Learn to Wear Your Jewelry

Sterling Canyon wants to let you know that wearing jewelry properly is not common sense fashion.  You don’t have to be ashamed to not know what and what not to wear.  Our friends at Glamour have put together a few tips in wearing bracelets, necklaces and earrings right without the fear of embarrasment.  Follow these tips and you’ll be smiling all the way through the day.

1.  Wear bracelets that fit your body.  Don’t wear long bracelets if you have a short body.  And don’t wear big and bulky if you have a tiny frame.  The bracelet should be in proportion to your overall body.

2.  Earrings.  Great looking hoops are wonderful with a pony tail or combed back hair.  One no-no is to wear big hoops if you have curly hair.  The Sade look is high fashion and works well. If in doubt, give her a call.

3.  Big and chunky is ok.  When it comes to bracelets or necklaces, be bold and classy at the same time. Just one thin to remember.  Don’t combine chunky necklaces with metal or spikes built into the clothing.  Unless you want to look like a biker chick.  The jewelry and the clothing will compete with each other and that expensive necklace will be null and void.  Sterling Canyon offers more tips and special offers to our Facebook fans.  Be a fan of Sterling Canyon Summer Cafe today!

 

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About Sterling Canyon

At Sterling Canyon, we believe luxury and affordability go hand in hand. Fine jewelry doesn't have to be expensive. At Sterling Canyon, quality will never be compromised for affordability. You will never be offered less.
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