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Published on: 20 Oct 2016 by rgpt105
the modern world of fashion, having your accessories match your outfit
(and each other) perfectly is no longer a must. In fact, this antiquated
method of ensemble augmentation is a major no-no. On the other hand,
you don’t want to display a discordant jumble of embellishments that
drown you and your outfit in an overwhelming riot of color, clutter, and
outright chaos. This isn’t the ’80s, after all, and you’re certainly
not the Material Girl. But if you’re staying away these two extremes,
you might be at somewhat of a loss as to just how you are supposed to
select the right accessories to go with any given garment. So here are
just a few tips that will quickly have you looking like the fashion
maven you’d like the world to see.
Say you’re wearing a fuchsia dress, for example.
Rather than going for fuchsia earrings and bangles to match, choose
accessories in other shades of purple, such as plum, grape, lavender,
lilac, and even wine. And don’t forget that fuchsia is a color between
red and blue, so both of these hues could also be used as supporting
characters in the casting call that is your outfit.
If you’re wearing a blue shirt, for example, a bright orange accessory like a bracelet or handbag could give your ensemble that extra oomph you’re looking for.
Of course, there are some combos you’ll probably want to avoid. Red and
green, for example, could give off a holiday vibe that you don’t
necessarily want in your outfit.
for example, you’re wearing a big, bold print, you don’t want to accent
it with a delicate necklace, which will get lost in the shuffle. And if
you’ve got a flowy poncho on over your tee and skinny jeans, a large
tote is the way to go rather than a tiny clutch.