One of the most important things to remember is that you need to be aware of what is considered proper clothing for each situation and choose your jewellery accordingly.
I have heard some people claim that "less is more," but that is not always correct. There are a few times when you want to sparkle and shine; The key is to know when it's right.
When choosing jewellery to wear to work, choose pieces that are not distracting or noisy. You can still show your individuality.
If you're not sure if you're wearing too much jewellery at the office, go with the fewest pieces possible. A general rule is that it is good to wear a watch or bracelet, a ring, a pair of earrings and a necklace.
Jewellery for a formal occasion
A formal occasion is the time to show how elegant you can be, and it's the time to wear your best jewellery. While it is acceptable to shine, it is best to choose one piece of jewellery to emphasize your best feature.
Don't overpower your look with too much jewellery.
If you go to a party or go on a Friday night, almost anything goes out. If you enjoy clasping bracelets and bling, this is the time to wear it. However, don't forget that too much jewellery will steal your attention, and the accessories will overshadow your sparkling personality.
Back in the days, there were so many rules of etiquette about jewellery, it was intimidating. However, many of the old rules have faded.
The old rule for mixing metals is out of the window. Now you can wear any combination of gold, silver, tin, copper, and any other metals you want.
Once it was not acceptable to mix real gemstones with faux stones, but now you can mix your heart's desire.