How To Accessorise A Party Dress

We all know that the accessories to any look complete your outfit, but some people are left confused as to what accessories look good and what don't look so good when wearing a party dress. Take a look at the few tips and tricks below in order to accessorise your party dress perfectly.
The Little Black Dress (LBD)
Every woman should own a little black dress or two, but one of the hardest things is accessorising it.

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The Strapless LBD
This is a great opportunity to wear dangly earrings or a bold necklace. However, don't wear both go for the necklace or earrings. If you wear them together then you will lose the whole simplicity of the dress, which isn't good. If you choose the necklace then wear simple stud earrings, so that you won't look too overdressed.
Chunky Bracelets
Accessorise your dress with chunky bracelets for a casual, chic look. If you want to feel more glamorous then go for dainty, sparkly jewellery.
Halter Neck Dresses
Try not to wear necklaces with a halter neck dress as they will only get lost within the material, only wear a necklace if the v-neck on your dress is quite low. Halter neck dresses accentuate your shoulders, so draw the attention upwards and accessorise with some dangling earrings. Wearing a simple flower or hair accessory will look great with a halter neck dress, as you are constantly drawing the attention upwards.
Pearls are a great Parisian look. Try wearing a string of pearl beads around your neck, or double the strands to create two different lengths. Complete the look with pearl earrings.
The Perfect Bag
Choose a small embroidered or beaded or clutch bag. This will add extra detail and sparkle to any outfit.
If its colder weather or you simply want something to cover your shoulders then go for a sheer wrap to wear around your shoulders. Go for a plain style, a nice velvet wrap would look great over a black dress and glitz it up a bit with different jewellery.
If you aren't wearing an LBD to the party, then just think about the colour of the dress that you're wearing:
Red - a red dress would look great with some black jewellery, a long string of black beads and black stoned earrings would look perfect.
Blue - with a blue dress, silver jewellery would look great.
Grey - a steel grey coloured dress would really benefit yourself if you contrasted it with black or silver dainty jewellery. If you go for black jewellery, then wear a chunky necklace and a bracelet to match.
Patterned - if you're wearing a patterned dress, try and pick out a colour in the dress and accessorise with this colour jewellery. If not then wear silver or gold to complete your look.
Flowery - if your dress has flowers over it then add simple jewellery to the outfit. Steer clear of flowery jewellery otherwise you will be overdoing the look.
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Guest Post: Alpaca Wool Products

Alpaca wool products are some of the finest fiber-based products in the world because they are made from alpaca fleece. Alpaca fleece is warmer, softer, lighter, and stronger than sheep's wool or cashmere. Alpaca fleece is also stain and flame resistant as well as odor and wrinkle free. Alpaca products contain fewer natural oils than sheep's wool, allowing them to retain fewer bacteria, dust, and other allergens.
Alpaca wool is a natural fiber created from inherently environmentally friendly production processes.

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  • Alpacas are smaller than their llama, guanaco, vicuna, and camel cousins, and have padded rather than hoofed feet, so as free-range animals they do significantly less damage to their terrain.
  • Related to the camel, alpacas can also travel long distances while consuming very little water.
  • Unlike other free-range grazing animals, alpacas do very little damage to the plants they eat and they avoid eating from trees, leaving behind flora that can continue to reproduce and flourish.
  • Alpacas live for 15 to 25 years and are shorn once a year, so they make an excellent renewable resource for high-quality fiber production.
Alpaca wool is sheared from the alpaca's body, washed, and then spun into yarns that are woven into a number of versatile alpaca products. Alpaca wool makes an excellent natural fiber because the animals grow wool in 22 colors of varying shades of blacks, browns, tans, grays, whites, and reds, making dying these beautiful fibers entirely unnecessary.
Most alpaca fiber is made into clothing and other wearable accessories, due to its extreme softness, warmth, and comfort against bare skin. However, the texture and durability of Suri alpaca wool is preferred for rugs and other textiles that are used in the home rather than worn against the skin. Suri alpaca fiber is also often used to create thicker outer garments such as alpaca wool jackets, coats and blazers.
The most commonly produced alpaca clothing products include:
  • Accessories such as hats, gloves, and scarves
  • Cover-ups such as shawls, ponchos, and robes
  • Sweaters, cardigans, and vests
  • Skirts and dresses
  • Jackets, coats, and blazers
As you can see, alpaca yarn is woven into a variety of over and under garments that can be combined to create a full alpaca-based wardrobe. Alpaca wool is suitable for items such as dresses and robes that would not be comfortable against bare skin if they were made from scratchy sheep's wool. Yet alpaca wool is such a versatile and durable fiber that it is also perfect for layering over other clothing, such as an alpaca wool vest worn over a lightweight alpaca wool sweater.

This is a Guest Post by: Erick Smith