How to choose a piece of jewellery?

Fashionable, chic or glamorous, jewellery is a fashion accessory that will enhance a person’s clothing style. However, you have to know how to wear them to really be an asset. Thus, a bracelet, a necklace or a pair of earrings must be chosen according to 3 criteria. The first one concerns the type of clothing to match with the jewellery and more precisely its neckline. For example, a strapless top will go better with a choker rather than a boat-neck t-shirt. A morning necklace will go better with the latter. As for princess necklaces, they will be ideal for V-neck blouses. Then, simply match the other jewels with the necklace.

According to the morphology

When choosing a piece of jewellery, you have to take into account its morphology. In order not to accentuate the features of a square face, for example, opting for long earrings would be judicious. Apart from that, the bodies cut in 8, A and O shape should favour short necklaces. For opulent women, women’s fashion necklaces will be more suitable. These necklaces will give the impression of an elongated bust. Conversely, this type of necklace is to be avoided by long girls. For these people with a slim silhouette, large jewels will be more appropriate.

According to the skin tone

The last criterion to be taken into account when looking for a piece of jewellery is its material and colour. Golden or gold jewellery will enhance women with fair or slightly tanned skin. However, they can wear silver as long as they are brown. For those with powder blue, green or grey eyes, a pink topaz, peridot or sapphire will be particularly suitable. As for dark-hued ladies, wearing a ring, earrings or a silver necklace is more advisable. In addition, a jewel adorned with a white or brightly coloured stone will perfectly match their skin tone.

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