Jewellery trend alert!
This season's jewellery trend is all about taking inspiration from nature - like this collection from award winning Jacqui Larsson Fine Jewellery who has created the cutest pieces, with a cool edge...
The year 2020 will be remembered for many things. One of the more positive elements being how we all got back to nature. And the jewellery industry is no different. A huge trend for this season has seen some of the best jewellery creators taking their cues from the world around us.
And no one does this better than Muddy favourite Jacqui Larsson of Jacqui Larsson Fine Jewellery and her Inspired by Nature collection.
Jacqui has created delicate pieces, with a cool edge, from bees and butterflies to turtles – we think you’ll love them as much as we do.
Here’s some tops tips for making the most of this trend from Jacqui herself: ‘If you have multiple piercings, they are ideal for pairing with other earrings to create a curated look.’
Jacqui continues: ‘They also look particularly effective when mixed with other earrings in the collection – for example, a bee in one ear and a dragonfly in the other. This fashions a look which is linked thematically, but is eye-catching because the earrings deliberately don’t match.’
The bees are particularly fun and look best when worn asymmetrically in the ears, to give the impression of flight. The wings and eyes feature 48 round brilliant pavé set diamonds – a combination of sweetness and style that will make your heart soar. (Did I mention it’s my birthday in August?)
Jacqui’s credentials, like her creations, are impeccable. She’s a qualified gemmologist and diamond expert and also newly elected Council Member of the London Diamond Bourse (an exclusive institution, steeped in history, that guarantees the highest standards of trade and best business practice). So you’re in safe hands.
We love, love this cute-as-they-come turtle with the rose cut diamonds, giving the impression of the distinctive texture of the shell.
I looks fab on its own, but it also layers effortlessly with other necklaces. ‘Mix different colours of gold and experiment wearing them with rose or yellow gold earrings to create a new look,’ advises Jacqui.
All of Jacqui’s striking, original pieces, like cufflinks, earrings or pendants are sold in her online boutique and start at just £145 for beautifully crafted gold and diamonds – so don’t cost the earth. Proving exceptional can still be affordable. Hope you’re reading Mr Muddy.