Do you want your outfits to look perfectly put together and effortlessly stylish? Wearing the right jewellery can completely transform your style by adding that finishing touch of detail. Your jewellery is a reflection of our own personality and style so everyone will have different tastes, but with a few simple tips on how to style your jewellery you will be able to make every outfit look amazing. Whether you’re dressing for work, a wedding or going on a night out with the girls, here are our top tips for pairing every outfit with the right jewellery!

Jewellery For Everyday

Some pieces of jewellery will go with everything you wear. These are usually sentimental pieces like wedding rings, family heirlooms or meaningful jewellery such as a delicate necklace given to you by a loved one. These pieces subtly enhance your personal style and are usually made of precious metals so they can be worn day and night. These everyday pieces of jewellery are guaranteed to suit every outfit but they should also complement your skin tone. If your skin has a cooler undertone, silver or rose gold jewellery will enhance your look whereas gold jewellery looks great with warmer undertones in the skin.

Jewellery For A Girls Night Out

Going out with the girls can be the perfect time to be playful with your accessories. Whether you want to adorn those sparkling statement pieces that you found in your favourite high street store or if you want to layer all of your much-loved necklaces at once, this is the time to experiment! To ensure that your style doesn’t look cluttered when you’re going on a night out, try sticking to either a statement pair of earrings or a stand out necklace to give your look a focal point.

Jewellery For A Date Night

When you’re getting ready for a date, the aim is to look stunning without looking like you’ve tried too hard. Jewellery is a must for any date, it will accentuate your favourite features and stand out in the candle light of a dimly lit restaurant. A delicate pair of drop earrings or hoops will frame your face and draw attention to your eyes and a subtle necklaces will draw attention to your neckline and collarbones. Understated rings and bracelets will complement this look too, just make sure you don’t overload on the jewellery so all attention is on you!

Jewellery To Complement A T-Shirt and Jeans

A T-shirt and jeans is the staple of any it-girl’s wardrobe, this simple look can be effortlessly stylish when paired with the right accessories. This outfit can be transformed with a pair of chunky hoop earrings, stacked rings or bracelets and 2-3 layered necklaces, try experimenting with different chain styles and lengths. Muru Jewellery design lots of unique necklaces to achieve this look. This understated outfit can be worn on lazy weekends or busy city breaks. In the colder weather, throw on a leather jacket and layer your necklaces over your favourite knitwear.

Jewellery For A Special Occasion

When pairing your jewellery with an outfit for a wedding or a special celebration, make sure to choose your accessories after you’ve decided on the dress you’re going to wear. This will ensure your jewellery doesn’t clash with the neckline or sleeves. If you’re opting for a dress with a high neckline, chandelier earrings will match this look perfectly. Pick a pair with sparkling gemstones or CZ stones and avoid wearing a necklace. Wearing a matching bracelet or ring will complete this look.

For dresses with low necklines, a choker necklace paired with a longer necklace will complement your look. Add a single minimal bracelet and rings for extra detail.

Jewellery For Work

Adding jewellery to your work outfits will give a touch of personality to your look. It’s best to stick to more understated, subtle pieces that don’t cause disruption to your colleagues or yourself. Wearing a stack of noisy bracelets can be off-putting to those around and distract you from your work. Instead of bracelets try sticking to simple and delicate necklaces, earrings and rings. If you’re in a conservative workplace wear classic, elegant jewellery. Instead of statement earrings, wear either stud earrings or small hoop earrings. In creative workplaces you can be slightly more experimental with your accessories, try layering a couple of your necklaces with an unbuttoned, oversized shirt and stacking your rings.

Our top styling tips…

  • Keep your jewellery toned down when your outfit has a lot going on. Ruffles and busy prints are best paired with minimal jewellery, opt for an understated pair of earrings and a bracelet and let your clothes do the talking!
  • Earrings will frame your face! Although they’re small, earrings can add a big impact to your look as anyone that you’re talking to will notice them straight away.
  • You don’t have to spend a lot to make a statement. When diamonds aren’t an option, you will always be able to find some beautiful, affordable options on the high street.
  • Mix your metals. Gold and silver jewellery can look gorgeous layered together, don’t be afraid to mix and match these metals to really make your look stand out!