Take a look from 0 to 100 lickety-split with a bespoke piece of jewellery. And then make sure you’re fashionably early with one of our gorgeous watches. From statement necklaces to dainty pendants; or big and boujee gold bangles that are sure to spin some heads; as well as charm bracelets for more introverted types who enjoy sentimental trinkets; and not forgetting shiny dangly earrings or understated studs - there’s a whole lotta good stuff hiding up our sleeves here.
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Choosing The Right Ones
Ok, now the important part: how do you pick the right jewellery for your style, wardrobe, and face shape? So much to consider, it’s easy to get a bit of a head spin. But don’t sweat: it’s simple. Here are a few of our best tips.
Take a look at your face. What do you see (other than a gorge queen, duh)? Is your face shape oval, long, round, square, heart, or diamond? Oval faces tends to be, er, oval in shape, kind of like an egg. Long faces don’t have much width, with sides that continue on a flat plane. Round faces tend to have fuller cheeks with an all-around circular form, while square faces have foreheads and jawlines of similar length. Diamonds have foreheads and jaws that are narrower than the cheekbones - not to be confused with hearts, which have cheeks wider than their foreheads, and a narrow chin a the bottom.
Oval faces look best with chunky, dangly earrings that are fuller at the bottom, which help to fill out the bottom of your face. This also means bold statement necklaces with dazzling jewels - like Mooned Jewellery’s TOOBA.L Necklace N°7, or Bijoux Indiscrets’ Desir Metallique choker collar.
For long faces, it’s all about volume - go for broad earrings to add a bit of width to your face shape - we especially like animal hair’s snazzy pink ‘Yasss Queen’ earrings. Round faces need something to elongate their shape - which means long, thin shapes or drop earrings. Diamonds look good with shapely, long earrings that draw attention to the mouth, while hearts should go for earrings that fall just above the chin to widen the lower part of their face. Or, failing that, try long necklaces that drap down your chest - like
As for jewellery the compliments an outfit, this is where you can really play around and have fun. First up, consider the occasion. If it’s more laid-back than black-tie then make sure you’ve got the jewellery to match. This means no plastic pieces at balls, whereas festival attire should avoid expensive materials like gold and sterling silver and go for more rough and ready fabrics. Try out Myia Bonner’s sterling silver mini ball circle bracelet for the red carpet, or Bellastellas’ red tequila worded bracelet for festival chic vibes.
Now, consider your outfit - is it vintage-inspired? Trendy and fashion-forward? Minimalist and understated? The vibe of your jewellery should reflect the vibe of your clothes, so go for something that feels like it compliments your sartorial story - that said, if your outfit is really bold, you may want to slap on some more muted jewellery to balance it out.
Thinking about colour is important, too. If you’re wearing more jewellery, it’s easiest to just sport silver or gold; but mixing metals can be a bold look, you just have to do it carefully. Make sure you have 50/50 gold and silver, and make sure they’re evenly dispersed on your body, so that they look intentionally mixed rather than haphazard.
Buying Jewellery or a Watch as a Gift
A piece of jewellery or a watch is a great gift giving idea, as part of the reason we become so fond of a certain piece of jewellery is because it reminds us of a loved one. With so much on offer, it’s good to lay some groundwork though. Here’s our round up.
Rings are an obvious choice, but tread carefully as you don’t want to give off the wrong impression. If you’ve only been dating for a few weeks steer clear of declarations of love that might scare them off. Keep rings for anniversary gifts and eternity promises - or heck, even for popping the big question.
A watch is a real winner for suave personalities and business types. A watch is also a great gift for a dad - and they’re always hard ones to buy for. It’s a good way of showing affection without showing your whole hand. We’re totally obsessed with brown leather watch straps and minimalist clock faces (check out Jacques Reboul Watches’ premier silver hexagonal watch with a luxurious tan leather strap) but Wolf & Noble’s navy blue and white striped fabric watch is giving us serious nautical vibes.
As for earrings, this is a safe bet as a gal can experiment with all sorts of earrings - from dangly ones to studs, as well as hoops and statement pieces. Go for this is the person you’re buying for is hard to buy for, trust us, you can’t really mess this one up.
As for bracelets and necklaces, play it safe with an ornamental pendant on a gold chain, or live life on the edge with a wacky statement piece that they’ll either love or hate. When it’s given with love they’ll be happy all the same.