THE HIS & HERS TEAM GETS SERIOUS ABOUT ACCESSORISING YOUR LOOK.
Accessorising is perhaps one of the most difficult tricks of the trade when it comes to fashion and personal style. Why? Well, it takes a special eye for detail. However, once you’ve mastered this art form, you’ll be able to incorporate all sorts of extra bits and pieces into any ensemble you choose. For now, here are two different forms of accessories that you might want to try out yourself!
Most of us incorporate standard jewellery into our personal look. But have you ever considered trying out piercings and piercing jewellery? There are so many different varieties out there that there’s bound to be something that will suit your taste. Whether that’s subtle studs in your earlobes, tragus jewellery, nose jewellery, or lip jewellery. Perhaps the most important thing to bear in mind when getting any new piercing is your health and hygiene. Your piercer should provide you with specific care information in regards to the piercing that you have opted for, but generally speaking, you should clean any new jewellery with sea salt, allow it to dry, and dab a little tea tree oil to the area. This will speed up the healing process and prevent infection. Also avoid changing your initial jewellery until the piercing has completely healed. This will help to prevent problems such as migration or keloid scarring. In short, be sensible, listen to the professionals’ advice, and everything should be plain sailing!
Now, you should keep an eye on your ocular health regardless of whether you want to or have to wear glasses or not. You only need to have an eye test every two years, so there’s no excuse to miss the one appointment you have in this time. An eye test will see a qualified, professional eye doctor check your eye from the front to the back. As well as identifying visual deterioration, an eye exam will help the doctor to identify early signs of more serious eye problems like glaucoma, cataracts and displaced retina. Checks can also help to identify illnesses like diabetes by evaluating the health of blood vessels inside of your eye. Once you’ve got the all clear in regards to your health, you can start to look at eyeglasses as a potential fashion accessory. If you have deteriorated vision, say goodbye to contact lenses and hello to prescription frames. If your eyesight is actually A-okay, you can still incorporate eyeglasses into your look – you just need clear glass rather than prescription lenses. There are all sorts of styles out there, so no matter what kind of aesthetic you’re going for, there will be something to fit in perfectly. Whether that’s vintage cat eye frames, Morrissey style square frames, or something a little more modern.
Now, these are just two different types of accessories that you can incorporate into your look. Yes, they may seem small. Yes, they may be subtle. But they will help to bring your entire aesthetic together. Sometimes it really is the small details that count for the most. After all, if you display an eye to detail, your entire style should pull together in a wonderful way!
We’re very proud to bring you this feature in association with Tragus Jewellery. For more accessories inspiration, please pay a visit to our fashion page.