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Jaime King

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Whoever said "less is more" obviously didn't catch a glimpse of Jaime King the other day. 

If you're looking to push fashion boundaries, but just don't know where to start, consider this the perfect jumping off point. In the beginning, statement pieces were made to make a single splash, but pair them together and they create some serious style waves. Read on to learn how to pull it off like a pro! 

Statement necklaces are a great place to start: If your wardrobe consists of black, white and grey go for something gold or silver and build the look from there. If you're a color person, choose something with gems or diamonds—the more shine, the better. 

ESC, Dare to Wear Statement

While you're at it, add some sunglasses: When you're on the hunt for the perfect pair, you'll notice it's all about the shape of your face. Square faces should go for round frames, heart-shaped faces for an epic cat eye or aviator, round faces go for square frames, and if you have an oval face, congratulations. Just about anything looks good on you, so happy hunting. 

Now with your new-found knowledge, go for the biggest and baddest sunnies you can find! 

ESC, Dare to Wear Statement

So, you've got the necklace and the sunglasses, but do you have the right shade of lipstick? In this case, you're never fully dressed without a bold shade of something wonderful. 

ESC, Dare to Wear Statement

Case in point: Sometimes you just have to break the rules.

Low: Forever 21 Mirrored Round Sunglasses, $8; Forever 21 Matchstick Fan Statement Necklace, $11; Revlon Lip Stick Ultra HD, $9

Mid: Steve Madden 51mm Cat Eye Sunglasses, $38; BP. Crystal Cluster Statement Necklace, $24; Butter London Plush Rush Lipstick, $22

High: Prada PR13Qs 0PR 13QS, $390; Elizabeth Cole Almond Cut Gem Necklace, $438; Tom Ford Lips & Boys Lip Color, $35