Whether we agree to it or not – The moment we step out of the home we get conscious of our looks as we are knowingly or unknowingly making a statement of who we are. A good wardrobe is not just enough – one should know how to coordinate it with the right jewelry and colors to make it successful. It doesn’t matter how old you are and what professional you are, looking sharp and smart will definitely change the way how others perceive you. Silver is a personal favorite for many as it carries a simple, everyday look which goes well with anything. But when it comes down to the matter of personal style and striking an impression, you need to be clever in choosing the color that ‘fits’. And that’s all that we are going to discuss here in this blog.
What Color Suits Silver Jewelry?
Silver jewelry usually goes best with the prime shades like black, grey and white. These shades go well for both formal and casual wears and they do well with silver, making a subtle, elegant statement which is not overpowered by the color. Silver shines brightly against the darkness of the black color and looks fabulous be it any size or shape.
With grey and white, where the white already overpowers, it is best if you go big with a bold statement piece which transforms even the most basic and bland outfit into something super stylish. You can also layer silver necklaces if you don’t want to sport a statement piece.
Other than these basic shades, silver also goes amazingly well with dark blue or royal blue, fuchsia pink, burgundy and warm purple that creates a fabulous dark background for the silver to stand out. These colors are best suited for winter and silver represents the color of snow. Hence, a perfect attire for a winter evening would be a royal blue dress with long shining silver necklace.
Designs and Styles:
If the dress is rich in patterns it is best to stick to simple, shorter and less detailed neck piece. And it is also not advisable to wear silver jewelry with multicolored clothing that is full of patterns and shapes as the jewelry and clothing don’t complement each other. For a single colored basic evening dress, it is best to go for a long necklace with a big, semi-statement pendant or a bolo necklace. This will maintain the elegance without over powering the whole look.
The whole idea is to get the right color of outfit for your jewelry and the right piece jewelry for your outfit. End of the day, it all boils down to how comfortable you are in whatever attire you pull off. Just remember to be you – everything else will fall in place.