A guide to Women’s Suits Accessories

You have received your suit from the store and you can’t help noticing how perfect it looks. Only that when you put it on, something is a little off. A small thing you can’t lay a finger on.

Well, it’s high time you checked out your accessory game. Here is a guide to significant accessories for women suits for that complete look.


Watches are stylish accessories you pair with your suits. They come in different materials, styles and prices.

The watch you buy should match your style and taste as it goes a long way in establishing status.

Most watches for formal women’s suits come with gemstones and stand out details. They come in metal or leather bands.

Other than completing the outfit, a perfect watch should match your complexion. Invest in a quality and durable crystal watch. Even though a little costly, sapphire and mineral crystals are scratch-resistant.

For convenience, go for watches with interchangeable bands. The interchangeable band allows you to use one quality watch with different suits, as long as you change the bands.


Of concern when wearing a scarf is if they are professional enough for suits. Well, feel free to wear scarfs to the office; some sites are even referring to it as the new power accessory for executives.

Scarves are not only useful in complimenting your suit but also act as a blouse or additional edging on the neckline.

The first aspect to consider when wearing a scarf is what you are using it for. For warmth, opt for a silk blend while you can go for chiffon or polyester if you are looking to add accent. The scarf should be easily foldable for variety of use.

Hermes scarves provide a wide range of scarves to match your suit for a power look.


The appropriateness of pantyhose to jobs and other formal setups has been a contentious issue for some time. This has led to some women preferring bare legs while others still find tights of value.

The best way to decide whether to wear a stocking or not is by following the company dress code policies. If the workplace allows casual clothing, then you don’t have to wear a stocking. Otherwise, for strict official dress code, you need a pantyhose.

Choosing the right pantyhose can be a little challenging. Nude or black tights are the best for the official suits, more so when interviewing.

If you hate wearing pantyhose, then instead of dress or skirt suits, opt for a dress pant business suit.


To complement your look, you need to match the suit with equally glamorous footwear. This ensures sophistication and elegance. You don’t need to own several pairs of shoes for different outfits. All you need are high quality, classic shoes.

One of the must-have shoes for a businesswoman is the black mid or high heel pump. Wear this with a skirted or straight leg pantsuits. For a more casual look, go for loafers. Loafers are appropriate with a basic straight skirt, and wide or straight legs pants.

If you work in a less conservative environment or wear spring suits, don’t be afraid to try out the sling-back pumps. They portray an elegant and classy look.

Whatever shoes you wear, comfort is critical. Consider the heel height and overall shoe quality.


The perfect accessory is all you need for a complete look. Matching the accessories to your outfit has a way of making you feel the best version of yourself.

Now that you have all the essential information about accessories, do not hesitate to experiment and see what works best for you.


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