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Statement-Making Jewelry for Every Kind of Dress. It’s party time!

Statement-Making Jewelry for Every Kind of Dress

You’ve got your dress all picked out, but it’s the jewelry that’s really going to make or break your look. It’s a big night and you want to make a big statement, but depending on what you’re wearing, a jeweled belt or bold cuff could be a better bet than your favorite go-to necklace. And whether you choose to wear a little jewelry or a lot, you want to make sure that you are putting the emphasis in the right place. Here are a few tips for accessorizing every dress: 1. A deep V provides the perfect frame for a longer pendant necklace. Top Row (Left to Right): Blue Crystal Fringe Necklace, RADA, $149; Red Triangle Pendant, ASOS, $19; Plunging Neckline Dress, NASTY GAL, $83; Cobalt Blue Stone Necklace, NEST, $145; Crystal Pendant, BAUBLE BAR, $36; Bottom Row: Sabre Tooth Necklace, ALEXIS BITTAR, $245; Art Deco Pendant, BAUBLE BAR, $34; Sunburst Pendant, HOUSE OF HARLOW 1960, $80; Spike Necklace, MANDYWU, $157 2. 3. 4. 5.

Who says belts aren’t be jewelry? 6. 7. 8. Fashion Friday: 21 Outfits for Fall {fashion 2011} It’s been a long time since we’ve had a fashion friday post and man-oh-man do I ever need some fall fashion inspiration!

Fashion Friday: 21 Outfits for Fall {fashion 2011}

I’ve gathered together a collection of 21 outfits that inspire me to get out of my grubbies and start looking cute! Since my boys went back to school, I have been running around town with no makeup, pony-tail hair, glasses, and “lounge wear”. I’m not sure my kiddos’ teachers will even recognize me when (if???) I actually get my act together and show up to school “dressed”. Enough is enough. Fashion for 2011 When you are putting together an outfit, use the same rules that you use when putting together a room or vignette. For fall and winter, I wear a ton of neutrals so this outfit is very me. I LOVE this outfit minus the necklace and bracelet. I wouldn’t have thought to put a Burberry scarf with a green cardigan, but I like this look a lot. Again, I couldn’t walk in those shoes, but I love them.

I like everything here minus the scarf, belt, and bag. Perfection. Dress Coding: Casual Work Attire - Lauren Conrad. For those of you who are lucky enough to enjoy a casual work environment thank your lucky stars!

Dress Coding: Casual Work Attire - Lauren Conrad

Generally speaking, casual dress code can be symbolic of a company’s attitude toward its employees. In a way, it’s a sign of respect and trust. Apple, Google, and Nike all have very casual, laidback dress codes. Formal dress doesn’t always mean success. That is not to say, dressing like a slob is sanctioned casual work attire.

The best thing about a casual dress code is almost anything goes (unless it conflicts with The Commandments, of course). Below are a few outfit ideas for all you casual work wear ladies to consider… 1. Jaeger Circular Hem Sweater, 7 For All Mankind Roxanne Jeans, Butter London nail polish in British Racing Green, LC Lauren Conrad Bow Ring, H&M Cap Toe Flats, See by Chloe Loki Bag 2. Dresses at Nectar Clothing - StumbleUpon. Web-goddess: 25 Ways to Wear a Scarf - StumbleUpon.

Teal and Grey. Things that Catch my Eye - StumbleUpon.