Jewelry Wardrobe Styling
Does it look strange to wear a platinum wedding band and a yellow gold watch?
Should my pearl earrings be the same size as the pearls in my necklace?
Do I look better in yellow, rose, or white gold?
Does this ring make my finger look fat?
These are all actual questions I've been asked over the years, which tells me that women sometimes need an honest assessment of what looks good on them, and they don't want to make a fashion faux pas if they can help it.
Styling a client's jewelry wardrobe is always a fun and fruitful way to spend an hour or two. It usually results in at least a few new looks and jewelry combinations, recommendations for pieces to buy to expand the wearability of your collection, and some suggestions on how to make your fine jewelry more versatile or simply fit better.
For instance, I see many diamond stud earrings pitching forward on earlobes so that they don't sparkle like they should and almost face the floor. With a pair of special earring backs that I always carry with me, this problem can usually be solved in just a moment, so that the earrings sit properly and beautifully highlight the face.
There are so many easy ways to make your jewelry more versatile, and therefore wearable. I've been styling women for years, and am happy to dive into a closet along with your jewelry to figure out the perfect accompaniments.
Contact me for assistance with styling your jewelry wardrobe.
Styling selections above courtesy of InStore Magazine