What matches with gold, you ask? Well,
everything does! You don’t need coloured gemstones set in yellow or rose gold
to tell you that. For an alternative spin, give gold a twist with black
adornments. This combination is strong, intense, and striking as two contrasting
colours combine for maximum impact. From black diamonds and onyx to hematite and
black ceramic, give diversity to your jewellery collection with taste of a black.
Like how gold in jewellery works, a pair of gold
heels is just as easy to match. If you are one without reservation, pick a
completely gold heel in a simple silhouette like this Gianvito Rossi pointed
toe pumps. Alternatively, play it cool with an on-trend gold block heel or a
sandal with shimmering details that will perk you up every time you look down.
These styles will instantly spice up any outfit from the feet up!
When presented with gold, sculpt it! At least
that’s what these designers thought. Handcrafted and fashioned into
architectural works of art, make no mistake that these pieces are the result of
skilled craftsmanship and innovative design. Wear gold as it is for a change
but break away from conventional shapes with Herve Van Der Straeten and Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. Venture into the unexpected with raw gold and all its
If sculpted gold does not fancy you, maybe
simple threads of gold will. Follow the clean lines of these fine jewellery
pieces and be mesmerised at how dainty they sit on your wrists and fingers. With
threads these fine and graceful, they could be your everyday companions to desk
and then to dinner. And when the occasion calls for it, turn this style up a
notch and pair a few at once!
Labels: Choices by DL, Gianvito Rossi, Ginette NY, Herve Van Der Straeten, Maison Margiela, Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, Rene Caovilla, Vita Fede