Azure Days…

Azure skies and the thought of turquoise seas, make me think of all things azure blue on the accessory front, this time of year.

 The Jewel Hut is a  jewellery website with a mix of well know brands, and it’s very easy to browse. Just type in the colour, gemstone or metal, and away you go! Links of London, watch above.

Add a touch of summer to your basic whites and beach front attire with shades of turquoise… I’m not really in the frame of mind for new buys, but new accessories can give you lots of style mileage. Thomas Sabo disc pendant at The Jewel Hut above, to thread onto a favourite chain.

 

It wouldn’t be summer without a bit of timeless Navajo style jewellery. Faux Navajo-style ring, with sterling silver oval cast, above at Essential. View these cascading drop earrings at Essential, here. Essential is a great website for gifts too, like this Eton Shamballa style bracelet watch, here in the sale.

My Style Tip - use a  silver or gold chain, and swap your pendant or charm, depending on your  outfit. It’s a good idea to collect a few pendants or charms, that will easily slip onto your favourite chain.

When summer is a distant memory, and you have packed away your summer whites – wear your new turquoise jewellery with amber and autumnal shades, to give your winter wardrobe a lift.

Emerald Street Style

My Your Style post today is taking you on a stroll down Emerald Street, for all your fashion, beauty and style updates. I love the throw over duster coats featured above – perfect for your neutral wardrobe staples.

Emerald Street is a cultural website that can be delivered to your inbox for free. You can even find out what’s trending in  the food halls – Quinoa Crisps!

 

Pimp up your classics!

Pimp up your fashion classic white shirt by adding some new accessories and a pair of over-sized Tory Burch designer sunglasses, for that trip to The Hamptons, (perhaps throw in an iconic Tory Burch Tunic too!).

At Net-A-Porter -Tom Binns designer jewellery  and Proenza Schouler‘s embellished block heels, will bring your classics up to date, along with the essential summer clutch.

All logo-ed up with a Tory Burch double twist bracelet,above.

Chokers and short strand necklaces are trending this summer. Top Shop’s short rope necklace, above.

Styling Tips –  You don’t have to co-ordinate your accessories; for example, mix the Top Shop short necklace (or a fine stranded choker), with a chunky bracelet (or the Tory Burch bracelet featured), to mash up your classics. You can mix silver and gold too.

Experiment - at home in front of the mirror, hunt around in your accessory draw for some forgotten necklaces and bracelets and try on with your simple t-shirt, blazer, or white shirt, until you get the desired effect.

Improvise - you may even wish to shorten some necklaces that you no longer wear and layer them up to create your own versions. Quirky accessories can really work with a classic wardrobe.

Purchase in the sale - It’s a good time to shop for accessories in the sale – they speak volumes about your style, so invest in some new ones, if you have to, and get your existing summer classics on track.

 

 

Minimal Chic

Go for Minimal Chic if you are having a what to-wear-moment for an event this summer. Feel more in control and comfortable with the less is more approach. No jewellery needed.

Monochrome Style – a cut above the rest…Joseph above. Visit matches.com here for more Joseph.

Keep up with the Kardashian Style  –  understated glamour with an  all white outfit, (published in The Mail Online, by Georgia Hart,31 May 2014).

Visit  M&Co if you are on a budget, and view this elegant blouse that looks expensive.

White trousers suits are out there! So ditch your florals for some serious cool, minimal chic this summer.

Online Style

This week my Your Style post features Amanda Start – the U.K. blogger behind The Online Stylist. I like to drop by to her New Forest H.Q  to view her treasure trove of lifestyle, fashion, home and beauty posts. Above post: Posted on 2014 March 13 2014 under, Five Spring Must Haves by Online Stylist. 

 

Amanda Start‘s blog – a forty-something fashion find.

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