The first time I started to wear accessories happened to be during my university years… Back to few years back, my friends and I are new to fashion and we are always excited to see those different patterns and shapes of accessories being worn by women around us! We were influenced by it..… We were young at that time and sooo naïve about fashion…. Thus, our early exposure turns out to be ‘Christmas-tree-era’! -_- We over accessorized our self. A clash of necklace, bangles and ring allll at once! Oh my. I couldn’t believe it myself but it’s still the best humiliating-memory we’ll ever have! LOL!
Soooo, to avoid other girls out there from experiencing the same early-fashion route like us, how about we have a look on different type and function of accessories available, specifically necklace.
Wearing a statement necklace is like wearing a red lipstick. It polished up your whole look to a greater level! The best part of it is that it could be worn in any occasion and in any outfit that crossed your mind. Hurm. I prefer to claim it as a go-with-the-flow necklace. Either it is for fancy party, annual dinner party or girl’s hangout; a statement necklace will bring out the best in you. Be minimal with outfits and then statement necklace will take care of the rest. Let them do the magic trick. Trust me.
these statement necklaces are from Zalora
Well, choker… is a legend. I have seen Disney princess wear it throughout the story line. Despite “it-happens-a-long-long-time ago”, choker is still being embraced until now. I haven’t worn choker before; believing that I will be having a messy time of fixing the headscarves yet exposing the beauty of the choker. Alas! I have seen Aishah Amin flaunt it effortlessly and she looks totally glam and sophisticated babeh! Talking about that, have I mentioned it to you? Wearing choker could create the illusion of much slimmer neck. Thinking about old malay literature phrase huh? Leher jinjang, anyone?
Too shy to be on the spotlight? Try pendant necklace. It’s perfectly suitable for ladies who wanted to wear something that wouldn't restrict their day-to-day basis movement; yet able to bring out the best of their personal character. Not too glam.. Not too plain... Juuust enough to shine out the elegance side of you. Besides, you might be luckily mistaken of having an effortless fashion taste. How cool is that? :D