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There’s something about adding a little something to your outfit that can take it from 0 to 100 in a split second, and that little something often revolves around styling your look with the fitting jewelry, or a wide-brim felt hat, a silk scarf wrapped around your neck or the handles of your handbag, or simply wearing a funky pair of socks that peak through that small territory between your ankles and your footwear of choice.

Accessories give you the ability to wear the same thing every day, say a t-shirt and jeans but by switching up your accessories game, you make it look as though it’s a complete different outfit on day 2, 3 and so on. Not only will you look different, but you’ll also feel different – a sparkly clutch or ultra feminine pumps will make you feel different than if you’d wear a pair of chunky sneakers and a baseball cap.

When one of the oldest and most used truisms of the style world is “less is more”, where do you draw the line when assembling an outfit? Are the clothes together with the over-accessorising considered “too much”? Or do clothes and accessories get rated separately? As the title of this feature claims that the below listed accessories have indeed the ability to change the style, we like to refer to it as taking a twist on your usual go-to uniforms. The purpose is to merely add a thing or two to accentuate a feature on your coat, enhance your high pony, embellish your wrists and earlobes or keep you from catching an unpleasant end of season cold.

So, whether you’re the kind of person who never leaves the house without dousing yourself in a plethora of accessories, or you’d prefer a rather subdued look instead of running late, scroll through our latest accessories haul to get you excited for Spring.

Shop an array of curated accessories that will add some pizzazz to your outfit

Featured images via Pinterest / Candice Swanepoel

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