How To Layer Jewellery Like A Pro | Clozette

Jewellery can be very tricky, especially when you're dealing with more than one piece. If you want to play with your beloved pieces but don't want to risk looking over-accessorised, here are some quick tips on how you can make multiple jewellery pieces work well together.

Necklaces: Master the Art of Stacking



The unwritten rule when it comes to necklaces is: You should only wear one statement piece and let it speak for itself. This is the norm especially when it comes to events. But if you're the kind of gal that believes that more is merrier, the art of stacking is one you should master. 


Arm Candy: Variety Over Quantity


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Adorning an arm full of bangles and bracelets is just so cute and trendy. However, it's kind of impractical to move around with too much weight on your wrists. The key to making it look like you have more bangles than you actually have is to practice variety. Combine one or two chunky bangles and mix it with a handful of thin bracelets. Make sure that there is also variety when it comes to the colours and designs. Lastly, don't forget to have fun!


Rings: Pick a Theme


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Rings are the cherry on top of our #OOTD. It's a detail that we simply can't miss if we're feeling fancy. For this, it's recommended to pick a theme and stick to it. For example, if you want to sport gold rings, then go for different variations of gold rings only. Make sure that the elements blend well to create a uniform look.




Now that you've got your jewellery game on point, why not try these Summer/Spring 2017 nail trends too?


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Chic, versatile, and with the right amount of street style edge, hi-tops are basically your Stan Smiths 2.0. Whether you’re looking for something sweet or a little rebellious edge, cleo.com.sg has found picks for every mood and style.


Floral Girl



Going feminine? These pastel-y pink kicks will give your outfit the right balance of frill and flirty.

Vintage Lover



Looking for a pair of sneakers that will stand the test of time? These silver ones are quality and ever-stylish.

Super Casual


If you’re a no-fuss, no-nonsense kinda girl, these hi-tops give you functionality without compromising on style or comfort.


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The quest to find the best young fashion designer in the ASEAN region continues with the announcement of the representatives of Malaysia to the 2017 AirAsia Runway Ready Designer Search.

For the third season of the competition, Malaysia will be represented by Andrew Low and Phynix Tan Pek Han. The two were chosen by an esteemed panel of judges composed of Aireen Omar, Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia Malaysia; Andrew Tan, Founder of Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week Ready to Wear; Vivy Yusof, Co-founder of FashionValet; Alia Bastamam, fashion designer; and Yang Mei Ling, Editor of FEMALE Malaysia Magazine.




Speaking of the contest, Omar said: “We know that talent is abundant across the ASEAN region and we are proud to have initiated this platform to help up-and-coming designers kick-start their careers.”

The winner of the 2017 AirAsia Runway Ready Designer Search will take home 150,000 AirAsia BIG Points; RM25,000 fund to produce a capsule collection to be sold on fashionvalet.com; a six-page fashion spread in AirAsia’s in-flight magazine, Travel3Sixty; AirAsia flights and mentorship from the KLFW RTW. The winner will also showcase their collection at KL Fashion Week RTW 2018.



Subscribe to AirAsia's YouTube channel to follow the designers' journeys.


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