Essential Jewellery Pieces Every Girl Should Own

Adding some jewellery has always been one of my favourite ways to dress up the simplest of outfits, adding something as simple as a gold chain or a few rings has been a way that I’ve added to my most basic outfits since I was a pre-teen, so today I thought why not share some of my favourite pieces and ways that you can do the same. Whether you like layering or take a more minimalistic route when it comes to accessorising, I’m sure this list has something for everyone. As you’ll find most of these are gold tones but that’s what I have found to compliment my tanned olive skin the best, you can find almost all of these products in a silver alternative if that’s what you prefer. So after having considered all of these factors, I’ve made a list of some of my favourite high-end piece which I absolutely adore and treasure, alongside some more affordable but equally as stunning pieces.

 

Classic Layered Gold Chains:

I love a gold chain as a basic piece, I’ve been wearing the same one since I was around 13 with interchanging pendants depending on how I feel. This is a great piece that you can wear both plain and to attract attention. I also love a simplistic gold chain choker to create the perfect layered effect.

 Clair D Lune Necklace Gold Tone Metal - £270, Dior

Zoë Chicco 14ct yellow cold and diamond chain - £525, Alkemisty

Diamants Légres necklace 18ct Rose Gold £790, Cartier

             A more affordable alternative is the Monica Vinader 18ct yellow gold plated Rolo neck chain - £45

 

Stackable Rings:

Rings are something that I love to experiment with whether that be a simple few gold and diamond bands or unique designs. Stacking rings has become one of my favourite ways to accessorise after having grown out of the costume jewellery phase but still wanted that woah factor. They’re not only great on their own, I also love collecting these and stacking them in different combinations to change it up every now and then.

 Love Ring in Yellow Gold £1,480, Cartier  

DB Classic Half Pavé Band £2,150, De Beers

A more affordable alternative is the Gold Claw Ring with Champagne Stones £75.00 Rosie Fortescue Jewellery

 

Understated Diamond Studs:

This has been another favourite of mine for a while. As a child I avoided earrings as if they were a disease, only putting in simple gold studs to prevent my piercing from closing up. Diamond studs became essential as a grew up and they are the most elegant way to show some shine.

 Sweet Alhambra Earstuds £4,650, Van Cleef & Arpels

Tiffany Soleste Earrings £2,100, Tiffany and Co.

An affordable alternative is Ear Studs White Stone £29.00 Thomas Sabo

 

Watch

Another timeless piece which one must own no matter your age with the ability to transform any outfit into something slightly more sophisticated and professional, fit for any occasion. I find a woman’s watch to be the centre of attraction if chosen right, you cannot go wrong with a classic watch no matter what the band, dial or make.

 Carrera Calibre 9 £5,100, Tag Heuer

Evidenza £1,440, Longines  

 

 

 Chain Bracelet

 A simple chain bracelet may seem too delicate or almost invisible, but it will definitely give the right amount of shine whilst perfectly highlighting the delicacy of any woman’s wrist.

 Camelia Bracelet £2000, Chanel  

Tiffany T Smile Bracelet £1,800 Tiffany &Co

An affordable alternative is Elsa Peretti Color by the Yard Bracelet £200, Tiffany & Co

 

Nose Ring

 There’s simply nothing else to say about this piece, if you don’t have a nose piercing I would highly recommend it. It brightens any face and in my belief, accentuates one’s natural beauty.

 X Marks the Spot Nostril Screw £53 Maria Tash