Belts, bracelet, necklace. I can barely be bothered with these, but feel more put together when I add them.
I'd get a little jacket that goes with everything, and wear that when you want to be a bit more dressy than a hoodie. I have on a kind of army green, cotton number, finishes at the hip, I throw that on with jeans & tee, dresses, capri's, skirts, anything really. turn up the cuffs, add some ballerina's and I look positively continental with zero effort.
Bag and shoes in the same colour. Or if your clothes and shoes are all black or grey for instance, add a bright bag, as a statement. Scarf and earrings or bracelet the same colour, works well with say all navy clothes and lime green scarf and earrings.
Ballerinas are flat shoes with round toes and often a little bow at the front.
What jumpers do you wear, Kate? I'm still not convinced by this scarf lark, and I'm about a million miles away from a statement necklace, but can manage the rest of your wardrobe pretty much upstairs already. I may need to diversify..... I think ballerinas are those little shoes with such a thin sole you can't walk more than 500 yards in them - just a tiny covering of yout toes. Oh, stuff trying to erxplain. Look here
Sounds good, but not very obtainable . Enjoy your jumpers.
Sorry, Kate, can I hijack while you've got the experts here? I often wear thin jumper tops for work. I've got a couple of bright, vibrant (hot?) pink tops, which I like. Where do they come on that wheel?
See, my work head is screaming red is not pink. I spend a lot of time trying to make things the same colour, and spot minute differences between shades of e.g. red. I'm still struggling to get my head round it, and not sure reactions from work will be the right judge
Kate: hotels, steel or something completely different?