Don't Be a Fashion Victim

 . . Tip #9:
How much is too much when it comes to accessorising?

For jewellery, divide your pieces into three categories according to body parts - ears, neck and arm. In general, bling on two of areas is enough.

The bigger and more head-turning a piece is, the smaller the other piece should be. So don't wear big hoop earrings with a chunky necklace.

When other accessories come into play, don't overcrowd one area of your body. For example, if you wear a scarf on your head, don't pair it with large earrings. A pair of ear studs, a stack of chunky bangles and a belt will work well with a scarf as you are spreading your accessories around.

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