5 Must Have Accessories For Spring Summer 2013

By on April 17, 2013

Due to the fact that summer is hottest season of the year, a lot of people do not see the need to accessorize.  All they would rather do is wear t-shirts and shorts and take a stroll along the beach. This does not have to be the case. There are some to-die-for accessories that will go very well with your summer attire. Here are five that you definitely cannot do without:

1. Thin Rings
Believe it or not, Thin Rings are the coolest trend this season. They look so fabulous on your fingers and are sure to grab attention. Use a gold ring or a silver thin ring, to maximize the style quotient. These are also known as paper thin rings or skinny rings. The best part about these rings is that you can get it in variety of styles and you can wear them up on your fingers too!!!



2. Bracelet watches
Bracelet watches are the new “BLING” to add to your wrists and are absolutely trendy and fad. The bracelet watches work both ways, like a stylish bracelet and a sophisticated watch. You can also combine these bracelet watches with variety of hip arm bands, bangles or simple bracelets to create a cool and fashionable look on your wrists.



3. A light weight, brightly colored scarf
Add a dash of color to your attire with a good scarf. Just remember to ensure that it is light enough so that it does not make things unbearable under the summer heat.



4. Handbags (bright colored)
The latest trend in handbags this spring is the use of bright and fresh colors. Emerald Green is the hot new color this season and what’s interesting is that it looks absolutely fascinating and stunning on your handbags. No look is complete without a handbag and when you add bright colors like emerald green; the good gets better!!!



5. Oversized Sunglasses
These are the tried and tested accessories of the summer. Bound to go very well with almost anything that you wear, make sure to protect your eyes from the bright sun with a good pair.


About Preity Karki

Preity is a full-time writer and is always looking for opportunities to write on fresher and fresher stuff. An environmentalist in mind, she was a software engineer by profession, before she gave up her full-time job in favor of taking care of her baby. Since then, she took up the profession of a freelance writer, where she could decide her own working timings.

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