some jewellery favourites…

accessories are my jam!

More and more lately, I’m becoming a real jeans and simple top type girl.  I love the laid-back look of it all and that French girl casual vibe. (It’s also a total lifesaver at 6.45 each morning when you’re rooting around in the dark for something to wear!)

I’ve recently been investing in more little jewellery pieces to dress up my look.  I’ve been a long time lover of delicate jewels, and layering them up in a really wearable way.  People often ask about the pieces I wear and so I thought I’d put a quick post together in case you were curious too!

all that glitters…

In my case, is always gold.  I briefly dabbled in the silver trend, but I’m a gold girl at heart.  I think it just suits my skin tone better, and I love the contrast of it against little white stones too.  My favourite brand of the moment is Missoma – everything is so simple but pretty, and perfect for everyday wear.

Missoma - Lucy Williams Large Horn NecklaceMissoma Mini Fang Necklace

Monica Vinader - Mini Marie Pendant

Missoma Long Pave Arrow Necklace

mini fang necklace, long pave arrow necklace, large horn necklace

After starting my collection last year with a couple of birthday gifts, I treated myself recently (in the Christmas sales.  Hooray for discount!) to another piece, as well as the Mini Marie Pendant from Monica Vinader.  I wear it alongside my horn pendant and love the look of the two together. (Also the jingly-jangliness.  You can hear me before you see me. 😉 )

Missoma Mini Fang Necklace

Missoma - Nova Ring

Missoma - Perfect One Ring

nova ring, perfect one ring, mini fang necklace

After wearing some little band rings all Summer (that I picked up in H&M really affordably!)  I knew I loved the look and wanted to invest in something that would have more longevity in my collection.  In the Autumn I decided on this pretty little star ring, as well as a simple little pave stone band too.  I’ve actually since bought another of these to wear as my wedding ring through the Winter time (when my actual rings are a little loose.  They’ve fallen off more times than I’d care to mention!)  I’ve recently been asked as to how the gold plating on these wear and, honestly, there is no wear and tear at all on mine.  I wear them every day and wash my hands constantly (#thatdogmumlife) and they still look as good as new.

Missoma - Lucy Williams Large Horn Necklace

Missoma - Long Pave Arrow Necklace

Anthropologie - Trinket Dish

trinket dish, similar notecards

Earrings-wise I love to layer too.  I love a piercing (I have five now – and counting! 😉 ) and am all about the mix and match.  I buy most of my little hoops and studs from ASOS and Accessorize but I’ve also added this little set recently too.  The mix of these with a tiny gold hoop is my favourite look of all and I’ve been wearing them constantly since I got them.

simple and fuss free!

Describing my style to a tee.  You can check out my jewellery (and piercing inspo!) Pinterest board here.  And shop a few more of my favourites below!

Emma x

shop my style…


  1. January 29, 2018 / 4:33 pm

    I love those necklaces.
    I’ve wanted to invest in some different jewellery but I’m so stuck in my ways and only ever wear a silver chain that has a white gold cross from my 21st birthday and a charm my brother got me for my 30th.
    I think though I’d definitely invest in Misoma necklaces x

  2. January 31, 2018 / 9:55 am

    After seeing this it has definitely given me the motivation to organise all of my necklaces and jewellery (god knows it get’s tangled up more than often and I have to spend precious time trying to untangle them before giving up entirely. I would love to cut down to some statement pieces along with some everyday jewellery.

    I find it so hard to find rings and bracelets because my fingers and wrist are so tiny that I’ve had to start investing in children’s jewellery lines >.<

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