I have literally just stared at the word “Jewellery” and now I can’t work out what’s right.. Little disclaimer, I’m pretty sure this is the British spelling but I’m not 100%. Anyway I feel like a piece of jewellery can really jazz up an outfit. Whether it’s adding a ring or two or a statement necklace. You can make accessorising your own and make it as bold or subtle as you want. There is also such a variety when it comes to jewellery, gold, silver, diamonds, chokers. You name it. I’m going to be talking you through my favourite pieces of jewellery that I wear all the time.
For me a watch is a simple and practical way to make an outfit look much more luxury. I like investing in my watches as they last me forever, look so elegant and well, let you know what time it is! By far my favourite watch that I’ve owned is from Olivia Burton and I have a full review of that watch here.
Kate Spade does some cracking jewellery. So not only has she nailed down bags but also jewellery now! The first piece of Kate Spade jewellery I got was a cute little silver bangle. It has scalloped edges and my Dad calls it a cookie cutter and you can really see why. My parents bought this for me as a present for doing really well in my exams and it’s barely left my wrist since. The scalloped edges make it so feminine and elegant and as it has no crazy patterns or bold colours it goes well with everything.
You can find a similar one here
I have also been lucky enough to be given a Kate Spade necklace for my birthday. It is gold chain with a clear gem as the pendant it lies beautifully on my chest so you can use it with low cut tops to jazz up your outfit further. The cut of the gem is also stunning and stands out well against my Casper the ghost like skin. The necklace can be paired with more neutral outfits but also more jazzy printed tops like this outfit I shared with you a few months ago.
The freedom range at Topshop have some brilliant pieces. I love this almost concertinaed rose gold bracelet that my cousins bought me for my birthday. It it very minimalistic which I clearly like from my jewellery. As it is one of those stretchy ones it has a cute lined pattern on it which adds something a bit different. Rose gold is everywhere at the minute and I have been enjoying wearing this with my favourite balloon sleeved shirt which I might do a post on soon! So keep your eyes peeled. I really feel like at least one item of rose gold jewellery is necessary in anybodies jewellery box.
Similar item can be found here
I know that buying from this shop can be quite controversial as they do sell counterfeit products. However they have a good range of cheap jewellery. I think these earrings that I bought cost maybe 50p. Which you can’t really argue with. They are very small and dainty and I often have problems with being allergic to earrings as they make my ears a funny colour but these don’t. I bought these on a whim and they have certainly paid off. As well as these white ones I also have a larger pair of blue ones which are also very nice. I prefer the white ones as I feel like they are more feminine and go better with my style. You can ask anyone and they will agree that I have this pair of earrings in the most. Hoops are also in at the minute and I have a gorgeous set with I believe were from Argos. I know who would have thought to go to Argos for earrings??