Using Jewelry to Create Five Holiday Looks

With Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years right around the corner – Tis’ the season for social gatherings and events!  As you prepare gifts, cards, and decorations, round out the season by ornamenting yourself with shimmer and shine.  As the weather outside is drab, it’s your duty to bring light back into the season. Read on to discover five holiday looks that will make the holidays bright!

Black Ice: Sophisticated and formal this look pairs perfectly with a little black dress, or even a belted blazer.  Coupling sparkle and deeply tinted hues refreshes the look of the traditional crystal.









Christmas Classic: You can never go wrong with pearls. Whether a multi strand set, or silver chain infused with this white jewel, you will stand out as a classic beauty. This look can go formal or more casual because of its soft glow.










New Years Rock: Fun, fabulous, and flirty. Chunky jewelry works well when paired with bright colors. This look flatters women with broad shoulders and long necks.








Jack Frost: Eye catching clear stones have a timeless quality. With the appearance of ice crystals the look compliments the seasonal weather. Depending on the decadence of the piece you can go either fancy or fun.

Silver Bells:  This holiday season wouldn’t be complete without a literal silver lining. Simple or ornate, silver rings fit with each and every outfit you own. Size will help determine if it’s a novel vs. a staple piece in your accessory wardrobe.

Shine bright this season with any of these five looks! All pieces are available for purchase at The Loft in Ames, Iowa. Open seven days a week, you will have plenty of time to shop for yourself and all those on your Christmas list!

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1 Response to Using Jewelry to Create Five Holiday Looks

  1. LaBellaGlam says:

    Reblogged this on La Bella Glam and commented:
    Great Accessory tips!

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