How To Get Your Scarf To Stop Eating Your Earrings, And Other Important Jewelry Tips For Winter
Wearing jewelry in the winter can be challenging. Scarves and dangly earrings are mortal enemies. Turtlenecks and necklaces share an equally bloody past. And rings that you think are snugly ensconced on a cold finger, can fall victim to the removal of a tight fitting glove.
But take heart because there are simple solutions, and the onset of cold weather doesn’t mean you need to put away your jewelry until spring. Cool sparkly metal and fuzzy winter accessories can be the best of friends.
Here are some suggestions.
Try the simple statement of post earrings with your scarves and hats. That little pop of shiny metal makes a great complement to soft wooly textures.
I love a simple long bar necklace over a solid color sweater to create a sophisticated yet cozy statement.
I love the way long sweater sleeves or fingerless gloves can create a nice frame for stacks of rings. No need to hold back on the number of rings. This is a great place to really load up and make a statement.
Bracelets and bulky sleeves can be a problem. It may seem counter-intuitive, but try dainty, slim fitting bracelets in singles or multiples. This streamlined style comfortably slips under your sleeve, and won’t snag or bunch.
Short necklaces, even worn in layers, can peep out above V-neck or cowl neck sweaters.