Ever open your closet and think to yourself WHAT THE HECK AM I GOING TO WEAR TODAY? That's me. Every. Single. Day. Although I have a closet bursting with clothes, I get so bored with my clothes and some days I just REALLY want to mix it up. Ideally, I'd just go out and buy a new outfit. But let's be real, not only would that be time consuming, it would definitely break the bank.

I sat at my laptop, typing away and wondering what fashion advice I could give you this week. I COULD tell you to just go out and buy a new outfit. But what fun is that? I decided it would be fun to come up with some easy, cheap and fun ways to help you mix up your wardrobe and not leave you wearing the same thing all the time.

The best way to mix things up is to ACCESSORIZE. Some of my very favorite outfits come from just adding a little sparkle and color to my outfit using some jewelry--whether it be some bangles, a statement necklace, or some unique earrings.

There are some absolutely amazing little jewelry shops around the Twin Cities area. However, if you don't want to go in search for little boutiques, you are in luck. Crazy at it seems, some of my very best accessories come from department stores or places like Target. This way, you can add some color to your wardrobe without spending tons of money or having to spend tons of your time searching for a whole new outfit.

As a fashion-obsessed accessories lover, my personal favorite accessory for the summer is the statement necklace. You can find statement necklaces absolutely everywhere and they are the perfect accessory to add enough color and sparkle to your outfit without completely taking it over or making you break the dress code rules at work. The best part about statement necklaces is that there are so many different ones all over that you can still remain incredibly unique and reflective of your own personal style while being up-to-date and incredibly fashionable.

So, there it is. Some super easy fashion advice that will help set you apart and help mix up your wardrobe without breaking the bank! How awesome is that?

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