The Art of Accessorizing

People always asks the girls and I how we manage to always look put together.  Of course we always take the compliment, but we also tell them they too can look “pulled together”.  I have found that over the years what makes or breaks an outfit are your accessories.  Like I always say you can have on workout gear and look on fleek if you’re caring an amazing handbag and wearing some killer shades.  Here are my simple rules to mastering the art of accessorizing.

1.  Shoes can totally change your whole look.

Think about it.  You can have on a white tshirt and jeans on and decide to either wear a fun, flirty pair of heels or a pair of birkenstocks.  Both give you completely different looks.Screen Shot 2015-05-04 at 5.42.36 PM

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2.  You CAN wear scarves year round.

Whenever I can’t find the right necklace or shoes to pull it together I throw on a scarf to give it the final touch.  Scarves comes in all types of materials so a lightweight scarf works just as well in the summer. Screen Shot 2015-05-04 at 5.46.53 PM

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3.  NEVER the leave house without any jewelry.

My mom will be so proud to hear me say this.  She used to always get onto me about putting earrings on before leaving the house.  It’s so true though.  Even when girls come in the store wearing oversized tshirts on I love seeing them wearing their bracelets and rings.  For some reason it even makes that look good.

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4. When all else fails wear a statement piece.

Whether it’s a hat, handbag or bold pair of earrings make it stand out.Screen Shot 2015-05-04 at 5.58.12 PM

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I hope this helps and gives you that little bit of confidence to pull off your “pulled together” look.

Xoxo,

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