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Gift Guide: Minimalist Jewellery


by IMAGE
11th Nov 2014
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Like it or not, the Christmas shopping season is upon us and it’s time to get the lists in order. In the first of our festive gift guides, we take a look at some simple jewellery.

This year saw a definite shift away from big chunky jewellery towards a more delicate, almost ethereal aesthetic. No longer did we want to weigh ourselves down in rap star-style accoutrements, but rather, we yearned for pretty, simple things that sit on our necklines and wrists without distracting from our overall look. In 2014, it’s all about minimalism, the simple details that make for the perfect conversation starter.

Whether you’re after something special for a loved one, or you feel you deserve a personal treat (you do), behold our pick of the loveliest, delicate accessories, sure to make a Christmas wish come true.

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Stella & Dot €54

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MoMuse €65

MoMuse €70

?45.91 Stella & Dot

Stella & Dot €54 also available in silver

Pippa O’Connor wears her name necklace from Irish jeweller’s Loulerie.

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Initial engraved necklace from Loulerie, however orders need to be placed well in advance as they’re engraved in the US and sent back here.

18k rose gold bangle €1500, Tiffany.ie

?320, Tiffany.ie

@CarolineForan