Like the different elements in a famous painting or a catchy lyric in a song, we take notice to details. As humans, it’s nearly in our nature to try and capture as much as we can in a single glance. When it comes to a good outfit, this also rings true.
While style is what many consider a matter of instinct, it is also masked with details that reflect your inner Fashionista/o. Trendy or not, details in an outfit take a look from basic to eye-catching. Accessorizing your outfit is an easy way to complete your look while also staying true to your personal style.
In the world of accessorizing, the mixing of silver and gold has never gone out of style (que Taylor Swift song). No, but really, you can’t go wrong with mixing different rings, necklaces and earrings when it comes to this trend. More importantly, it creates a happy-medium of artsy and pretty that many Fashionistas embody nowadays.
This Fashionista clearly captures the essence of this trend. Her mix of silver and gold rings are the perfect touch to accent her long sweater and dark ankle boots. While our eyes are drawn to her bold sweater at first, they quickly move toward the direction of the decadent details of her rings and necklace, which are the standout details of her outfit.
These fine touches bring her outfit together because they contrast a bold and bright sweater with simple, yet noticeable accessories. This Fashionista also has a range of midi rings that don’t sit back the whole way on her finger, creating a more unique look.
How To: Wondering how you can add this look to your closet? Stores like Francesca’s, H&M and Forever 21 have tons of accessories for creating this kind of look. Along with stacking rings, they have tons of long, dainty necklaces that are also perfect for layering and the best part is, they are extremely affordable, so you don’t have to worrying about spending too much on small accent pieces. Whether you’re dressing an outfit up or going for your everyday accessorizing routine, you can’t go wrong with adding a little bit of ice to your wardrobe. And what better way to do so than with a hint of silver and a touch of gold?