Low maintenance style guide: quirky accessories

I like my style to be low maintenance. Apart from occasions that warrant a bit of extra effort (I’ll put nights out in this bracket) I like clothes that work together easily and don’t look like they try too hard. The kind of low maintenance style that is perfect for day to day may include jeans, slouchy knitwear and other simple-yet-chic separates, so the key to making it work is to add a little something extra. A statement piece that can be the centrepiece of your laidback look, create conversation and remind everyone that, yes, you are still stylish (it’s not just that you couldn’t be bothered today). Quirky accessories are just perfect for this, and here’s some inspiration:

These Olympia Le Tan book cover bags would be a talking point

olympia_le_ tan bagOlympia Le Tan bag

Make a statement with cute and unusual jewellery

tatty devineNecklace from Tatty Devine

tatty devine 2Necklace by Tatty Devine

Anna LouBangle from Anna Lou of London

Anna Lou of London necklaceNecklace from Anna Lou of London

 Cute headwear is another option

Bow bird headbandBird print bow headband from Bank

Adding a scarf with a quirky print is simple yet effective

Elephant scarfElephant print scarf from Oasis

French bulldog scarfFrench bulldog scarf from Ted Baker

I like to make belts the main feature of an outfit, and am loving ones with metal plates at the moment

Metal plate beltMetal plate belt from ASOS

Bug jewel beltBug jewel belt from ASOS

I love this luxe velvet clutch with its bejewelled clasp

red velvet clutchRed velvet clutch from Wilbur and Gussie 

A bejewelled collar or pin on collar tips/brooches are an interesting alternative to a necklace

Collar broochBird collar brooch from Fairytales and Hidden Notes

Jewel collarJewel collar from ASOS

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