Jewelry trends and headbands – oh my! Philadelphia Wedding and Event Planner – Angela MALICKI events

Calling all ladies! 

Have you ever put on an outfit, stood in the mirror and said to yourself…what jewelry am I going to where with this?

That’s where I come in. No matter if your going to work, out on a date with a special someone, lunch with the gals or even just hanging around your home..(aka Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City).

Here are just a few examples of how to pair your jewelry and headbands together:

Thick Headbands: Big hoop earrings, long dangle earrings, silver or gold midi rings, plus index and pinkie rings.

Photo Credit (From left-right) Angela Davies Blog, Glam Bistro, Stylish Board, Wild Vizionz

Thin headbands: that go across forehead: Pair with stud earrings, junky bangles bracelets, index and thumb rings, plus to spruce up the outfit where with a long necklace and either a short necklace with your name on it or evil eye, cross, or infinity short necklace.

Photo Credit: (From left-right) Etsy, Style Me Thrifty, Amrita Singh, Etsy,  Cutaqcutediamond's Blog

Flower headbands: Pair with studs, Aztec bracelets,  rings on any finger, and touch it off with an ankle bracelet and toe ring.

Photo Credit (From left-right) Hannah R Jones 13 ,Etsy, All Free Jewelry Making, Hippie Couture


All of these fashion trends can be paired with a majority of the outfits you have lingering in your closet! Their just waiting to be paired with some fresh new summer trends.

We would love to see these looks tried out, be sure to instagram (amalickievents) or tweet us (@aMALICKIevents your new look!



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