Fashion in general isn't about clothes only, and for ages we've known that accessorizing can make or ruin an outfit.  There are such huge numbers of attire styles, various accessories expected for different body parts, and, just to spice things up a bit, there are the shades as well. If you also include  the trends, you can get headache. Luckily, there are approaches to make the "rules of accessorizing" simpler, and lessen them to a basic standard, that will, later on, help you make your very own fruitful combinations.

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Let the colors guide you

Color matching isn't something we genetically know or don't know. It's an ability to be mastered. Here are several tips that will enable you to coordinate your accessories to your outfit dependent on shades:

  • Remain within a similar family (jewels with jewels, pastels with pastels, etc.).
  • Find complementary (opposite)shades on the color wheel.
  • Use a lighter or darker shade of the shade of your outfit.
  • Use a printed (patterned) accessory that has a similar shade with your clothes.
  • Break down with neutral combination with a strong color.

Consider the scale too

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The size of your accessories will likewise affect the ultimate appearance of your outfit. Excessively bid and busy accessories will only go well with simple, monochrome (or sometimes color-blocked) outfits. Then again, such pieces would make patterned clothes look tasteless and stupid. Patterned or embellished outfits are best supplemented with understated, little accessories. When picking accessories, you should even factor in your height. For instance, petit women should avoid larger than usual handbags, while tall ladies look wonderful wearing clutches.

To dizzy to remember all of these rules? Well, there are ways to chose the perfect accessories to go with your outfit that do not require you to learn by heart all of these rules. Check it out!