How To Accessorise Clothes


When it comes to accessorising your clothes dearest Nigerians, there are a few key things to keep in mind. First, the occasion and the overall style of your outfit. The occasion and vibe being dressed for kind of determines the way to accessorise your clothes.

Some people like going for a no- no-jewellery vibe when dressing formally and a lot of jewellery when dressing casually. Accessorising also comes down to you! And how you love to style yourself. Another tip is to play with colours and textures to create visual interest. Accessorising not only adds more colour to you, but it also makes you look more fashionable.

The best trick to use when accessorising as proven by Naijassador, is this: first, the body is divided into three parts, which are the face, chest, and feet. Then think: how can I style my face, chest and feet to look more stylish and it would still match my outfit? Using this trick not only channels your mind to what you have but also how it can be mixed and matched in the best way possible.

Here are a few things you could accessorise your outfit with.


Jewellery adds some sparkle and shine to your outfit. Jewellery like necklaces, bracelets, earrings, or rings. These tiny things go a long way when accessorising your clothes, plus earrings make you look soft and girly. Choose pieces that complement your outfit and reflect your taste.


A stylish belt can cinch your waist, add definition to your silhouette, and bring a touch of polish to your look. Experiment with different widths, colours, and materials to find the perfect match.


A stylish bag can be both functional and fashionable. Choose a bag that compliments your outfit and suits your needs, whether it’s a tote, crossbody, clutch, or backpack.


Don’t forget about your footwear! Shoes can make a statement and tie your whole look together. Experiment with different styles, colours, and heel heights to find the perfect pair for your outfit.


Layering can add depth and interest to your outfit. Consider adding a jacket, cardigan, or scarf to create dimension and showcase different textures.

Remember, accessorising is all about expressing yourself and adding your personal touch to your outfit. Have fun experimenting and don’t be afraid to try new combinations!

Written by Dike Ijeoma


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