What I’ve learnt about style a fash­ion in­sider shares her tips on look­ing good

co-founder of the Jew­ellery Room, shares her style tips on what works for her

Woman & Home - - Editor’s Letter - Char­lotte Møb­jerg Ansel-Henry,

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WEAR Colour I’ve learnt

I can trig­ger my mood with the colours I wear. on a grey day

I will al­ways wear some­thing pow­er­ful and colour­ful to lighten up the day. try it: it ac­tu­ally works.

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MAKE it you I don’t like it when my look be­comes too clas­sic or pretty, so I try to mess it up with a t-shirt, leop­ard flats or glit­ter socks worn with stilet­tos. I of­ten wear train­ers with a suit to add a twist to it; it’s very me and one of my favourite looks. 3

Mix it up I love jew­ellery and wear dif­fer­ent pieces al­most ev­ery day. It can al­ter the look of an out­fit. Re­mem­ber to change it up and mix old with new, sil­ver with gold – there are no rules.

4

Find your SIG­NA­TURE style I like asym­me­try and find that wear­ing just one huge state­ment ear­ring and a small piece in the other ear adds a bit of funk­i­ness to my look. 5

Have Fun With it I try to add some play­ful­ness into my jew­ellery styling. For in­stance, my wed­ding ring is styled with a mega lion state­ment ring.

“I love It when an Out­fit Is su­per Stylish and LAID-BACK at the same TIME”

Char­lotte wears: top and trousers, from Hof­mann Copenhagen; clip ear­ring, from orit el­ha­nati; rings, from ole lyn­g­gaard Copenhagen and nordBythom­sen at the­jew­ellery room.com

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