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This instructional step by step video will show how to accessorize your casual look.
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Hi, I am Leslie Arnelle. Today I am showing you how to accessorize your outfit. Andrea is now wearing casual look and I am going to show you how to accessorize it. What's in this season are metal colored stilettos or metal color shoes. Andrea has on silver metal color stilettos. She has a semi dark pair of boot cut jeans.
A really nice flirty blouse and to accessorize this look, you don't need to overpower simply because it's already a print color -- a print type blouse. So we are going to wear a metal cup bracelet, and this is going to bring out her metal stilettos. And we are also going to use an oversize clutch handbag. When you are picking up a color for a print blouse, you want to go with the darkest color. What that's going to do is bring out that blouse. The light color clutch would just go against it, wouldn't really do anything. But as you can see the darker color compliments her overall look.
Okay again Andrea has on, metal color stilettos, a semi-dark pair of boot cut jeans, a printed blouse, a simple metal cough to bring out her stilettos and a dark color clutch to bring out her blouse to compliment her overall look. This is casual look; next we are going to accessorize a fun and flirty casual look.