5 Foolproof Tips In Wearing Jewelry At Work
We’ve all been there: You're preparing your work outfit, thinking about what jewelry to wear and spending too much time getting ready.
But choosing jewelry for work should be a piece of cake.
We listed 5 easy and foolproof tips that will help you choose the right jewelry for work.
1. If it makes a sound, it's a no-no.
When jewelry jangles every time you move, it's too much.
It can be distracting for you and your coworkers in the workplace. When you're wearing a stack of bracelets while typing on your laptop. You don't want to be mistaken for a telephone ringing.
2. When in doubt, put on a pair of earrings.
Oversized studs or statement earrings are enough to make your look classy and effortlessly polished without overdoing your jewelry game.
Plus it can accent your facial features, hair, skin tone and make your outfit pop!
3. Strategically wear your jewelry.
Where you choose to wear your jewelry plays a key role in perfecting your work outfit. To start, always consider matching your pieces to what your workday entails.
Let's say: You are attending a networking party. You are shaking hands with people and holding a drink for most of the night. Wear a nice cocktail diamond ring as it can make all the difference in enhancing your looks.
4. Avoid too shiny or faceted stones.
When holding a meeting, make sure to stay away from overly reflective jewelry. When it shimmers or “sparkles” like in statement necklaces or stackable bracelets, it may draw your co-worker's attention from what you are saying.
It’s all about the right amount of shine.
5. Dainty necklaces are your new best friend.
Consider these delicate, dreamy necklaces as one of your go-to pieces. It's lightweight, simple, and easy to incorporate into your office wardrobe and much more comfortable to wear in the office.
Plus, you can go for several layers of dainty chain necklaces for those days you need an extra confidence boost.
Over to you!
When gearing up for work, wearing 'less is more' is always good advice to follow.
But still, consider the culture of your workplace. Don't hesitate to test the waters and experiment.