Autumnal Jewellery Style

September 14, 2016 Allison Bray

It’s getting close to that time of year when we’re starting to get excited about bringing our autumn wardrobes out. Sandals, maxi dresses and sunglasses have been fantastically fun to wear for the past couple of months, but now our trench coats, ankle boots and cardigans are calling us. You too? We must be a match made in pumpkin-spiced-latte heaven.
If you’d like to treat yourself to something new to help honour the coming season, we have some gorgeous suggestions for you. After all, how could our excellent selection of contemporary jewellery designers not be inspired by the falling leaves?
Reeves & Reeves’ Giving Tree Necklace has a beautiful etched tree design on sterling silver. There are even earrings to match. For a different tree-style look, this Winter Tree Pendant and matching earrings has a really eye catching silhouette. 
Love woodland animals? Make like a squirrel and keep your winter treats close to your chest with this quirky Acorn Pendant. We love the mix of sterling silver and gold vermeil. 
If you’d like to incorporate autumn leaves into your jewellery box, we’ve got lots of choice for you. The Orlap Chrysocolla Leaf Studs are beautiful in green, the Two Skies collection have a beautifully textured Silver Birch Leaf necklace, and our own Copper Birch Leaf Pendant reflects the red and gold colours of the season.
The Collette Waudby collection also includes some lovely leaf-adorned pieces including the Silver Leaf and Pearl Pendant, the Silver Leaf Bangle, the Double Leaf Silver Pendant, the Leaf Necklet and the Long Leaf Studs
Like what you’re seeing? Pair each piece with a seasonal pashmina and takeaway coffee cup for an instagram-worthy autumnal look!

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