Monthly Style from Kyoto
When thinking about ear and finger area and set-up coordination, don't you think that it is better to use the same 'material' as much as possible?
Actually, that's not the case.
Of course, a set made of the same material will give a cohesive and sophisticated look, but if you coordinate different materials well, it will give you a slightly more stylish look.
(If you have already adopted such a thing, you may already be an advanced user.)
The key to combining different materials is "texture."
Try to incorporate items with similar textures as much as possible.
You might want to get textured or matte finish items, as well as ``watermark'' or ``sharp'' items.
The model in the photo was a little sharp, but it doesn't look strange at all, and the large size around the ears stands out and balances it out.
Please try out various challenges.