The one-of-a-kind glamorous high jewellery necklace and ring, set in white gold, capture a spring garden in full bloom with dancing peacocks. Perfect for Spring-Summer festivities, this statement necklace features stacked motifs that are adorned with diamonds, emeralds and sapphires referencing blossom petals and peacock feathers. Alternating sapphire and emerald accents on the motif add visual interest to the bold necklace with a diamond-encrusted collier that entwines along the décolletage.
Cocktail ring: Set in 18K white gold, and adorned with pear-cut and round brilliant-cut diamonds (2.28 carats), round brilliant-cut blue sapphires (0.24 carats), round brilliant-cut emeralds (.20 carats) and pear-cut Colombian emerald (1.57 carats).
Statement necklace: Set in 18K white gold, and accented with pear-cut and round brilliant-cut diamonds (38.24 carats), The one-of-a-kind glamorous high jewellery necklace and ring, set in white gold, capture a spring garden in full bloom with dancing peacocks. Perfect for Spring-Summer festivities, this statement necklace features stacked motifs that are adorned with diamonds, emeralds and sapphires referencing blossom petals and peacock feathers. Alternating sapphire and emerald accents on the motif add visual interest to the bold necklace with a diamond-encrusted collier that entwines along the décolletage.
Actress Dame Helen Mirren chose Avakian at the 71st Cannes Film Festival for the premiere of “Les Filles Du Soleil”
The British Actress adorned a necklace and earrings from the High Jewellery Collection. The set draws upon the style of the Art Deco, and vibrant and contrasting colours often used in Art Deco jewellery back in the era. The one-of-a-kind jewels float in a lacy web of pavéd diamonds that entraps yellow sapphires, accented by pear-cut and shield-cut blue tourmalines on the lace mesh. Graduating in size, the gem-encrusted lozenge motifs of the unique pair of earrings and the necklace are interlinked on a diamond pavéd circle chain.
Dangler earrings: Set in yellow gold, and adorned with pear-cut and shield-cut blue tourmalines (2.12 carats), round brilliant-cut yellow sapphires (5.27 carats) and round brilliant-cut white diamonds (3.08 carats).
Necklace: Set in yellow gold, and accented with pear-cut and shield-cut blue tourmalines (4.17 carats), round brilliant-cut yellow sapphires (5.27 carat) and round brilliant-cut white diamonds (3.08 carats). Link Chain: Set in yellow gold circles with diamond pave on one side.
Fashion with Patience: 5 Tips For The Perfect Workwear Look
When it comes to workwear, it can be hard to know exactly what to go for. You don’t want to go overdressed, but not too casual either that you look unprofessional. You still want to remain fashionable and cool whilst dressing respectfully and appropriately. Here’s my top tips for how to dress for work.
In my opinion with workwear, a bold suit is a fail safe option. You really can’t beat it. It’s an easy outfit to throw in in the morning with a pair of heels and blouse, shirt or jumper. The great thing about investing in a good suit too is the pieces work great as separates, you could wear the trousers with a blouse in the summer or style the blazer with different outfits.
Try a Pinafore
If you want to wear a more girly outfit for your office attire, consider wearing a pinafore dress. These dresses can look especially good in Autumn/Winter with tights, boots and a jumper underneath. Consider a pattern such as plaid, to mix up your look.
Stick To a Neutral Colour Palette
When shopping for workwear, it can be tempting to go for bold eye catching prints and colours. However it is often more savvy, to stick to a neutral colour, in order to create a capsule wardrobe. Buying basic neutral pieces that you can style in different ways will allow you to make the most out of your wardrobe and mix and match with different looks.
Invest in a Good Pair of Shoes
When it comes to workwear a good pair of shoes is key, whether you prefer loafers, flats or heels being comfortable should be everything. So invest in a good pair of shoes that will last and will go with your everyday look.
If in Doubt Wear all Black
A backup outfit is always an all black outfit, cause it requires zero effort and is still so chic. It’s a great one if you are ever running late for work because you can just throw it on and instantly look put together, add a statement coat or sunglasses to dress it up and you are good to go.
Written By: Patience Bradley
Fashion with Patience: 5 Ways To Style A Simple Blazer
For me, blazers are a wardrobe essential, you can style them so many different ways, and they are a timeless piece that will never go out of style. Whether you prefer patterned blazers like a Prince of Wales check or just prefer to stick to a plain black blazer, here’s some ways I love to style my blazers.
Roll up Your Sleeves
I love to wear a blazer with the sleeves rolled up, often wearing an oversized blazer, can look big and boxy so rolling up the sleeves can add a nice shape. This is especially good in the summer months when it’s warm outside and you just want to add a light jacket.
Round the Shoulders
For an evening look, or on a hotter day you can style a blazer by simply wearing it over your shoulders. This gives a classy and instantly dressed up feel to any outfit. You then have the option of wearing it as a jacket when it gets colder in the evening.
As a Transitional Piece
Whilst blazers may be known as a spring/summer piece they are the perfect transitional piece to bring your wardrobe into autumn. For months like September and October when it’s not yet cold enough to bring out your larger over coats during the day, a blazer can be the perfect in between piece to compliment any outfit.
As a Suit
If you have trousers or jeans in the same colour as your blazer why not style it as a suit. Suits are the perfect workplace attire and can look great for daytime or nighttime. Style a suit with a pair of flats and handbag for day, or switch it up to heels and a clutch for an evening outfit.
Add some accessories to your blazer to change it up, think about cinching your blazer in at the waist with a belt. Or even add a brooch to the lapel to add a bit of sparkle to your outfit.
Written By: Patience Bradley