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My Everyday Jewellery Collection

My Everyday Jewellery Collection

I originally thought of doing a post on my whole jewellery collection but I realised that might be too heavy so narrowed it down a little and focused on some things I wear regularly. If you'd like me to do a full one including some statement pieces and other more precious ones, leave a comment below and I'd be happy to do that too!

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

1 is actually a set of anklets from Urban Outfitters - it's nothing fancy but I like wearing these in the summer. The delicate design means it pretty much goes with anything! 2, 4, 5, 9 are all my mum's design (Zena is her brand's name) and I wear these religiously. 9 especially looks really nice over plain tops and 4 and 5 look amazing with different pendants. I have some more elaborate ones from my mum but normally I tend to wear these necklaces with a Chanel brooches. 3 was a present from one of my good friends and this too is a really good basic piece from Z for Accessorize. It also works as a good layering piece so I always find myself reaching for this one. 8 is a little mini horseshoe for good luck that I got from Silverado in Brighton. I like to layer this with other necklaces pictured here, especially with 7 from Chanel as they're the perfect length to complement each other. I'm really into Pyrrha's Talisman necklaces and my favourite one is the Unbreakable Talisman Necklace with the Latin inscription, 'Flecti Non Frangi.'

 

 

 
 

These are probably my most worn rings at the moment. What I decide to wear every day changes and I wear a combination of all these but I probably wear the two Great Frog rings the most with the Hermes ring. If I feel like dressing a little more formal I tend to wear the Monica Vinader ring and any of the Zena stacked rings (the Zena rings pictured on the right were the first rings my mum ever made so has super sentimental value!) 

 

 

 
 
 
 

I used to wear earrings a lot but I hardly do anymore. Maybe because it's so cold outside and my ears literally feel like they'll fall off if I wear earrings? I don't actually know. The two pictured above are my mum's designs (can you tell I like them??) and I wear the gold mini hoop ones during the day and the diamond ones in the evenings. They make me feel like a princess which is what I think sparkly jewellery are meant to do! I'm currently looking for nice round hoop ones though so if you guys have any recommendations as well as any favourite jewellery stores, please leave them in the comment section below! 

 

 

 
 

I wear these Chanel brooches TO DEATH and pretty much on anything - on necklaces, beanies, jackets, and on blouses on the collar. They're my favourite things to get for myself when I feel like spoiling myself a little...

 

 

 
 

Okay so 1 (Louis Vuitton) isn't really a bracelet but I've put it in this category since it's so small and delicate. It pretty much looks like a bracelet anyway! It's really light and the straps are interchangeable so I like the flexibility. If I had to pick something I wear every day (like actually, every day) it'd be the classic Hermes bracelet (2) since it just fits me so well and 5 (Zena) because I like the simple design. 3 is from Zena that I like to layer with other bracelets like the two Monica Vinader (6 and 7) ones. The Fiji Bracelet (6) actually has 'nnyley' engraved on it and Ashley has the same one too! The Signature Bangle (7) was a present for my 23rd birthday from some of my closest friends and it's engraved with all our initials which I think is so cute because I love anything peresonalised (hint hint!) 8 (Astely Clarke) was also a gift from the same friends and my friends have them in different colours so it's really a friendship bracelet. 4 (Dodo) was afrom my dad a while back. I like that each charm means something different like the camel means 'I'd walk a thousand miles for you' and the octopus on my bracelet means 'more hugs please!' 

 

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