There’s nothing better than a pretty jewellery piece that brings a smile to our faces. Delicate rings, chunky bracelets and chokers are up for grabs anywhere and everywhere. Wearing jewellery can add the pep you need to spice up your outfit. Big or small, shining stones or cloth tassels, all can be paired with any outfit to lift it up. Jewelry is something to have fun with, it’s not something to be stored in even prettier jewellery boxes which are double its cost. All kinds of accessories define your style spirit, so to not come out too flashy or heavy, Be for Beauty gives you its first Jewelry Edit: pieces to own.
Jewellery Edit: Necklaces, chains and more
Tops and dresses with plunge or v-necklines can look just about normal for an everyday look. To keep up with this comfortable look, don’t go for clothes which are sparkly. Instead wear a neck-piece or a pendant depending upon the look of your outfit. You can wear one or more according to how deep your neckline is.
Slayin’ jewellery isn’t a tough task if you know when and how to wear it. The art of stacking up is a favourite amongst all of us at Be For Beauty. Gold, bronze, silver, or stones, layering is all about keeping it chic, and elegant. PS: Don’t wear a lot of jewellery if there’s a lot going on with your clothes. Keep it chic and elegant with minimal accessories.
Chokers have made their way back into the fashion world and we can safely say, it’s the newest fad. People are raving about chokers but some just find it similar looking to the leash of a dog. To ignore that, build up on chokers with long neck-pieces. This will also accentuate the neckline and the shape of your neck.
When a neckpiece is too much drama for you to add to your outfit, go for delicate pendants which hit the collar bones. These look sophisticated and elegant. It’s just the right amount of zing you need to get noticed. These look great with simple outfits like t-shirt with ripped jeans and heels.
Jewellery Edit: Rings
Gypsy/boho rings:You don’t need an expensive stone to show off your ring; from gold tones to oxidised silver, rings glam your look up. Since we live in India, we have access to intricate silver and copper jewelry and we should totally make the most of it.
Chunky rings: If you use your hands too much while talking and always keep your nails groomed, these rings are a go-to accessory for you. They take a lot of attention and can be worn just with a pair of studs in your ears.
Cocktail rings: Coloured stones, funky designs that make you the centre of the attention are great for nights you wanna make an impression. Make sure you don’t overdo it. The ones with coloured stones are trending the charts as they look regal, making you feel like a queen (Princess Eleanor from The Royals? DREAM)
Midi rings+Bands: No, these do not make your hand look like a jewellery store. You can stack up these rings on all your fingers and they look perfectly chic. If you love junk, silver jewellery, they’re a great option to amp up your look.
Jewellery Edit: Bracelets
Bracelets can add personality to your style and make you look either too bold or too elegant. We like stones, beads and bold bracelets.
Stone bracelets are usually really delicate, add colour to your ensemble. The best part is that they’re very versatile. You can pair these with trousers for work, or wear them with a maxi dress.
The most popular trend in street style is boho–and that extends to bracelets too. Be it a philosophy of life, your favourite quote or just charms, feel free to mix tiny trinkets to create your own style statement.
If bold is your style, then so be it. Mix tiny trinkets like a dainty bracelet with a while/gold/rose gold watch. It looks really stylish, and to the point.
Remember, do not load up on bracelets if you’re wearing an outfit with full sleeves. Know where to hit the bottom on time before you start overly obsessing over how beautiful bracelets are.
Jewelry Edit: Fashion Earrings
Earrings play a crucial role in defining the shape of your face. Here are the three pieces of earrings your jewellery box should always have
Studs are easy to wear, are not heavy in weight, and can be stylish. These are perfect ‘coz they pretty much go with everything. Pearls, diamond hued stones and minimalist gold and silver studs go with everything. So don’t think twice, just wear them. In fact, many jewelry designers are now experimenting with symmetry that adds a more minimalist approach to studs.
Ear jackets came into vogue last year but have hit a new level of sophistication this year. Thanks to their versatility, you can wear them with a sarong and a sharara. Look for geometrical shapes, studded and danglers too.
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Chandelier earrings are ideal for statement makers. High on attention, they are usually long, studded or with stones. Put back your hair and never pair it with a necklace. Just a pair of these earrings, a ring and you’re ready to party.
Jewelry Edit: Brooches
You may think your explorer has redirected you to a blog of the 80’s but guess what? Brooches still do the job of making you look elegant and queen-like. But that’s not the only genre they serve. They can make you look like the always on-fleek Bree Van de Kamp from Desperate Housewives or like Alia Bhatt from Shandaar. They come in all shapes and sizes and look rich and funky at the same time.
Jewelry Edit: Hair Accessories
Who said that you can’t accessorise your hair? If Phoebe Buffay could do it in F.R.I.E.N.D.S. and nail it, why can’t we follow her trend if we can follow her show? Accessorising your hair is a great option for any hair length; long, short or medium. Beautiful coloured combs with stones, hair bands with metal leaves and hair ties with a hint of ancient silver can look dreamy and become a trendsetting change.