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How to Accessorize with Bling
Hello, on behalf of tvlesson.com, I’m a Professional stylist Susan Bigsby with susanbigsby.com.
I like to talk to you of about blinging it up for this season. There is no such thing as having too many accessories for today’s fashion and what an easy and fun way to do it. I happened to find these extremely inexpensive pearls at TJ Max by the way. They are wonderful piece. You can wear them long, you can take this multiple strand and wrap it a couple of times around your neck, so that it’s nice and full. Or you can even wear it as a chain belt and how beautiful is this. You have so many options with the piece like this or you can go to black.
Look at this wonderful piece that I also found for a very inexpensive price. Again, you can wear it long, you can wrap it and you can even put with some vintage beads like I do from time to time and wear a multiple strands around you neck. It’s a great way to update even a t-shirt if we have a jeans jacket.
Now, I happen to love Jack jewelry and found this beautiful black chain. Very simple, no ornamentation on it at all at a vintage show the other day. I bought it because I knew how beautiful it would be by itself or I could keep adding, who knew that you could put all this stuff together. We never did it before. You can just keep adding.