Neon Pop

The coral skirt complements the white crochet tank because the skirt adds some shape to the top and it  also makes the top more girly because of the style of the skirt. I decided to go with yellow gold jewelry because gold and coral complement each other nicely. The earrings add to the girlyness of the look because they’re flowers. They’re also polished and go with the shirt because there are thick lines  thick lines to make up the shape of the earrings and the crochet top has lines as well. The bracelet goes perfectly since it’s the same yellow gold color as the earrings. Also, since it has thick chain links, it goes with the thick lines of the earrings. The bracelets has some sparklyness to it, which is nice to spruce up an otherwise boring bracelet. The ring, although not the same gold color, goes because it has some yellow gold in the center and adds a pop to the jewelry because it’s a statement ring. The white clutch has straight, clean lines which goes with the look of the skirt. I added a pop of neon pink heels to add some color blocking. They’re very girly because of the bow and in general peep toes are girly. One way of color blocking bright colors is to make sure that the brightly colored pieces are kept away from each other. For example, I have this bright coral skirt and I have neon pink heels. But since they aren’t right next to each other, they don’t clash.

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