1. Deep V — Pendant Necklace
A deep V provides the perfect frame for a longer pendant necklace. Just make sure the chain isn't so long that the necklace gets lost in your cleavage!
2. Sweetheart — Short Statement Necklace
A sweetheart neckline is a great frame for a bold statement necklace. Just make sure it is a little on the shorter side so it draws the attention up to your face and doesn't overlap with your cleavage.
3. Halter — Layered Bracelets
Halter dresses already have a lot going on up top so a large necklace or too-big earrings can crown your face and make the look feel busy. Instead, try giving your exposed arms a little attention by stacking some fun bracelets.
There's something super cool and casual about a good tank dress, but you don't want to interrupt those loose flowing lines with a bunch of heavy jewelry. An ear cuff is great for drawing attention up towards your face and some cool layered rings help balance out your look without making it too busy.
Who says belts aren't be jewelry? A metal or jeweled waist belt will help break up the front of the dress without stealing focus from the main attraction — your beautiful, exposed back.
With your upper body all covered up, you need something to break up your look. Large statement necklaces can start to feel a little heavy, but layered necklaces allow more of the dress to show through, adding interest to your upper body without completely dominating your outfit.
7. One-shoulder — Bold Cuff
One-shoulder dresses are supposed to look and feel uneven, but even so it's a good idea to balance them out with a bold cuff on the wrist opposite the shoulder strap. Earrings can be a nice touch too, as long as there is no embellishment on the shoulder, which would compete with earrings and make the overall look appear lopsided.
8. Strapless – Statement Earrings
With exposed arms and an exposed chest, a bold pair of earrings is just what you need to bring attention up toward your face.