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    Default What jewellery do I wear with this?

    So I'm going out on the weekend with some girls... and I'm wearing this dress: (Without the belt, so the left pic).

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...82008016_n.jpg

    I now have short hair... and with it being all bare up top I'm thinking I need to fill in that space with something... but what?

    I had a look at necklaces today, but seriously, I am so lacking with accessories, I hardly wear them... so have no idea what to get.

    I'm wearing this dress with black heels... with a little bit of leopard print on them (I don't care if it doesn't 100% match... I love those bloody shoes and I'm going to wear them dammit! lol).

    Going to probably forget my bold lips and do smokey eyes... and I'll have a spray tan by then too (yes, the white-skin lover is trying something different... lol).

    So... what jewellery do I do?

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    WOW Sassy I havent been on BH for a while so not seen any of your post WL pics you looking f*king amazing well done

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    oh lol and sorry forgot what the post was about haha

    chunky jewelry would look good with that

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    Chunky black beads and maybe a black bangle?

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    Go to Diva, show them the pic and ask for suggestions. I have done that before and the lady was very helpful. I would definitely go a bold/chunky necklace that is just around the neck, not a long dangly one. Probably gold to go with that touch of leopard.

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    I'm not sure what you like but my friend wore a strapless dress on the weekend the silver necklace (she also has short hair) and I just bought this blue one but I think you can get it in black too.

    Check out the diva website :-)

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    Sassy Im beginning to wonder if you notice how many threads you start with pictures of yourself asking for advice Be brave and wear your own style without worrying it wont look right to others.
    Meanwhile, I agree, chunky accessories.

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    I agree with chunky and possibly in a bright colour (like yellow or orange) as a contrast to the dark dress/belt.

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    One of those cool 'collar' necklaces from diva would really suit that dress.

    Not collar like dog collar but like the collar on a shirt.

    Go check them out at diva :-)

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    Definitely a bib necklace... They are everywhere at the moment.
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