Silent Statements Say Something

20 May

It’s Feature Friday for Club Creative Studio!

This post is about the fact that you don’t have to say a word to speak volumes.  What do I mean by that?  Consider statement jewelry!  Jewelry can be a means to “say” or express without spoken and written communications.  It can be the silent statement art that speaks.

Art design:Club Creative Studio

Art design copyright: Club Creative Studio

In the world of combining jewelry and art you can model an eye-catching piece and have it speak for itself!  The chance you get to speak may be in response to the compliments you may receive from your choice of jewelry on display.  Bold and big may add up to be beautiful if you wear something that is a highlight and not a distraction.

Don’t throw away the big, chunky-looking jewelry you have taking up jewelry box room.  Don’t hide your statement necklaces just yet because accessories are meant to be seen and heard.  You want what you wear to speak loud and clear about your fashion sense and about your confidence.  Over-sized, multi-strand,  complicated  bib necklaces,  and layered looks in piles fit into this category of what is a statement look. 

Chandelier earrings even make people look twice because of their length, flow or sparkle.  Some may say that “less is more” but, when you think of bold jewelry style more can be more.  When your jewelry is noticed that means that you are noticed as well as your specific taste!

Earring Copyright: Club Creative Studio

The popular “more can be more” feeling can be used to your advantage in fashion when you want to dress up a plain or simple outfit.  Often

Necklace copyright: Club Creative Studio

times a huge statement piece of jewelry takes center stage and attention away from a simple dress and adds the punch of style it deserves.  The background color of single textured material or something in a solid shade paired with a statement piece often gives your whole look the “pop” it needs to look even more fashionable.

Stepping outside of your own comfort zone is what it takes to gain the willingness and confidence to wear a large piece of jewelry you would maybe not normally wear.

Once you get noticed for what stands out as unique and complimentary to your over-all look, you will learn to like and appreciate what jewelry that is large can and does do for you.  Wearing larger shaped jewelry selections gives an outfit a focal point and a place to rest an eye.  It also gives the opportunity for anyone passing a glance the initial reaction to gain an attraction and complement your attire or accessories.

If you are someone who does not have many statement pieces or prefers the more simple look.  Stepping out to enjoy a change of heart might be a good idea to try so that you can learn to notice and appreciate more substantial adornment arts.

Challenge yourself  or someone you know to consider wearing a bold statement jewelry piece.  It can very easily become your next grab-and-go item to accessorize with because it can quickly make your look complete, fashionable and on purpose.  In this case, it can be a good thing to be wearing the “chunky” look…and it has nothing to do with your personal weight and eating habits!  Get chunky today!!!!!

Club Creative Studio’s online storefront can help you hunt for the right statement look.  Take time to browse the variety of treasures on:

www.clubcreativestudio.com

The inventory is ever-changing and the creations are always one-of-a-kind and custom requests are welcomed.

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4 Responses to “Silent Statements Say Something”

  1. Kristen Robinson May 23, 2011 at 12:57 PM #

    Agreed Samantha! I’d be nervous drawing that much attention to myself but I know other people who wouldn’t! Hence, “statement jewelry”- love it!

  2. Samantha Bangayan May 22, 2011 at 11:59 PM #

    Haha! I loved seeing Roy leaving the first comment. Before I read his comment, I imagined him in statement jewelry! =) Stunning! =)

    I would be a bit nervous about wearing chunky jewelry, but I *so* love the idea of it! I love the idea of finding a perfect piece fit just for me. =)

    Always love your posts, Veronica! =)

  3. Jenny Stamos May 20, 2011 at 8:47 PM #

    Completely in love with the blue necklace on the top. Wow!

  4. Roy A. Ackerman, PhD, EA May 20, 2011 at 8:41 PM #

    Great pieces. Great photography.
    My mom would have loved this stuff!

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