1. Match spring and summer attire
Match spring and summer attire with cool colors. The bright airiness and freshness of spring and summer clothes look great with cool, natural colors. Try gemstones like blue topaz or green peridot against soft and neutral fabrics or patterns. Turn your outfit into something inspired straight from nature by mixing naturally-paired colors together.
2. Mixing cool jewelry with warm colors
There's a science behind matching up colors in fashion. The color wheel will tell you that as warm and cool shades blend one way, they also blend in the opposite. Deep green and dark blue gemstones pop against a yellow or orange dress. Striking the balance between cool and warm colors is basically what accessorizing is all about. Try to coordinate jewelry and outfits to be the prettiest "opposites attract" example out there.
3. Carefully consider your earrings
Your earrings are usually in the field of vision for anyone who is talking to you, so they are important. You should aim to choose earrings to frame your face and complement your hair, eye color and skin tone. If you have long hair a great tip is to select a color or metal finish which is more likely to be visible, depending on your hair color.
4. Don’t forget to change your earrings
Remembering to change up your earrings is a great way to add interest and style to your look day to day. It's also a great opportunity to give your favorite pair of earrings a good clean. A good place to start is digging through your jewelry collection to find what you haven’t worn in a while. You can also purchase new pairs of earrings which catch your attention and will add some variety and interest to your jewelry collection.
5. Chose focal point for your jewelry
Where do you want people's gaze to be directed if you're dressing up for something special? If you’re wearing jewelry that’s intended to catch the eye, then it’s usually best to make the visual focus on one body area which you want to draw attention to: neck, ears, hands, etc. For instance, if you’re wearing a bold necklace, then go for more subtle rings and earrings. Or you might even consider leaving them out altogether.