November 3, 2008

Lia Sophia Says How to Spice Up the Holidays With Fabulous Jewelry

As temperatures drop, jewelry trends heat up.

Jewelry is essential to every woman's wardrobe, especially this time of year when calendars are booked with festive celebrations, says Bonni Davis, vice president of sales for lia sophia. For anyone struggling to find the right accessories to complement their special outfits this holiday - you're in luck. Davis provides advice on spicing up your style this season.

Davis provides the following helpful tips for this holiday season:

-- Complement and Contrast. Wear contrasting colors that complement each other instead of insisting that clothing and jewelry match exactly. For example, try pairing a purple necklace with a black dress for a sophisticated pop of color.

-- Bold and Bejeweled. Chunky beaded or linked necklaces, cocktail rings with large center stones, and wide stretch bracelets will make you the center of attention at any holiday gathering. You can wear one bold style for a "less is more" look, or, if you're feeling daring, pile the pieces on.

-- Take a Chance. Jewelry is a great way to try out new trends that you might not wear in clothing because it is too much of a departure for you. Maybe you love the color green but would never buy a dress that color. Toss on a few green accessories with a neutral colored outfit, and you are following the green trend your way.

-- Holiday Radiance. Glow in crystals, pearls, cubic zirconia (czs), and metallic beads this winter. For more subtle office party glamour, mix one sparkling piece of jewelry with simpler styles, or go all out with a matching cz or crystal necklace, bracelet and earrings for a more formal soiree.

-- More Metal. Sparkle isn't for everyone, but even women who prefer less glitz can add interest to their wardrobes with the modern trend of metal jewelry. Whether gold, silver, or hematite, jewels without beads and crystals are gaining in popularity due to their versatility. Dressing up your look with metal jewelry is as easy as throwing on an extra necklace or a stack of bracelets.

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