Collaborative Post | There’s no doubt that diamonds are extra-special but that doesn’t mean that diamond jewellery should be for special occasions only. Here are some tips and tricks for curating outfits that include your diamonds in an elegant and sophisticated manner.
Move away from the simplicity of a single necklace or ring and jump onto the stacking hype to help create an impactful and layered look with your jewellery. A diamond piece works beautifully as a central focal point to build the stack around. You can stack necklaces, bracelets, bangles and even rings but it’s best to focus on just one body part so if you’re planning to stack your necklaces, keep the jewellery at your wrists and on your fingers simple.
Earrings can often be a lesser considered aspect of your look and it’s easy to fall into a routine of wearing the same few pairs of earrings in rotation on a day-to-day basis without giving it much thought. However, styling your earrings in the right way can completely change the feel of your outfit, whether classy, edgy or glam.
Diamond earrings on their own can add a touch of class to any outfit making them an ideal way to incorporate diamond jewellery into your everyday wardrobe. Diamond studs are a popular choice as they suit any occasion and look fantastic with hair worn in an updo or swept back from the face. Diamond hoops are a modern way to wear diamonds in your ears and look great with a casual outfit and ponytail as well as with a cocktail dress at a party. Opt for diamond drop earrings when you want to add a touch of elegance or need full-on glamour.
Less is more
If you’re trying to incorporate diamond jewellery into your everyday look, try to stick to just one accessory that features diamonds to prevent going over the top and to help keep your outfit contemporary and low-key. It’s also important to remember that your diamonds should complement your outfit rather than dictate what you wear so don’t feel you have to dress up to match your accessories. Diamond jewellery can look just as stunning and effective when paired with jeans and a plain t-shirt as it can when worn with your best dress for a special occasion so don’t be afraid to let your diamonds speak for themselves. If in doubt, remember that your diamonds should add sparkle to your look and finish it off, rather than overshadow it.
You should also consider the metals you’re wearing alongside your diamonds and how these complement your skin tone and outfit. Generally speaking, silver and white gold suit those with cooler skin tones, whereas gold and rose gold look good on those with warmer skin tones but don’t be afraid to experiment and switch things up! You can wear gold and silver-toned jewellery alongside each other, either by buying mixed-metal pieces or stacking individual pieces in different metals. Playing with different colours and tones in your jewellery can help create a multi-dimensional look and make your diamond jewellery look more unique and personal to you. You could also try adding some gemstones into the mix to add some colour and an extra pop of personality.
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