“Which necklace should I pair with this top?” “How much jewelry is too much jewelry?” “I need something to make my look feel…complete.” When it comes to accessorizing, our customers have a lot of questions—so we asked our lead stylist, Nyjerah...

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Read on for her advice on incorporating jewelry into your outfit.
Rule 1: Pair a V-neck with a necklace that complements the neckline of the top.
Christiana wears the Peggy top, the Woolf jardigan, the Harlem skirt, the Single Bezel necklace, and the Bezel earrings.

“When you wear a pendant-style necklace with a V-neck, the complementary shapes frame your head really nicely, drawing the eye up to your face,” says Nyjerah. “The Single Bezel necklace is like the cherry on top of your outfit—it adds a polished finishing touch to both formal and casual looks.”
Want more M.M.? Sign up for our newsletter. Rule 2: Think of a boatneck as a blank canvas, and embellish it with a necklace.
Christiana wears the Sarah dress, the Lorena necklace, and the Bezel earrings.

“Some of my customers are hesitant to wear a necklace with a higher neckline, but layering jewelry over fabric makes the hardware really pop,” Nyjerah says. “When you pair a necklace with a boatneck, I recommend keeping your other accessories simple so they don’t distract the eye.”
Rule 3: When wearing a high neckline, keep the focus on earrings or bracelets.
Christiana wears the Lise top, the Cobble Hill skirt, and the Roberta earrings.

“Let a high neckline speak for itself—accessorize with statement earrings or a pretty bracelet, rather than overwhelming the neck area with jewelry,” advises Nyjerah. “The draped collar of the Lise top is an elegant statement on its own, so I like to pair it with a sparkly pair of earrings.”

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