To accessorize or not to accessorize? That is the question.

So you’re standing in the mirror and your look is almost complete, but something is missing. You’re not sure what, so you look into your jewelry box and dive in. STOP! You’re about to commit fashion suicide. That perfect outfit you just spent an hour putting together has been ruined; how do you fix it? Let’s see.



Remember, accessories are meant to compliment not destroy your outfit, so just like any relationship if you have to force it to fit together, let it go. Ask yourself the necessary question of “do I really need this?” If the answer is no or if you have to ask then take it off.


I personally love accessories and almost half my wardrobe are made up of them, but I also don’t wear them all at the same time. Unless you’re aiming for a specific look you should pull back. You can find me in all black with bangles and bracelets up to my forearm, but that’ll be it. When accessorizing you don’t want to look overcrowded or messy. Your accessories should create and purposely done look.



I’m a firm believer in accessories either making or breaking your outfit, but sometimes we can go too far. But how do we know when we’ve reached that limit? If you have to ask then I think you’ve found your answer.

 Now go accessorize, but not too much.