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The color purple is more than a movie title. It's your favorite color, so you wear it often but you would like to spice it up. Accessories like rings, necklaces and bracelets can easily enhance your "purplicious look." No need to consult Barney -- there are easy ways to add pop to a purple wardrobe.
Make Multicolor Statement
Depending on the shade of purple you chose to wear, sporting a bold multicolored necklace would look fierce. For example, a bib necklace with red, green and white stones mixed with purple and clear crystals could be paired with a simple purple T-shirt and denim jeans. The sexy necklace will make any outfit pop.
Good for Green
Green and purple make a pretty good mix. Cute gold-encrusted drop earrings with a green stone and gold bangles make a great accessorized look. You don't have to be bold with the color. Just a hint will do the trick. Go for quantity to make an interesting look by wearing 10 plain gold bangles with some hint of stones in your earrings and necklace.
Red is probably the most unlikely color, but it does look good with the right shade of purple. Light or dark purple with the right red make an interesting look. Gold rings with big red stones give a nice touch as well as necklaces made of clear filament wires with floating red stones.
Go for the Gold
Gold is a color that can instantly add shine to your look. If not alone, gold mixed looks good with the right color, like purple. Purple and gold make quite an attractive duo. Earrings encrusted in gold with a bold orange, blue or green stone would look good with a purple top or dress. Big and medium-sized gold earrings that have interesting designs would look great paired with a thin gold necklace with charms and hints of purple stones or crystals. If worn correctly, gold, purple and just about any colored stone jewelry can be pulled off except for black and white. Black-stoned gold jewelry and gold jewelry with white crystals look good -- but not with a purple dress.
Back to Black
Black is the safest color to consider when you're not comfortable with the others. If you have tried every color and don't instantly feel hot, go back to the basics. Black stud earrings paired with a black waisted belt and black shoes is a simply way to add to your purple silhouette without looking plain.