Jewellery Lust-Haves

Whilst I adore clothes, it is accessories that really make my heart flutter. In a bid to inspire myself to make/save more money I have found these beauties. Yes they may be out of my price range just now but hopefully in the future I’ll own pieces just like these. I rarely buy jewellery for myself unless it’s costume jewellery from Primark/River Island/Dorothy Perkins etc. I do have and wear on a daily basis gold rings which were Christmas presents from the parents over the years but sometimes you need a new piece, something different and a lil bit unique.

Years ago I would only ever wear gold jewellery but now I like to mix it up – have silver days then gold days, sometimes even just wear costume jewellery but there isn’t a day goes past when I don’t have a least 2 pieces of jewellery on.

You will not catch me dead wearing jewellery from Argos – even as a teenager I never ever wore those “best friends” necklaces!

Enjoy this feast for the eyes!

 

Amy Keeper £218

Amy Keeper £218

Available at Damson

DANNIJO £615

DANNIJO £615

Available at Matches

Lara Bohnic £370

Lara Bohnic £370

Available at Lara Bohnic

Bernard Delettrez £220

Bernard Delettrez £220

Available at Harvey Nichols

Rainstorm Bangle £375

Rainstorm Bangle £375

Available at Hot Diamonds

Amy Keeper £241

Amy Keeper £241

Available at Damson

Eddie Borgo £275

Eddie Borgo £275

Available at Harvey Nichols

Lara Bohnic £190

Lara Bohnic £190

I’m notorious for losing one earring but if I owned these bad boys I’d be supergluing them to me ears!

Lara Bohnic £900

Lara Bohnic £900

What do you think? Are you a fan of splurging on jewellery or more than happy to sport the high street?

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The Magic Of Monochrome

Like alot of women out there a LARGE percentage of my wardrobe is made up of black clothing. Luckily for those of us who embrace the dark side come Spring time we will be seeing monochrome kicking in BIG time. As seen on the catwalks of Roland Mouret, Jason Wu, Michael Kors and Ralp Lauren Monochrome oozes chicness. The best thing about this trend is that it really is timeless.

Anthony Vaccarello

Anthony Vaccarello

Roland Mouret

Roland Mouret

Valentino

Valentino

Images courtesy of Style.com

To make sure you are the epitome of style I’ve scouted around the internet to find some of the best monochrome pieces out there.

Oasis £38

Oasis £38

Republic £35

Republic £35

This bomber jacket is great for giving a casual look to a monochromatic outfit.

AWear £50

AWear £50

Damsel In A Dress £84

Damsel In A Dress £84

Oliver Bonas £36

Oliver Bonas £36

Topshop £38

Topshop £38

Yoox £20

Yoox £20

I LOVE this tee.

LOVE Label £38

LOVE Label £38

Zara seem to be the best on the high street right now for making black and white pieces look more expensive and luxurious.

£39.99

£39.99

£69.99

£69.99

Ruffles and monochrome = 2 trends in 1

£79.99

£79.99

This could easily become a bit of a BeetleJuice look but the sleek lines of this blazer teamed with black keep the look stylish rather than scary!

£39.99

£39.99

£39.99

£39.99

So there you have it. Are you a fan of monochrome?