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Top 5 Accessory Trends for Spring 2018: Prepare with Starilized

Spring is here and you guys know what that means! It is time to bring out all of your fun, and colorful accessories. As usual, Starilized has you covered on the most trendy Spring accessories for 2018.

Bold Statements

Our bold statement necklace is a vintage charm. With its warm, wooden color, it can be worn as an accessory to a bathing suit, or with a minimal all black or white outfit. Ladies and gentlemen, with blazer dresses, and open blazer jackets trending, this necklace can also be worn as an accessory against your open chest area.

Fringed Earrings

Fringed Earrings are also great statement pieces. Depending on the look you are going for, fringed earrings can be flirty, classy or serve a vintage vibe. Because the spring is always a great time to play with fun colors, you can style our Fringed earrings with with bold colors and/or head wraps.

Layered Necklaces

The best way to wear layered necklaces is to either layer them randomly or match the pre-layered necklace with another piece. You can't go wrong with a minimalistic outfit, using layered necklaces to accessorize your look.

Mix & Match Earrings

Yes do it. Break the rules and mix your earrings. This is perfect look to try on a night out. Pairing different metals and stones, you can style these earrings with solid colors, and chic looks. Yes, you can also pull out your sexy black dress to create a daring look by wearing mix and matched earrings on a night out.

Earring Bling

Styling statement earrings can get tricky, but always remember that less is more. You can use them to spice up a plain outfit, or relaxed hairstyle. Because these earrings are usually complex in design, they can do a great job at bringing more detail to your face, and hairstyle. As a result, its always recommened to wear these earrings with minimalistic outfits, and hairstyles.

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