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Stacking and layering jewellery

With the heatwave in full swing here in the UK, we’re sporting bare arms and revealing our décolletages. Nothing says summer fashion to me like a bit of boho-chic layering of necklaces and stacking bracelets. In today's post, I’m going to break these trends down for you so you can get-your-stack-on with confidence! Layering Necklaces This is one of the biggest jewellery trends this summer, and if you’ve spent any time at all on Instagram you’ll have seen this on fashion bloggers and influencers everywhere.The key is to wear different lengths- from super short, to mid length and long. Add a metal choker to your favourite pendant necklace to freshen up your look. Or try adding a longer chain to a mid length...

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The Royal Wedding in jewellery

From Oprah Winfrey to Serena Williams, how did the Royal Wedding guests style their jewellery? Check out our celebrity guide. We also reveal which piece of RockPaperRoses jewellery has a stunning resemblance to an item worn by Meghan Markle at the wedding.

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Your Daily Jewellery Routine

With so much jewellery to choose from these days, it can be confusing to know what pieces to wear. From statement pieces to the ones that tell a story about you, this is our edit on how to style your jewellery. A basic structure to your jewellery look, is to put on your 'second-skin jewellery', and then add one statement piece of jewellery that is the focal point of your look. So first up, is your second skin jewellery. These are the pieces you find yourself reaching for everyday without fail- you wear them so often they become like a second skin to you. This might include a necklace that was a milestone birthday gift; your wedding and engagement rings or a...

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How to care for your jewellery

All jewellery needs a little care and attention to keep it looking it's best. Follow our care advice and you'll maintain the shine and quality of your RockPaperRoses for years to come. Our jewellery is cadmium, lead, and nickel free and it's also hypoallergenic. That means it's kind to the environment and to your skin- unless you have an extreme allergy and can only wear solid gold. Avoid contact with waterAlways remove your jewellery before showering and bathing, or using saunas and steam rooms. Even with sterling silver and real gold can be dulled over time due to a build-up of chalk contained in water, residue from soaps and shower gels and steam.NEVER wear your jewellery in swimming pools- the chlorine in the...

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