NUDE Jewellery

If I've said it once I'll say it again - the devil is in the details. I don't feel like an outfit is complete without lovely accessories and personally I feel like jewellery is the icing on the cake. It's safe to say that my jewellery tastes have changed dramatically over the years along with my sense of style and I feel like my choices now are more... mature shall we say. Sure I still wear the off kitschy novelty piece and I'm a big fan of laser cut acrylic stuff a la Black Heart Creatives but I mainly wear more simple pieces now. As with clothing I've also started spending a little more on investment pieces that I know I'll wear over and over again rather than buying a load of not great quality bits for a few quid each from Primani - not that that's a bad thing, I still love a cheap super on trend piece.

Knowing my new found love for simple classy designs you can imagine how excited I was when London Jewellers NUDE got in touch to let me know about the gorgeous handmade pieces that they make in their Mayfair studio. NUDE specialise in contemporary jewellery and boy do they have some gorgeous items to suit pretty much any taste. The piece I'm wearing here is the Double Link Silver Pendant (£85.00*) from the Vanilla Links collection created by designer jeweller Nikki Galloway. I just love the look of the hammered silver and the chic simplicity of the design, so wearable yet unusual and eye catching and it just exudes quality with its delicate snake chain and satiny finish.

As well as the wonderful quality and craftsmanship of the jewellery I just love how NUDE jewellery is packaged, wrapped in tissue paper and kept safe and protected in a pillow box it's then swaddled up in a gorgeous slinky bag tied up with a bow and a stamped tin tag. Seriously, NUDE pieces would make the perfect gift.

So what's your jewellery style? Classic? Contemporary? Kitschy?

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