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February 27, 2013

5 Fashion Accessories Celebrities Love Wearing

5 Fashion Accessories Celebrities Love Wearing

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5 Fashion Accessories Celebrities Love Wearing

It is award show season again, and all eyes are set on the celebrities setting the red carpet aflame at events like the Grammys and Golden Globes. If you have an eye for fashion, you would have definitely not missed out on the heavenly dose of evening gowns and celebrity glamour.

These gorgeous gowns, and other celebrity outfits (mostly spotted via the paparazzi) are always punctuated with the best accessories. After all, it is the accessorizing of an outfit that makes it or breaks it. Celebrity fashion hits and misses always depend on the way the dress is carried. This year, the celebrities have opted for simpler and classier add-ons to compliment their ensembles.

Here are the top 5 celebrity accessory trends that can spice up your personal fashion:

Diamond Doses

Diamonds were spotted everywhere this season – on black tie affairs, red carpet appearances, and semi-formal events. Whether it was Jessica Chastain's million dollar diamond string at the SAG Awards or Angelina Jolie’s much talked about engagement ring, the diamonds have made it big in the past year.

Since these shimmery celebrity accessories can be unbelievably expensive, you can imitate the fashion for less. Some options can be a stunning Swarovski piece or a classy crystal accessory; these accessories are equally overwhelming, but with pocket-friendly price tags! Accessorize with no more than two or three statement diamond/crystal pieces.

Monochrome Handbags

Everyone is carrying monochrome handbags or clutches to accompany their summery color block outfits. Some famous monochromes sported by celebrities are the Yves Saint Laurent Large Cabas Chyc Tote and the Chloe Lucy Leather Tote bag.

Emulate the trend with a handbag in black and white leather. Try going for a pattern-less bag with less intricate details. Monochrome bags are probably the easiest trend to imitate! The best bit is that these bags can add oomph to almost any ensemble.

Red Soles à la Christian Louboutin

High heels have been a rage for a really long time now, and red soles have been a breakthrough in the world of fashion. There is not one celebrity without a red-soled Louboutin in their shoe closet. These red soles can be a part of both plain and shimmery heels, and look great with almost any outfit.

Invest in a pair of similar high heels that will walk you through this spring season. A pair of black or nude leather heels can be perfect to pair with any ensemble.

Jeweled Clutches

Gone are the days when jeweled clutches were restricted for evening gowns only. Ladies from the tinsel town have been spotted on luncheons and day soirees carrying jeweled clutches of all kinds. This season the key is to experiment with a creative clutch; unusual shapes and colors of clutches paired with a suitable outfit can make you look like the belle of the ball any day!

Jewelry Cuffs

Gem studded cuffs have been ruling the fashion scene for quite a while now. High end fashion houses like Bulgari and Chanel have been churning out some mind-numbingly beautiful pieces lately. However, you do not have to spend a fortune to emulate this trend; get hold of a jeweled cuff in gold or sterling silver plating to help step-up any outfit.

It is always a great idea to take fashion inspiration from celebrities. Not only are these ladies on the A-list of the fashion scene, but they also have the most fashion updated stylists. In the end, always opt for an accessory if you can pull it off well, and not for the sake of sheer imitation!


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