Meet the Top 10 Jewelry Bloggers of August 2014

Statement accessories and jewelry are what you need if you want a look that makes an impression. This is very evident in how many fashion bloggers style their outfits with oversized necklaces, bold cuffs and bangles, and other jeweled pieces.

If you’re not sure how to upgrade your own wardrobe by accessorizing, our top 10 fashion bloggers of August will show you how.

1. Be Sugar and Spice from Spain

Wearing a statement necklace is the easiest way to accessorize a plain white dress. This lovely blogger of Be Sugar and Spice wore a pair of black-and-gold sandals and some gold rings and bracelets that resulted in a Greek-goddess-like appearance. Instead of wearing a gold necklace, though, she chose a multicolored studded, beaded necklace that was rather more bohemian/tribal. The look was exceptional!

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2. Nadia Yusova from Russia

Nadia Yusova of Style It Up was in a calm mood the day she wore this lovely ensemble. She put together an equally cool and serene outfit that included a peach collared top, leather pants, and nude pumps. Accessories weren’t needed anymore, but her unique cuff was still a welcome detail.

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3. Puschok and Bear from Germany

Here’s an example of a chic laid-back look! This beautiful German blogger of Puschok and Bear wore a plain white shirt with black pants. The ensemble could have been very simple if not for her striking orange wedge sandals and her chain fringe necklace with multicolored beads. Her curled blond locks and coral lips also upped the entire look.

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4. Joy Diaz from Mexico

Hot and gorgeous. That’s Joy Diaz in a corset top, black leggings, and high heels. Many consider leaving the neck bare when in a tube top, but this 16-year-old Mexican blogger opted to wear a bold necklace in blue. This and her lovely hair and makeup made her hard to ignore.

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5. Priscila Diniz from Brazil

One can look either sophisticated or edgy in a black dress — it partly depends on the accessories. See how Priscila Diniz of Look at Me BR demonstrated a rock ‘n’ roll look with a spiked necklace and matching earrings in a black-and-gold combination. She clearly nailed this!

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6. Mirella Szymoniak from Poland

Channeling a sassy sailor look was Mirella Szymoniak of Fog Dancing. She was fresh in a striped blazer and matching high-waist shorts. Her blue necklace looked great against the plain white shirt underneath her blazer, and its rope detail made it even more perfect with her navy-inspired getup.

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7. Eli Garcia from Canada

Eli Garcia of Eli in the Walk-In brought color to her plain white perforated dress by wearing a handmade blue necklace. It gave her chic summer outfit a fresher look!

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Eli has an orange version of this necklace, which she used to style a white top and denim shorts outfit.

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8. Amina Allam from Morocco

You can’t miss Amina Allam of Look by Amina Allam in a striking orange knit sweater, which she matched with a beautiful white-and-orange necklace. Her necklace also glammed up her rather casual ensemble that included a pair of distressed jeans and sneakers.

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9. Pam Hetlinger from the United States

Many fashion bloggers have already proven that a plain white outfit is a perfect canvas for accessorizing. Pam Hetlinger of The Girl from Panama can attest to that. She was lovely in a white dress styled with a colorful tassel necklace that also features sparkling crystals.

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10. Kendall Kay from the United States

We were immediately drawn to the stunning necklace that Kendall Kay of It’s Kendall Kay wore in one of her looks last month. Featuring enchanting rainbow quartz rocks, this chain necklace was a playful addition to her ensemble that included a pineapple-printed top and a white miniskirt.

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