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20 EUR – welikefashion.com
$3.80 – forever21.com
$225 – cultstatus.com.au
31 GBP – amrag.com
4.99 GBP – hm.com
I love this site, they have cute accessories for an affordable price!
JUNEX for $10.00 off any purchase of $20.00 or more from 6/1/11-6/30/11
6 Piece Bangle Set $14.50
Elephant- Head Ring $9.50
Fresh Earlace(Gold) $13.80
Graduate Tassle Earrings $12.80
Black Earlace- Not completely sure how much those were, I threw the packaging away, I think these earrings are new, so check on the site and see if you see the earrings, when I looked, they weren’t on the site!
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Who doesn’t like patterned tights? Although you may not be sure how to wear them or what to wear them with, people still love them. Here are a few tips on how to wear these tights.
If you’re wearing bold patterned tights like Kelis or Nicki, keep everything else understated so there isn’t a big competition for attention going on in your outfit. Kelis’ leopard tights would look so much better with a simple black sheath dress and black pumps or booties.
Even if you want to get funky and pair say leopard print tights with leopard print shoes, keep everything else simple. Other patterned tights look great with solid bright colors.
Want to mix prints safely? Follow these tips:
Mixing prints may seem difficult, but can be pulled off using these tips:
* Stay within the same color family (i.e. green plaid with green polka dots) or go with contrasting colors. Learn more about how to use the color wheel to combine colors in The Color Wheel: How to Combine Colors in your Wardrobe
* Go opposite in scale (i.e. mix smaller prints with larger ones).
* Pull it all together with a solid color (either a jacket, shoes, or purse, etc.)
If you love color and have many bright hues in your wardrobe, color-blocking is a way of getting more bang for your buck by combining colors you may not immediately pair together. Though the shades aren’t what you would think of pairing together first, there is a rhyme and reason toward choosing them. First, grab a color wheel and then follow these steps:
1. Colors directly next to each other (i.e. yellow and yellow-orange; yellow and yellow-green; violet and blue-violet, etc.)
2. Colors that form right (90 degree) angles with each other (i.e. yellow and red-orange; blue and violet-red; green and orange, etc.)
3. Colors directly across from each other (i.e. yellow and violet; blue and orange; red and green, etc.)
4. Colors that form a T (i.e. blue, orange, and violet-red; yellow, violet, and red-orange; yellow, blue-green, and red-orange, etc.)
5. Colors that form an X (i.e. blue, orange, violet-red, and yellow, violet, blue-green, and red-orange, etc.)
Since brown is a neutral, it will go with virtually any color on the color wheel. I love to pair a chocolate brown with cobalt blue or fuchsia or bright red—such a fun and bold combo. Of course white, black, and the hues of blue found in denim are also neutrals that go with just about anything.
Colors that are a part of a “color family” also apply. So for instance, you can substitute pink with red and still be able to pull off the combos based on the color wheel (i.e. we see that blue and red form a right angle with each other–then in Elise Neal’s outfit she wore fuchsia and cobalt blue).
You can also use the color wheel when coming up with color combinations for your makeup. It can help you decide which makeup color to wear so that you don’t match your eyeshadow with your outfit. Check out how Rihanna paired gorgeous purple eyeshadow with her red frock: