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The right piece of jewelry will complete any clothing item

  • Written by News Feature Team

If you find yourself bored to tears with your wardrobe, it’s time for a change. But, what kind of change? You already wear what you like, so how do you improve on that? It can be difficult to find a look you love, but it’s worth the effort when you can look fabulous and feel great. Just keep in mind that there are plenty of fashion options in the world, and, odds are, you just haven’t seen them. You may have even looked right at them and still not “seen” them. You don’t always see what you’re not looking for, after all. Here are a few suggestions to help spice up your wardrobe.

Floral patterns are ubiquitous, sure, but they’re popular for a reason. Nature rarely provides a more beautiful organism than flowers. Flowers have been an inspiration to mankind since the beginning, those splashes of color among all the green. Those organic mandalas. So, why not consider a tasteful floral patterned dress? Not too loud or busy, but a simple design with one or two predominant colors on a dark background. Or a light background, really. The sky’s the limit with this fashion favorite. You can also wear flowers in your hair to create a memorable look.

Jewelry is another way to create a look that’s sure to dazzle. Glittering gemstones are another of Mother Nature’s favored children.The way the light plays on their faceted surfaces, the plethora of color choices; it’s no wonder that precious stones have the name they do. They’ve been highly valued and sought after for the entirety of human civilization for their mesmerizing beauty. Why not try a beautiful ruby necklace? Or topaz earrings? If nothing else, the diamond never fails to leave an impression. Those crystal clear raindrops of stone are breathtaking, and you will be, too, when you sport this shimmering stone. Why not buy a piece from Kay Jewelers and elevate your look to the next level?

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