Minimal Jewellery Guide

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[dropcap]Welcome[/dropcap] back to the blog and hope you’re all having a great week! I’m in Moscow for a few days visiting family and while I’m here I’ll be heading to the ballet at the Bolshoi Theatre which is literally one of my top picks when home. If you want to learn more, read my Moscow Guide.

Us girls love a bit of sparkle, but I’ve never been much of a pro when it comes to jewellery and tend to wear the same over and over again while occasionally changing it up for the evening. I have purchased some great pieces on the high-street and costume jewellery in boutiques but they always end up forgotten at the bottom of my jewellery box. Unlike one of my friends who can layer rings, bracelets and tiered necklaces and look boho sensational – I end up representing something close to a fancy dressed pirate. So what’s the answer to making jewellery work for a non jewellery girl? Minimal design.

Repossi is the first brand that made me stop at and really take a look at all the sparkle through the glass table at Browns Store in London. It looked fresh, clean and cool and something you can wear every day. The Berbere rings were my first love followed by White Noise. For more colour I turned to Sabine Getty who creates multi hued pieces that are bold but wearable (her pinky finger rings are the cutest). It’s once you start looking you discover so many designers contributing to the subtle beauty and my tip is to head to a store like Dover Street Market and ask someone to talk you through the collections. It was in their New York store I caught the bug for unfussy jewellery and I’ll be back to pick up something from Delfina Delettrez.

Shop my favourite minimal jewellery below:

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