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Spruce up your ev­ery­day get-up with ca­sual but chic jew­ellery. Char­lene Co se­lects pieces that will make fan­tas­tic ad­di­tions to your reg­u­lar trim­mings

Hong Kong Tatler - - | Style Jewellery -

he less-is-more phi­los­o­phy rarely ap­plies in the world of jew­ellery, where it’s of­ten all about the size of the stone or the bold­ness and in­tri­cacy of the de­sign. But when you’re in your ca­sual tee and jeans or breezy tu­nics, a bit of sub­tlety might be more ap­pro­pri­ate.

Mon­ica Vi­nader has al­ways been on point with ev­ery­day jew­ellery, and among the more pop­u­lar lines is the Riva col­lec­tion. In­spired by the ob­jects found along the shores of the Ital­ian Riviera, the col­lec­tion fea­tures gold ver­meil bracelets and rings shaped like waves, cir­cles or kites stud­ded with di­a­monds.

London-based de­signer Sarah Ho lets you wear your lucky num­ber with her Numerati rings. At first glance, her de­signs look like ran­dom fig­ures but are in fact the num­bers one to nine made in 18K rose gold set with di­a­monds. Ni­rav Modi’s Em­brace ban­gles also make el­e­gant yet laid­back ac­ces­sories. Their cal­i­brated elas­tic links come in white, yel­low or rose gold and are set with more than 1.5 carats of di­a­monds.

Her­mès’ Niloti­cus Om­bre ring is edgy and lux­u­ri­ous, with the pat­tern of crocodile skin re­pro­duced in rose gold. Should you wish for some­thing more dis­creet, how­ever, con­sider Ge­org Jensen’s Torun ring, which comes from a col­lec­tion in­spired by the work of min­i­mal­ist Swedish de­signer Vi­vianna Torun, or Tif­fany & Co’s T Wrap 18K rose-gold ring.

Wel­len­dorff ’s famous rope neck­lace, mean­while, dresses up ca­sual garb with­out go­ing over­board. Pro­duced in solid 18K gold, Wel­len­dorff ’s Silken De­light neck­lace is sur­pris­ingly light­weight, fluid and easy to wear. If you’re not ready to part with your beloved tennis bracelets or friend­ship bands, not to worry—these pieces will be great com­ple­ments to your favourite trin­kets.

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