Accessories may make up a small part of your outfit, but it's more significant than you think. A laid-back jeans-and-T-shirt combo, for example, can look a bit more polished with the addition of pearl studs or a leather watch. That said, it's useful to own a set of "everyday" jewelry you can regularly reach for—these are pieces that can go with anything and everything and can elevate a simple getup. Check them out below:
1. Stud earrings
Whether it's a pair of diamond, pearl, silver, or white gold stud earrings, this type of earring never goes out of style.
Trevi Earrings, P13,980, ROYAL GEM X LOVE MARIE, Royal Gem
Diamond Illusion Earrings With Halo Set In Rose Gold, OCAMPO'S JEWELLERY, Ocampo's Jewellery
Try going for baroque pearl earrings if you're looking for a timeless stud that isn't boring:
Baroque South Sea Pearl Earrings, JMA JEWELRY, EDSA Shangri-la Hotel
2. Thin, delicate necklace
Its minimalist style makes it easy to wear. You won't need to think about whether or not your necklace clashes with your neckline. You can layer it with other simple chains to instantly dress up a basic OOTD.
When layering necklaces, you can start by piling three necklaces together. Play around with various lengths!
Daffodil Necklace, OROCHINA JEWELRY, Orochina Jewelry
3. Classic watch
Of course, this list won't be complete without a timepiece!
If you've got a laid-back style, a leather watch will surely tickle your fancy.
Signature Watch, PHILIP STEIN, Philip Stein
Meanwhile, a two-tone timepiece is perfect for the lady with a classic taste:
Optional: Stacked bracelets
A watch can make a statement on its own, but it also wouldn't hurt to team it up with a stack of bracelets.
As frequently seen on Heart Evangelista, layered baubles instantly add polish to a casual outfit:
When stacking bracelets, feel free to play with proportions; try mixing thick bangles with thin trinkets.
You can also pair delicate chains together to create a dainty stack:
Reflexions Rose Bracelet, P9650, PANDORA, Greenbelt 5
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