Like my new sparkles? Do you notice any similarities between them, apart from the fact that they are all extremely gorgeous, silver and are covered in tiny little white diamonds? Yes, my new rings and bangle are all “open-ended” or “nearly-there” if you like with a gap at the head of the rings and a gap at the bottom of the bracelet which I absolutely adore right now.
I’m so excited to team up with QVC again this time for their September #JewelleryMonth and tell you more about my new favourite jewellery trend in today’s post by showcasing some my picks from Diamonique. All of the pieces I’m wearing have been featured LIVE on air on the 4th of September along with Diamonique’s other best pieces, but stay tuned with QVC for the entire month as there’s plenty more inspiration and trends to follow at very affordable prices with designs suitable for everyone.
Open-ended jewellery with pearls has been around for a little while already, and I still love it, but I must say I absolutely adore having tiny little diamonds hugging my fingers and wrist so nicely and delicately. The designs are so clever, unique and so girly – a trend to stick around for a while I’m sure.
Lets start off with this beautiful cuff from Michelle Mone’s debut collection for Diamonique that was launched on September the 4th during the Diamonique Jewellery Day. It just screams glam, doesn’t it? The cuff features over 140 round-cut simulated white diamonds and I think you and I know who are a girl’s best friends… It would look fabulous with an evening elegant look, but I wanted to show you how versatile it is and can be worn with your every day casual clothes too. Check out QVC’s on air presentation of this bangle here, which I’ve already watched twice and realised how lucky I am to own it.
Rings… I just can’t get enough of them and still very much prefer silver to gold. Two butterflies “nearly there” add that girly sparkle to any outfit and a touch of playfulness to a plain look – it’s bound to get noticed if your outfit doesn’t. But you know me, I can be a bit “plain” or “minimalist” as we all like to call it, so the ring with the three little vertical bars inlaid with round diamonds had to be my favourite. If you look closely, it gives the illusion of one bar missing, but of course it’s the clever thinking and deliberate placing (or misplacing in this case) behind the “nearly-there” design that makes it so unique. Would you believe it’s only £19.50?
So what do you think about “open-ended” jewellery? Are there any other trends you want to learn about or need inspiration for Christmas gifts? Stay tuned with QVC September #JewelleryMonth and enjoy the rest of your week everyone!
Diamonique cuff open-ended – QVC*
Diamonique 3 bar ring nearly there – QVC*
Diamonique butterfly ring nearly there – QVC*
Polo neck – French Connection (love this)
Jeans – Topshop
Heels- Kurt Geiger (last seen here)
Fringed jacket – Topshop, old (try this)