Hello friends! TGIF, right?! I am very excited to have Zena from Golden State Prepster guest posting on the blog today! I am loving this post about statement jewelry for all budgets. Be sure to check out her site & show her lots of love!
Making a Statement
It’s called statement jewelry for a reason.Who doesn’t worry whether their glittering
necklace will appear gaudy, tasteless, or over the top? But I think this is
part of statement jewelry’s charm. It projects you’re a girl who likes what she
likes, and will walk proudly in her glittery earrings and huge necklaces!
Statement jewelry is that one finishing touch which turns a simple outfit into
something everyone loves.
Upping a simple
outfit Audrey Hepburn is amazing and all, but I think that iconic photo of
her would be a little less special without the glittering pearls she wears
around her neck. Emulate this classy queen by adding a special touch to formal
dresses, professional attire, casual dresses, or even jeans and a collared
Adding contrast or
coordination Statement jewelry can bring an outfit “head to toe” with
coordination. Match a maroon skirt with maroon earrings, or complement colorful
heels with an equally colorful necklace.
definitely takes guts, and doesn’t always work. Some of my favorite combos are blue
and gold (denim top and a necklace), pink and orange, and pink and green (think
Adding color We
can all admit that our closets contain more white, gray, and black than lovely
pastels or happy bright colors. Statement jewelry provides that pop of color
which can transform an outfit. A bonus is that you don’t need to worry as much
about jewelry color fading or not exactly matching another tone.
In this post, I have six different types of jewelry, on
price points for every budget. Hope you enjoy!
What are your favorite statement pieces in your wardrobe?
On an unrelated note, what’s everyone doing this long weekend? I am so excited to be picking my boyfriend up at the airport tomorrow… Two weeks has felt like a lifetime! (And a trip to the airport gives me an excuse to play in Knoxville all day and FINALLY visit the new Lilly store!)