Hi Zuri's! Another week has gone by and things seem to be settling down to a new normal. I went to IKEA today and the food counter by the checkout stations is finally open, Its funny the things that I took for granted prior to the lockdown, my boys love their Cinnamon Buns, I ended up trying the Conspiracy Cake, don't know why they call it that, but it was delicious. I have a serious sweet tooth, the boys get it from their mama. LOL
For those Zuri's who have been reading my blog for a while, you know I also love a jumpsuit, and a jumpsuit in print is a definite must have. It was a no brainer that I fell in love and bought this jumpsuit immediately I saw it online.
Prints are great! The bolder the better, however it can be a pain to accessorize. Here a couple of tips that I use when accessorizing print.
- Complimentary Colors
Look for the least dominant color in your print and go with a color similar to that, the other option is to go with a color that is a neutral and complimentary to the dominant color in the print. When choosing the earrings for this print, I was inspired by Mother Nature and her pairing of green leaves with brown tree trunks so I went with our APEERE brown wooden earrings . Mother nature is the Queen when it comes to Color Pallets, trust her!
- Bold Accessories
Opt for bold statement pieces, you want to pick accessories that will not be overshadowed by print. There is no point wearing accessories if no one's going to see them. I chose to go with our IYUN Cuff Bracelet, a couple of our IBOJU rings , APEERE earrings and our IBOJU chain belt
- If In Doubt Go With Gold or Silver Accessories
- Break Up The Print
I went with our IBOJU Chain Belt to Break up the Print and give some relief to the eye
- No to Going Matchy Matchy and Contrasting Colors
Think complimentary colors and not matching colors or contrasting colors. Mother Nature is always there to help.
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Thanks for reading Zuri’s