If you’ve visited at least once my Pinterest account, (if not, do it now. Seriously. Or this post is pointless. Ok, just joking, you can stalk me later 🙂 ) you might have seen the Inspirational Looks board and the My Style one. Those two were separate from the beginning, for two reasons:
1. many, many, many times what I usually go for can’t be borrowed from Couture shows
2. I always type Pinterest dot com to find inspiration for future outfits and all together looks. I mean, that’s why we’re all there, right?
So, even though I have my fair share of accessories for summer, starting with sunglasses and finishing with rings, I am looking for a quirky, casual, fun necklace that goes with my personality and oh, just about everything I have in my closet.
Currently, I’m obsessing over dainty, gold necklaces worn together or separate aaand I have already purchased one, to start the summer well. Here are my top 3 accessories this summer – I love to wear them at basic shirts, tops and why not, even rompers:
The far left one and the one in center are from Stradivarius, while the third is from H&M. Have you discovered the one I bought this June?
Yes, you guessed right: it’s the layered necklace with the white crystal.
The far left one is by far the most colored accessory I possess – it has everything, from painted suede string, to rainbow stones, to checkered squares and even a… beetle:
It makes me smile everytime I put it on. It goes beautifully with a silk black top, a white t-shirt or even a monochrome dress. I avoid other prints, since I want to make this piece really pop.
The layered necklace is much more subtle but what I love about it is the sunlight it reflects on my skin. Plus, the crystal gives it a mystery note without being too overbearing.
The H&M piece is an older purchase. I wanted something elegant but not extremely sophisticated so I could wear it in the middle of the day, too. I paired it with denim tops (the first button loosened), white shirts, an zebra print romper in powder pink and black. It goes with everything, really.
What’s next for me?