When bold accessories and statement pieces would look out of place, minimal jewellery acts as a subtle form of embellishment. Wearing jewellery to work requires versatile minimal pieces; timeless jewellery that won’t go out of style or look dated.
For work, tiny studs, minimal necklaces, delicate bracelets, and stacking rings are the ideal every occasion alternative. These minimalist jewellery pieces will give your office style a classic look with a modern twist. If you want to make a bold statement, artfully mismatch your jewellery to add interest to your outfits.
Creating an interesting, tasteful, and professional style that's appropriate for work can be tricky. These are our styling tips for incorporating jewellery into your work wardrobe.
Less Is More
This is especially true in terms of quality. Create a jewellery capsule comprise of a few key pieces made from quality materials; earrings are a good start. Think: tiny studs, delicate chains, and stacking rings. These items can be worn all day, every day and look good with everything. Avoid statement pieces and cheap costume jewellery; invest in high-quality timeless jewellery, these minimal staples go with everything and can be worn every day. Keep jewellery subtle and discreet; versatility is your friend.
There’s nothing more boring than generic office style. Don’t be afraid of letting your personality show. Although it’s advisable to stick to versatile minimal basics; jewellery is expression and an extension of your style and you should feel free to express it. Have fun by mixing metals and mismatching jewellery pieces. Think: simple pendants, stackable rings, layered necklaces, and delicate bracelets.
Mix It Up
It’s easy to fall into a habit of wearing the same outfits day in, day out. Don’t get stuck a rut; mix it up with your go-to basics. Keep things fresh by switching up your jewellery regularly. Create a jewellery capsule with a healthy mix of studs, necklaces, bracelets, and rings that you can rotate frequently to refresh your daily style. Get into a habit of wearing different pieces in new combinations to keep your outfits looking fresh and interesting.