Accessories have the power to make and break any outfit, so I thought sharing some fashion hacks for accessories will be a cool idea. I have previously written about fashion hacks for jewellery, fashion hacks for handbags and fashion hacks for shoes, so catch up on those posts if you missed them.
Here are my top 4 fashion hacks for accessories:
Add a Hat
A hat attracts a lot of attention so make sure you style it right, so it looks good. It takes a lot of confidence to pull this look off because you will definitely stand out from the rest so make sure you are ready for the attention or the looks you will be getting, or just fake the confidence like I do sometimes.
Grab the Sunnies
If you have been reading this blog long enough, you will know I hardly ever appear without my sunnies. I have quite a few now, and I still plan to add more to my collection. I wear my sunnies for comfort than style. I am short-sighted, so I wear contact lenses, and I squint my eyes a lot in sunlight.
A pair of sunglasses is the most versatile accessory you can have. They are super stylish. Having a pair of sunglasses on make you look too cool for school, and you hide your eyebags, red eyes, no eye makeup, and many more under them. Seriously, if you don’t have a pair of sunglasses, you don’t know what you are missing.
Scarves have the power to change a look completely. I have quite a few scarves for different seasons, and I find them so easy to style. If you want to experiment with your accessory game, I suggest you start with scarves. You can’t go wrong with them.
A watch can add a touch of class to any outfit. Plus, it’s a useful and functional accessory that has a purpose – it can help you to tell the time in professional or social situations without being rude and looking at your phone. Browse Rolex Daytona watches for the best of the best!
So there you have my top 4 fashion hacks for accessories. Whatever you do, always remember to keep it effortless and simple. Once an outfit looks like you tried too hard, it ruins the look. Never over-accessorize, it will make you look confusing. Stick with 1 or 2 key accessories at a time, and you will slay the look.
Do you have any tips to share?