Stunning Jewellery for Women

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Diamonds are a girl’s best friend and it is not hard to see why. I love my jewellery, especially diamonds. I tend to buy quality jewellery and accessories. When it comes to jewellery, like many other things, quality is the way to go. If you buy cheap, you will only end buying again, wasting time and money. Which is why I rather spend a little bit more and get jewellery that will look good for a For autumn and winter, I focus more on my earrings and bracelets because everything else is pretty much covered. I have been browsing Lab Grown Diamonds, and I was blown away by their stunning jewellery for women. There is something for everyone on there. It took ages to decide but here are three of my current favourites –

1/2 Ct. T.W. Certified Pink Lab-Grown Diamond Stud 14K Gold Earrings

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I love stud earrings a lot! This gorgeous pair right here is all shades of pretty. I love the colour and the simple design. It is such a classic pair. I don’t have pink studs in my jewellery collection, so this will make a nice addition. It is simple enough for everyday wear but can also be worn on a night out. This pair will definitely brighten up my jewellery collection.

1.00 Ct. T.W. White Lab Grown Diamond Hoops 14K Gold

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If you know me well enough, you would know how much I love hoop earrings. I used to wear really big hoop earrings in the teenage years but I now prefer my hoops simple and small. This pair right here by Lab Created Diamonds ticks all my jewellery boxes. It is a simple and classic enough for everyday wear as well as for special occasions. I love the size and the stunning design a lot! It is such a beauty to behold.

1 1/2 Ct. T.W. White Lab-Grown Diamond 14K Gold Stackable Bracelet

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This bracelet is another beautiful piece of jewellery I currently have my eye on. I hardly wear bracelets but when I do wear them, I go all out. I love the bracelet’s slender design. It features interlinking round frames channel set with 1 1/2 carat total weight of shimmering round lab grown diamonds. This white gold bracelet would look great on my wrist.

What do you think of these stunning jewellery for women? Did any catch your eye? I you are a fan of diamonds and white gold? Please sound off in the comments section let’s chat. Thanks for reading, commenting and sharing. Stay safe wherever you are.

 

 

 

Life After Lockdown: Fashion Trends To Embrace Now

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Many of us have spent the last few months alternating between pyjamas and joggers. Now, with lockdown measures easing and life slowly beginning to return to something that bears a resemblance to normality, it’s time to look forward to being more adventurous. While it may not be possible to dress up for parties or hit the clubs for a while, most of us are looking forward to getting out and about a little more. With autumn fast approaching, what better time to try out some new looks? Here are some of the hottest seasonal trends to freshen up your wardrobe. 

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Capes

Capes are brilliant for autumn because we often find ourselves trying to dress for four seasons in one day. With a cape, you can throw it over your shoulders if you get a little chilly and remove it if the sun decides to make an appearance. Capes are chic, and they’re an excellent way to dress up casual or understated outfits if you’re going from work to a restaurant, or you’re looking for something that ticks the smart casual box. To maximise style points, opt for a cape in gold, red, black, or camel. These shades are everywhere this autumn. 

Androgenous styling

If you’re a fan of stealing your partner’s hoodies, or you live for smart tailoring, you’re in luck. Androgenous styling is huge this autumn, and there’s a raft of looks to choose from. You can go big and baggy with oversized cardigans, men’s shirts, and loose-fit trousers, or embrace a sharper, more structured look with tailored suits and slim-fit pea coats. If you’re keen to mix and match, or you don’t want to go the whole hog, you can add feminine touches or alter the shape of oversized pieces with printed bags and boots, belts, and delicate jewellery. 

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Volume

This season, it’s time to turn up the volume and embrace big sleeves and bold hemlines. Balloon sleeves were spotted all over the autumn/winter catwalks, and there has also been an influx of dresses and skirts with puffball shapes, layering, and tiers. If you’re going for standout sleeves on the top, you might prefer to keep it simple on the bottom, but if you’re feeling brave, you can wear voluminous tops and bottoms together. Adding volume to one part of the body is a great way to balance hips, shoulders and waistlines and showcase curves. 

Checks 

Checks never go out of fashion, and they’re a staple of the autumn wardrobe. This year, patterns such as houndstooth, wintry ginghams, and tartan are popular. The brilliant thing about checks is that you can be as daring as you like. You can put different prints together, you can embrace the trend with a statement piece, for example, a coat or a trouser or skirt suit, or you can add subtle touches through details like bags, shoes, tights, or scarves. 

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After months of dressing down, it’s time to look forward to life after lockdown and get excited about fashion again. As autumn looms, why not embrace these fabulous trends?

 

 

Style Icon: Twiggy

The Style Icon for the month is the stylish Dame Lesley Lawson aka Twiggy. This fashion guru has been in the limelight since the 60s and she is still very much a busy bee. She started modelling from the tender age of 16 in 1966, and still models even though she is now in her 70s. She has designed a clothing collection for Marks & Spencer and the collection is so stylish. Twiggy still has her style game on and looks amazing for her age. I am a huge fan of her personal style. I would love to look as good as she does in my 70s. She always looks so well put together. Apart form modelling, Twiggy is also an actress and a singer. She released an album, Romantically Yours, in 2011.

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In her modelling days, Twiggy was known for her long, false eyelashes, exaggerated eye makeup, and close, cropped hairstyle. The London-based model had a distinct look and it worked really for her. She was one of the big supermodels back in the 60s. I always love seeing her modelling pictures. She always looks so good. This picture below is one of my favourite shots of her in her young days. She has the most beautiful facial features ever!

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Twiggy’s personal style is still right up my street. She has a very feminine elegant style and it works great for her. You can easily catch Twiggy wearing stunning dresses and skirts. Here is a brief quote from an interview she had sometime ago about her clothing collection for Marks & Spencer –

I wanted to design clothes that are stylish, easy and comfortable to wear. 

I’m very into tailored jackets, so there is a navy one with a red trim that you can pair with trousers with a thin red stripe down the side, too.

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What do you think of Twiggy as a Style Icon?

 

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