MAKE A STATEMENTSeptember 1, 2015
This season it’s all about making a statement, especially when jewelry is involved. Jewelry is the perfect way to bring life to an outfit and enhance your best features. What better way to do so than to complete your look with a bold and attention-grabbing piece of sparkle? The best part about statement jewelry is you don’t need much of anything else to accessorize – just let them have the spotlight.
We’ll get you ready to turn heads with some of the most stunning pieces you can find at Destin Commons and tips on the how to wear them. Don’t hold back with this year’s hottest jewelry trend: From bold baubles to pieces that will have you draping in gold, all that glitters is in for 2015.
One of the best ways to ensure your necklace really makes a statement is to wear it with the right neckline. Strapless, off-the shoulder, scoop or v-neck tops are ideal, as they will let your jewelry do the talking. A solid turtle-neck sweater can work harmoniously with a statement necklace as well and really allow it to be the center of attention.
Your outfit should direct what jewelry you decide to wear. A little black dress is the perfect canvas for more than one statement piece, while jeans and a white top will work well with something big, bright and colourful. You can mix prints with bold jewelry as long as the pieces are simple in color.
Bold pieces are meant to stand out, be sure to not to overwhelme your look by wearing these pieces too close to one another. It is best to wear statement pieces one at a time, but if you are feeling particulously adventurous you should try to balance them as much as possible.
Remember that statement pieces are supposed to make – you guessed it – a statement! Use these tips as a guideline, but don’t be afraid to experiment with different looks. After all, style varies with each person, so find the looks that best define you. So don’t hold back and have fun with your jewelry – show us your bold style by tagging us on Instagram with @thedestincommons and #DestinCommonsStyle.