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Summer is a great time to accessorise, I think. You can have so much fun with colour, especially with the very trendy neon this season, and adding a little bling is never a bad thing. And you have to remember that whether you like to wear scarves, bangles, or bags, they never really go out of fashion, so think of them as a very good investment. My current favourites include gold bangles (lots of them), big, chunky, necklaces, and gold earrings, worn with my go-to look of a T-shirt and black blazer. With plenty of collections and designers to choose from, here are just a few of my summer picks.
Searching for the perfect gift for a special lady this Valentines? Look no further than the fabulous new Dyrberg/Kern collection, available from Kilkenny stores nationwide and online from www.kilkennyshop.com. The Danish label has something to suit all tastes and styles, with a stunning selection of earrings, watches, necklaces and costume pieces sure to set eyes alight this Valentines – and perfect compliment for any date night outfit!
Combining classic motifs and contemporary design, Pandora’s jewellery collection sparkles with beautiful charms.
Having written about vintage last week, I got to thinking about accessories and how to build up a nice collection of varied pieces for the new season. Accessories, you see, are statements. You can take the simplest of outfits, in any array of colours or styles and by adding a pair of earrings there, a scarf here or a hat, the outfit transforms completely. Whether you like bold pieces, or prefer to stick to jewellery you wear all the time, accessories are something you can have fun with.
Do you know your eighties? If so, prove it at The Twelve Hotel, Fri Nov 12 at 8.30pm sharp when an eighties table quiz followed by an ’80s DJ until late.
I’m about to get my ears pierced. I’m a bit of a coward when it comes to piercing as I hate the pain but in saying that I love the final look.
We often wonder what is the best way to accessorise, whether to match the shoes to the bag, or match the headpiece to the colour of the dress. It all depends on which look you wish to create. There are no definite rules but I believe in the adage “less is more”. Remember that the outfit should enhance your beauty, and for that you need to focus on the woman, not the dress.
When packing for holidays we are easily tempted to bring half our wardrobe and end up having a suitcase full of stuff that we probably will not wear during our stay.