected to create a fashionable ensemble.
After all of these choices are made, it’s important to pay attention to detail. Jewelry, whether costume or fine, can really tie the knot on ones outfit. Here are some good ways to coordinate jewelry with your outfit:
The jewelry should always match the occasion: Are you wearing a ballroom gown? Is the occasion a business meeting? Your jewelry choices on an average Tuesday should never be the same as your selections for a gala or even for a fancy restaurant. Try toning your jewelry down with smaller pieces for more reserved instance and glam it up when you’re out on the town.
Choose earrings that will draw attention to your face: Jewelry shouldn’t only match your outfit, but it should also work well with your complexion. Everyone’s face shape and skin tone are unique, but we can suggest that a nice pair of diamond studs are universal.
Personalization: A cute way to escalate a casual outfit is to add a piece of personalized jewelry. A monogram on a pendant or ring is a fun, and simple way to put a unique spin on your favorite pieces. Floyd and Green offers a wide array of personalized rings, pendants, earrings, and bracelets, as well as affordable engraving services to add that “personal touch”.
Cuts and necklines: Necklaces can really make a statement when paired with the right outfit. If you’re wearing something with a deep V neckline, try pairing it with a layered strand necklace. If you’re opting for something off the shoulder, try a statement collar piece. Can’t find the right necklace to go with your turtleneck? Geometric chokers work very well in tandem with turtlenecks.
Wearing the right amount: Unlike most aesthetics; for jewelry, less is not necessarily more. Here at Floyd and Green, we carry plenty of lines such as Kendra Scott and John Hardy, whose bracelets are perfect for mix-and-matching. Our collections of stackable Pandora rings are another great way to add a few accessories for both the casual get-together, as well as the professional business setting.
Jewelry and the clothes you wear are an expression of who you are, and while these are just a few general rules, you should wear what makes you look your best. Come see us at Floyd and Green Jewelers today to find the perfect pieces for you.