If you are looking for jewellery styling tips-off and inspiration, I have it encompassed. Welcome to GEMOLOGUE jewellery styling video series: chic jewellery appears to inspire you based on the top tips-off from GEMOLOGUE: Street Jewellery Styles& Styling Tips book. Time to share beautiful jewellery in action!
1ST JEWELLERY LOOK- COCO CUFFS The highlight of this seem is undoubtedly the gorgeous Fulco Verdura Theodora Cuff been established for Verdura’s 75 th Anniversary. Inspired by the original Maltese Cross Cuffs that Verdura designed for Chanel in the 1930 s, they create an empowering black look! Keep in intellect: when you’re wearing big statement cuffs, keep the rings to a minimum( just like I did with one simple Copa Ring in black jade and 18 k amber gold ). Italian style black onyx shell earclips are perfect to complete this statement look.
The ” Theodora ” Cuff, Verdura Yellow Gold And Black Jade ” Copa ” Ring, Verdura Small Black Onyx And Citrine Flat Turban Shell Earclips, Verdura
2ND JEWELLERY LOOK- FLORAL CABOCHONS Cabochons are what induces this looking striking! Matching Stardust Earclips with diamonds and blue superstar sapphires to beautiful diamonds and fourteen oval cabochon sapphires in Hyacinth Bracelet. Growing up with an exotic garden in Sicily, Verduraa was awed by plant life, later incorporating favourite species in his jewellery designs. Finish off this floral appear with an array of cocktail rings if you’re up for an occasion, or go without them for a more relaxed style.
Pair Of Blue Star Sapphire And Diamond ” Stardust ” Cluster Earclips, Verdura Sapphire, Gold And Diamond ” Hyacinth ” Bracelet, Verdura Gold, White Topaz And Pink Tourmaline ” Candy ” Ring, Verdura Yellow Gold, Cabochon Star Sapphire& Russian Emerald ” Mosaic ” Ring, Verdura Gold And Sapphire ” Basketweave ” Ring, Verdura Vintage Kunzite, Diamond, Gold And Platinum ” Two-Blades ” Ring, Verdura
3RD JEWELLERY LOOK- GOLDEN MADNESS Mixing metals is very en vogue, however if you go for big statement pieces make sure the metals match! Wearing all yellow gold jewels for my third jewellery appear, the matching Verdura caged ring and bracelet are my favourites- inspired by rope work of fishermen nets and willed with faceted boulder crystals. Finishing this look with a statement 18 k amber gold Lily Bracelet adored by Marlene Dietrich back in the days.
Gold And Rock Crystal ” Caged ” Ring, Verdura Gold “Lily” Bracelet, Verdura Gold And Ruby ” Medusa ” Ring, Verdura Gold And Rock Crystal ” Caged ” Cuff, Verdura Gold And Diamond Basketweave Ring, Verdura Pair Of Gold, Enamel And Diamond ” Star ” Earclips, Verdura
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