Everyday Minimal Jewellery – My Jewellery Collection

This post contains affiliate links and gifted items, all thoughts and views are my own.

Everyday Minimal Jewellery

One question that I’ve been asked an awful lot over the last few months is: Girl, where do you get your jewellery from? I guess I do have a very gold-lovers aesthetic, and once I fall in love with a piece, I fall hard. My everyday minimal jewellery classic, minimal, and stack-able. I really enjoy creating new looks everyday with the same pieces by mix and matching chains and rings. It often means I’m rediscovering pieces in an ~ oh, I remember you ~ blissful kinda way. On one hand, my jewellery collection is on the pricier side. A bit *but* here, but I only wear gold plated / sterling silver as this is the sort of jewellery that really does last and you can cherish the pieces for years on years.

NB: I absolutely love the look of gold finishes, but if silver is more your go-to, have a look on the product pages of the links in this post. A lot of the jewellery I lovingly wear everyday is available in Sterling Silver as well as gold plated.

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Scream Pretty Oval Huggie Hoops

Minimal Gold Jewellery Layering Minimal Gold Jewellery Layering

My Everyday Minimal Jewellery

EARRINGS

Lily Charmed Letter Charm Hoops

My most worn earrings, apart from my 2nd lobe huggies, are definitely these guys. You’ll probably have seen me sporting my Initial Charm Hoops* on Instagram an awful lot. They’re my get-up-and-go earrings, the first ones I reach for everyday. My everyday minimal jewellery begins here. Big enough to make statement, but small enough to not bother me throughout the day. Oh and boyyyy, do these rake in the compliments… I get asked where this pair are from every time I wear them. The answer, Lily Charmed!

Scream Pretty Starburst Huggies

The second set of earrings that I reach for most oftem are the Starburst Huggie Hoops* in Opal. They also stock a Starburst Huggie* with just clear stones if that’s more your thaaang, but the opal feels a little more ~ boujie ~ imo. They’re my answer to “a bit more than a stud, a bit less than statement earrings* situation. A perfect middleman.

Lily Charmed Letter Charm Hoops Lily Charmed Letter Charm Hoops

Scream Pretty Oval Huggie Hoops

For days when I’m feeling a bit more of a statement, I’ll opt for these Oval Huggie Hoops. The shape makes them so unique, and they’re a fab option for those looking for a little *extra* from their hoops. These click into place in the back, so they’re very low maintenance. I can’t even feel that I’m wearing them, much like a normal mini huggie earring.

 Scream Pretty Ear Cuffs

Wouldn’t be a post about my fave jewellery if I didn’t include Ear Cuffs* now would it? I absolutely love stacking up ear cuffs as a temporary way to give yourself new ‘piercings’ without the pain or the hassle. I actually got my double conch done two years ago but both refused to heal and scarred my cartilage so I wont be able to get them done again. These cuffs give me the exact same look as having real conch rings in, but I can take them out and stack em up just the way I like to.

Scream Pretty Oval Huggie Hoops

Astrid & Miyu Wishbone Ear Cuff

If you’re looking for a slightly fancier ear cuff, I actually bought the Wishbone Ear Cuff* from A&M in the Black Friday sale two years ago in a spur of the moment, treat yo’self bit. It may be £39, but it’s dinky and beautiful. The double row of clear stones really do sparkle in the light and I do feel a little more dressy when I pop this one on.

Lily Charmed Letter Charm Hoops Lily Charmed Letter Charm Hoops

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NECKLACES

Thomas Sabo Zodiac Charm Pendant

Out of all of my necklaces, this is probably my most worn one. I got this charm pendant about three years ago now, and it still looks just as beautiful as the day I got it. Which you can actually read about in this blog post about Thomas Sabo jewellery. They do an assortment of beautiful Zodiac Charms* for their pendant necklaces, and I do have an affinity for anything celestial. I’m wearing this one*, which is the Gold-Plated Capricorn charm on a long gold necklace. Opting for the long length in this means it always the bottom layer of my necklace stacking.

