10 basic rules for combining accessoriesPictolic
Glossy magazines vie with each other to help us discover all the latest fashion trends, including the latest ideas for pairing clothes and accessories.
Pictolic has carefully studied this topic and is now ready to share all the secrets with you and dispel all myths. Get ready for a wardrobe revolution.
1. Wear no more than 3-4 massive accessories.
In one look, you can combine large accessories, but there should be no more than 3-4 of them. And, of course, they have to match each other in terms of color, style, and material from which they are made.
2. Don't hide a large collar under a bulky scarf.
You don't need to wear a large scarf if your coat already has a large collar. Throw a light shawl around your neck instead.
3. Use a full set of matching jewelry if small in size.
Some people claim that wearing pendants, earrings, bracelets, and rings from the same set looks tasteless. This opinion is partly true, but it all depends on how massive the accessories are. If they are small in size, they can look elegant when combined with each other.
4. Forget the rule that your bag should be the same color as your shoes.
Choosing a bag to match the color of your shoes is optional. If your shoes are very bright, then it is better to choose a handbag in a contrasting light tone. Another rule is not to buy fake brands. Better to pick up cheap wholesale handbags that look very stylish than go around with a fake one.
When working on our style, we should always try to define exactly what effect we want to achieve and then just apply the right accent in our image. We can make our clothes, makeup, or accessories the main part of our look, but we should avoid trying to achieve the same effect through all three elements at the same time. The combination of a fluffy collar on a blouse with huge earrings looks just absurd.
6. Forget about the watch if you are wearing an evening dress.
Wristwatches go well with urban or business attire. However, the watch does not go well with an evening dress.
7. Remember that large rings are not for everyone.
Thick rings look bad on short toes, although thin ones can visually increase their length. Remember this when purchasing a ring.
8. Gloves should be matched with one of your accessories.
The best way to choose the right colored gloves is to look at your shoe or belt. As a rule of thumb, your gloves should go well with at least one accessory.
9. Avoid black shoes if you are wearing pastel colors.
Pastel colors in clothes are best combined with light-colored shoes.
10. Combine specific, for example, cultural accessories with only neutral-colored clothing.
If you are wearing accessories with a lot of threads or balls, pair them with clothing in a neutral color.