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Two Accents – Jacket and Necklace (see previous post)
Dress: Lane Bryant | Necklace: Silpada Designs (see previous post)
Two Accents – Jacket and Necklace
Jumpsuit: Spoiled.com | Jewelry: Silpada Designs (see previous post)
As a jewelry stylist with Silpada Designs we’ve always lived by the rule of three. You should always wear three pieces of jewelry (earrings, necklace ring or earrings, necklace, bracelet) or if you just want to go with bracelets layer three of them together. Why? It completes your look, adds interest and character, and just looks better. Well, did you know that Nordstrom and Banana Republic also incorporates the Rule of Three? Both stores require their employees to wear a third-piece of clothing to look more polished and stylish. Although shoes are not usually considered a third-piece in the rule of three, they can be if they have a personality of their own, like the leopard print shoes I posted above. Here’s how to go from boring to amazing with the Rule of Three:
1. Start with the foundation of a top and bottom or a dress;
2. Choose your 3rd accent piece. This can include a scarf, hat, statement jewelry, handbag, jacket, or killer shoes;
3. Pull it all together. Don’t be afraid to add a 4th accent as long as it’s complementary and doesn’t compete with your other accent pieces.
I shared a few “third piece” ideas for you to consider and my favorite outfits where I practiced the Rule of Three.
Have fun with it and share pictures of how you’re practicing the Rule of Three. Don’t forget to subscribe/follow my blog and find me on other social media channels!
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