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5 easy ways to work the statement jewellery trend

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Victoria Beckham wore a silver full-fingered ring while shopping in Paris. In true Posh style, she paired the ring with a fur gilet.

This season, the emphasis is on statement jewellery, but it can be difficult to wear, particularly if you’re used to more delicate styles. Here are 5 easy ways to work this trend into your winter wardrobe.

1. One piece at a time

Make sure that you don’t overdo it – one piece of statement jewellery at a time is enough. For a bold look, choose an oversized tribal choker or sparkly chandelier diamond earrings, but don’t wear them together!

2. Keep your outfit simple

A bold graphic print dress and statement necklace is a fashion no-no. For an elegant, sophisticated look, you should team your statement jewellery with a simple shift dress or classic suit for the office, but make sure you keep your outfit simple.

3. Match your accessories

If you’re wearing a bright statement choker in neon colours, why not match your nails or your handbag to your jewellery? This creates a pulled-together, polished look that’s hard to resist.

4. Sparkle and shine

Adding a statement piece with a hint (or a lot) of sparkle is a great way to wear this trend. Whether you can afford real diamonds or opt for Swarovski crystal or Zirconia, sparkly chandelier earrings or a statement ring will ensure you stand out in a crowd.

5. Be bold with bangles

Chunky statement cuffs and metal bangles are perfect this season – mix and match with silver, copper and gold for an ethnic inspired look.

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