As a mom, you probably don’t have too much time to think about accessorizing your outfits. From picking up after your kids to cooking dinner, it’s difficult to take time to make yourself feel beautiful. But if you do have a moment, then stocking up on jewellery box essentials and other pretty things can be well worth the effort.
Even if you’re having a day of rushing around, throwing on a few accessories can make you feel like you have everything together. It’s both a mood and confidence boost, which is why this blog lists some of the top must-have accessories for moms.
A necklace can do a lot for your outfit and it won’t get in the way of washing the dishes or gardening like rings and bracelets. You can keep your necklace on all day and even tuck it inside your shirt if you’re tidying up.
Buying a high-quality necklace made from gold means it will last for years and years to come without tarnishing too much. Make sure you choose a timeless style that never goes out of fashion and make it a part of your signature look.
Every woman needs a handbag but moms especially need somewhere to put all their bits and pieces. Whether you choose a medium-sized shoulder bag for your phone, wallet, and keys or a larger bag to fit all your child-friendly snacks and wipes, a handbag really is a necessity.
Don’t feel bad when buying one either, because while a bag can look stylish, it’s definitely functional as well. Try to find a happy balance between how the bag looks and how well it fits in with your day-to-day life.
There’s really no use buying a clutch if you need somewhere to stash more than just a few coins and your phone.
Too many moms are constantly reminding their kids to put on their shades while forgetting about their own. It’s really important to protect your eyes from the sun’s UV rays, especially while driving. If you have a pair of sunglasses that you never wear because you don’t like them, then it’s time for an upgrade.
Buying shades that suit your face shape and match your style will encourage you to wear them as an accessory so it won’t feel like so much of a chore.
If you also need prescription glasses then buy your shades from the opticians to make sure they’re right for you.
A warm, woolly scarf in the winter can do wonders to keep out the chill, but it can also add an extra dimension to an otherwise plain coat. If your outerwear is typically only one colour, go for a scarf that has a check or dotty print to add a bit of contrast.
On other hand, if your jacket is already bursting with colours and patterns, opt for a simple scarf to avoid overloading your appearance.
Now when your kids complain about wearing their scarves to school you can show them you have one too.