Jewellery checklist for the party season


Whether you’re hitting the party scene or not this Christmas, chances are you’ll be attending some kind of gathering where you’ll want to look your best. And as I always say, jewellery should never be an afterthought!


In this month’s How To Style It, I’ve got a quick and handy checklist to make sure you’re party-ready.

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1. Go bold, go glittery

It’s that most wonderful time of the year when you can really glitter up and not look OTT- it’s Christmas after all! So add that statement necklace or oversized earrings- I promise it will look fab.

2. Be sure to create balance

You do this by going for one statement piece. Adding both chunky earrings and an oversized necklace and stacking bracelets will look overcrowded and messy.

Pair a statement necklace with some dazzling studs, over
sized earrings with an elegant pendant. Why not try layering necklaces?

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4. Mix those metals

Yes, you can. Gone are the days of just a silver metal palette. To stop the look becoming fussy, I tend to stick to just two metals- usually silver with either gold or rose gold. I think this really adds interest to your whole look.

If you’re not sure which metals work on your skin tone, check out our guide matching every skin tone to it’s ideal metal.

5. Remove one piece

Coco Chanel famously said: “Before leaving the house, a lady should look in the mirror and take one thing off.” So let’s do as Coco would- because who knows about dressing well better than Coco Chanel?

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