FASHION/STYLE : African jewellery rocks

Think you are too old for the new trend of jewellery? That’s absolutely wrong. Nothing updates your look as quickly and easily like spotting trendy jewellery. African jewellery are for all ages—just choose more subtle earthy colours instead of sparkly peacock hues if you want to create a more sophisticated look.
LINDA MBABAZI
LINDA MBABAZI

Think you are too old for the new trend of jewellery? That’s absolutely wrong. Nothing updates your look as quickly and easily like spotting trendy jewellery.

African jewellery are for all ages—just choose more subtle earthy colours instead of sparkly peacock hues if you want to create a more sophisticated look.

There is also much to be said about how the jewelleries have complimented the beauty of an African woman.  

Although many women heavily accessorize themselves, the argument can be made that jewellery is even more important when well matched.

After all, in the absence of accessories, the dark colours of the fashion season can make you look and feel uninteresting. Add some compelling bracelets, necklace sets, couture charms, and get ready to shine and stand out from the crowd.

Update your style by adding glamorous and hot African jewellery. Match the best striking colours to your beautiful and classy dress.

Try a funky dress and fill your style with colour to create a base.  If you are not sure about spotting jewellery accessories, small beaded earrings fall-safe way to try out a new trend.

Adding some sparkle to your ear is also a good choice if you need to keep your jewellery to match your make-up conservative for the office. Update the look for after-work drinks by adding a dash of shimmer to your face and you’re ready to party.

Gold and silver jewellery work for most women, but a general rule of thumb is to stick to the African jewellery because they are unique, simple and stylish.

When trying out a new colour, add a little at a time to boost the required intensity. Learn to differentiate between glittering and looking great, to avoid looking like a space invader. Black, red, and dark green dominate the scene, with crystals adding sparkle to more formal occasions.

How rock with African jewellery

Start with a good base. Sparkling jewellery will draw attention to your face.

If you usually go without jewellery, this time opt for jewellery to even out your complexion. And if you’re preparing for a big night out, add dangling colourful earrings and bracelets, rest assured to rock.

As you add pieces to your wardrobe each time you get money, you should also change out your fashion jewellery, and buy them in plenty to match your wardrobe.

Anyone who is obsessed with jewellery and other accessories knows that keeping up with trends is something worth spending money on.

The trend is not only for women or girls, because there is plenty for men, like, bracelets and necklaces. 

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