Transition

I decided a few weeks ago that I needed to clean out my closet, but I still haven’t gotten around to it. I have, however, reorganized my jewelry box. I still use a jewelry box because I love the format of little drawers that slide out. I have had this huge box for a few years now, and I intend to keep it for the coming years as well. Here are some pictures of my experience sorting through the jewelry. I laid all of it out on the ground and then picked out what I didn’t want to keep anymore. This was a process I wish I had done a year or two ago!

A Girl’s Guide to Amazing Accessories: Scarves

Some people do not categorize scarves as an accessory, but I do. Jewelry is the only kind of accessory. For instance, belts, hats, purses, shoes, and scarves all count as an extra to any specific outfit. Here are a few kinds of scarves that help add a bit of flare to my outfits and may work for you as well.


A patterned scarf is a staple! It will match with solid colors, and it will also work with other patterns of the same color.


A solid scarf is also a staple in any wardrobe. It can match with almost anything, and investing in a white or black scarf is not a bad idea.


If you are always cold, getting a wool scarf is a smart way to conquer your problem. They are very stylish and also keep you warm!


A (faux) fur scarf is way fun to wear! They are very glamorous while being highly functional. Anything furry is great for the winter season.

**Another great type of scarf that has many functions is a silk scarf. If you don’t want to wear it around your neck, use it as a headband, tie it to your purse, or even use it as a belt.

Scarves may not be as necessary as necklaces and watches, but they are great to have around and can help you layer your outfits.

A Girl’s Guide to Amazing Accessories: Rings

Rings are great because anybody can wear them, and the price range is very broad. There are huge costume-y rings at Forever 21 for about $2, and then there are real diamond rings that go for much more. Even if you are not getting dressed up, or perhaps just running errands, rings are super easy to slip on. Here are a few basics that everybody should think about investing in.


A basic ring of any color is a great way to add a simple accessory to your outfit. If you are going for a look that does not have a ton of jewelry, this is the way to go.


This silver ring is a staple in my jewelry box! I come back to it all the time when choosing accessories. Even if you love the look of gold way more than silver (which would be me), you need a silver ring of some sort. This is actually a spoon ring, so it is just that much more unique.


Every girl needs a large flower on her finger once and a while! I have seen this ring in more than four different colors before, and I use it often! Just keep in mind that you are wearing a huge flower on one of your fingers, so wearing other rings and bracelets on the same hand is not a wise choice.


A huge cocktail ring is always very fun to wear. The mix of diamonds and pearls in this example is why I love it so much! There are millions of cocktail rings out there, so go find yourself one… or two or three!


Rocks of any size (the bigger the better, though!) or color are always a go to accessory for me. They add a pop of glamour to your look without overwhelming the entire ensemble.


Vintage rings are something that everybody can love. They can hold special meaning to you, and they are exactly what they sound like- vintage! Nobody else will have the same one as you, which is a major bonus!


Layering rings has become a popular trend that is easy to pull off. The awesome thing about stackers is that you can wear them all on one finger, or you can put them all on different fingers for a fun effect!

Easy, simple, and fun are some of the words that come to my mind when I think of rings. They might be the easiest accessory to wear because you don’t have to be in your most formal dress when you wear them.