When you know how to organize your jewelry, you’ll discover some great new ways to accessorize your outfits.
Are your necklaces often tangled up, forgotten, or unworn?
Well, if you’re like most of my clients, the answer is yes.
When it’s hard to find something, or you need time to unravel and untangle, it’s very easy to not even bother attempting to wear the jewelry you have.
That means you’re not accessorizing, which means your outfit is just ok, and ok should NEVER be good enough for you.
Each time I work with a client, I suggest that she finds a spot for the jewelry I used to create her new outfits.
These photos show how my client followed my suggestions to hang up her husband’s unused tie holder on a wall behind a few tops in her closet for her to hang the necklaces I used for all her new outfits.
Now when she gets dressed, there is no need to go digging thru boxes or drawers. All she has to do is move a few hangers over, and voila.
There must be something in my client’s water, as lately so many of them are sharing jewelry designers they’ve met and want me to meet as well.
It’s likely not the water but more that they know how much I love using jewelry often and creatively to make some killer outfits for them.
Today I’ll share the beautiful and affordable designs byAmy Kanarek.
Amy has allowed me to customize her designs for my clients, so I can pick out the perfect metal and stone colors for their features and clothes.
Details matter, and when you wear the right ones you’ve hit the Jackpot. Even a simple all-black outfit or t-shirt and jeans become a watch-out world one with a necklace and earrings that bring out your features that adds personality to your wardrobe.
NOTE: If you make a purchase on Amy Kanarek, tell her Scarlett sent you, and if you are a client of mine I’ll make customized suggestions for you. YOU know why the details matter.
If you know me, you know I love necklaces and how they can make any outfit look 100% more stylish and interesting.
For those who really know me because we’ve worked together, you know how I care about where a necklace lays (or is it lies?) on you and your clothes.
You also know how I love to use accessories in new ways and combinations.
Anyway, I digress…
Clearly, I’m not happy with the length of my necklace in the top photo. I don’t like how my skin is showing thru and it’s a bit too short for my proportions. It simply is not as good as it can be. So, I adjusted the length, and voila.
This is a great example of how a small change makes a big improvement in a very subtle way.
See how my necklace almost looks like it’s part of the neckline in my dress? That’s what you should go for whenever possible, especially with shorter necklaces.
Q. Wondering about your clothes and accessories and how they could be tweaked to look better?
A. Join me for FREE, my gift to you, on Ask Scarlett on July 9, 2021, at 12 noon ET.
Bring your questions or actual clothes and accessories to get my answers and suggestions on how to make you and your outfits look and feel better and more beautiful.