Lily Charmed Letter Charm Necklace

Now for my faveee, the Letter Charm Necklace* – Yup, you’ve seen it in all my Instagram posts. I got the letter “a” for both my surname (Ah-Thion) and for my beau, Alix. For those who are wondering, I opted for the Satellite Chain instead of a normal link chain to add a little texture when layering.

Minimal Gold Jewellery Layering Minimal Gold Jewellery Layering Lily Charmed Letter Charm Necklace

Daisy Jewellery Gold T-Bar Pendant

I only got this t-bar necklace a few months ago, but it’s quickly become one of my ride or dies. The perfect answer to the middle of my necklace layering levels, this hun is height adjustable so I can always get nicely spaced out layers. The Gold T-Bar Pendant* is one I wear pretty much everyday now and goes well with every top, jumper, and dress out there.

Daisy Jewellery Gold T-Bar Pendant

Daisy Jewellery Rising Sun Frame Necklace

Weirdly enough, I almost always pick out circle pendants. But after seeing this Rising Sun Frame Necklace* on Estee Lalonde, I knew I had to have it. Switching up your jewellery shapes is great way to introduce a bit of diversity into your collection when layering up.

Daisy Jewellery Rising Sun Frame Necklace

Daisy Jewellery Sundial Shell Pendant Necklace

As I mentioned above, I’m a sucker for a circle pendant. This guy, the Sundial Shell Pendant Necklace*, is the perfect addition to any jewellery lovers collection as a filler piece with which you can layer easily or wear understated on it’s own. Its really simple, but I love the shell detail and it looks so effortless when layered.

SHOP MY NECKLACES

Minimal Gold Jewellery Layering

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RINGS

Daisy Jewellery Goddess Medallion Ring

Everyone needs a big, garish signet ring right? Well, cross out the garish, because the Goddess Medallion Ring* ticks all my boxes when it comes to grandiose finger candy. It’s just the right balance of androgynous design, and the size is as such it doesn’t look overwhelmingly big on my tiny hands.

Unfortunately, the gold plating is starting to flake / peel off a little bit. I haven’t had this happen to any ring before this one, so goodness knows how it’s happened… But the flaking is mostly on the inside, so I can still get away with wearing this one occasionally.

Daisy Jewellery Goddess Medallion Ring

Scream Pretty Lightening Bolt Rings

These Lightening Bolt Rings* are perfect for stacking, and are genuinely the coolest rings I own. Not to mention that they’re size adjustable so you can wear them on any finger, at any height. I wore these as midi rings last week on my middle finger and they looked adorbzzzz. They’re a fab way to add a touch of edge to an outfit, without having to try too hard.

Wanderlust + Co Kaia Gold Ring Set

I always, without fail, get compliments on the Kaia Gold Ring Set* when I wear these out. The unique tones in the jewels really do make for the perfect pair, but I like wearing one on each hand to help pull the look together. The olive green tones? Bliss.

Wanderlust + Co Kaia Gold Ring Set

Thomas Sabo Minimal Rings

Out of all of these rings, I’ve had these ones the longest. I got these simple stacking rings about three years ago and wear them everyday. Price per wear? Completed it mate. These are the Dot Ring* and the Cord Ring* and they stack on top of each other perfectly to add a little fine texture and classic minimalism.  A must have for everyday minimal jewellery.

Pandora Polished Wishbone Ring

I added this Polished Wishbone Ring* to my minimal stacking ring collection this year and it’s just the cutest, simple band for daily wear. You can definitely stack it, or wear alone for just a touch of gold for an everyday look.

Minimal Gold Jewellery Layering

SHOP MY RINGS

When it comes to everyday minimal jewellery, the key is building almost like a capsule wardrobe for your jewellery. Collect pieces that spark joy (Marie Kondo: Netflix, 2019) and don’t by cheap pieces that will show signs of wear after one buy. You should really want to wear a piece when you see it, it’s gotta give you allll the feels. Everytime. It does take a while to really get that collection going, but once you start seeing the benefits of collecting really good quality pieces to wear again and again, you wont be able to go back.

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 Silver vs. gold?
Simple vs. Stacker?
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This post contains affiliate links and gifted items, all thoughts and views are my own.

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