If Dogs are a Mans best friend, then Jewelry is a Womans best friend. Ok, that comparison was weird, but the point I am trying to convey is probably what you women can easily relate to. I am sure if you are reading this article then you ought to be a woman who is eager to know how to match her newest jewelry purchase with an existing dress or vice-versa. If all my above assumptions are wrong, then let me just get straight to the point and give you what you are looking for before you click onto another website.

Here are some handy tips that you can use when you try to match your jewelry with your attire:

1.) First of all, choose what you would like to show off. We women just love to show off anything that is new but do it in a fashion that does not seem so. So, if it is a new dress that you want others to adore and appreciate you for, then I guess your jewelry becomes secondary. However, if it is jewelry then read further.

2.) Jewelry are of many types, some are chunky some are tiny, some are ethnic jewelry some are contemporary; some are precious jewelry some are affordably cheap jewelry. Whatever your jewelry may be, the way you wear it makes all the difference and you look priceless.

3.) I might still be beating around the bush but it is nice to get you warmed up for my tips beforehand as well. Ok so here is my first tip: Never overdo your jewelry when your dress is something that covers your shoulders and neck. In other words, heavy jewelry looks gorgeous on your skin so go for a corset when you choose to wear that chunky heavy ethnic jewelry.

4.) With ethnic jewelry you need to be very careful with the color of the dress you pair them up with. Most ethnic jewelry encompasses almost all shades of the major hues that exist and thus matching it up with a certain color may become tricky. It is good to keep the ethnic jewelry in focus by wearing a monotone colored dress that is earthy and subtle. Why earthy you ask? That is exactly what the theme is with ethnic or handmade jewelry that consists of raw beads and metals and strings.

5.) From my personal experience I have learnt that if you are wearing silk or satin dress try keeping your jewelry minimum. May be a simple diamond pendant close to the neck, or no necklaces whatsoever and just a pair of chandelier earrings with colored stones or diamonds would do the magic.

6.) Cotton and summer clothing go well with ethnic jewelry. This fashion is much prominent in countries like India. So if you want to look like an Indian mannequin, pair up funky wooden or metal jewelry pieces with beige loose clothing like a kurta.

7.) White and black clothes are universally permitted for almost any kind of jewelry. It is like you are draped in a backdrop to highlight the jewelry you wear. However, if your dress has stones, beads or other extra accessories stitched to them that themselves look like a jewelry then please do avoid accessorizing yourself further.

Enjoy with your collection of jewelry and dresses with appropriate mixing and matching and look like a million bucks each day.

Shopping for the right pieces of ethnic jewelry appropriately reflects various elements of your personality. The author has incredible knowledge of fashion and is an expert on everything jewelry.