The Fashion Team’s Favourite Everyday Jewellery
The Fashion Team’s Favourite Everyday Jewellery

The Fashion Team’s Favourite Everyday Jewellery

Dainty, chunky, gold, silver… Your everyday jewellery collection can be anything you want it to be. Looking to update yours? The fashion team are on hand to share their favourite brands and pieces…

All products on this page have been selected by our editorial team, however we may make commission on some products.


Shopping Editor

‘’My everyday jewellery consists of pretty, mainly dainty pieces. I always wear the same rings from Otiumberg and Romy but I also have some thicker styles ring by V By Laura Vann and Daphine – I love a dome-shaped ring. I also wear my Romy London tennis bracelet every day – it’s like my uniform. I’ve worn my initial necklace by Edge Of Ember every day for a year now and don’t imagine I’ll ever be bored of it. I find delicate pieces like this the easiest to wear because they go with everything, which makes them a great investment. Earrings are where I tend to go for more statement styles; I recently got this pair from Anisa Sojka, which are a bit bolder.’’


Senior Style Editor

“My jewellery style has stayed quite consistent over the years – I’ve always been drawn to big chunky gold pieces. I recently tried wearing more silver, but it just didn’t feel right on me. I have a few chunky chains that I wear on repeat – right now, my favourite is the Manhattan T-Bar from Talis Chains. I always wear a textured gold hoop too, or if I’m after something a bit dressier, I go for my more exaggerated earrings from Paola Sighinolfi.”


Fashion & Creative Director

My everyday jewellery is simple, dainty and refined. I like a classic hoop, a couple of fine, layered bracelets and some stacking rings. Brands like Catbird, Mejuri and Otiumberg have always been my go-to for delicate pieces and Lie Studios or Dorsey for something with a little more impact. I used to always be a gold girl but recently I've found silver earrings to be more modern and far more flattering on my skin tone.


Senior Fashion & Shopping Editor

I tend to be quite casual during the day and wear simple pieces, so I like to opt for more standout jewellery styles. My most recent favourites include a pair of drop-shaped clip-ons from a Saudi-based brand called APOA, they've now sold out but they're definitely one to watch for the future. I wear my necklace from Polly Sayer's Daisy London capsule on repeat with other fine jewellery pieces, as well as my black and gold hoops from Kate Young's collaboration with Monica Vinader. By Soru has some great statement styles - they're big but super light. Otiumberg is great for layering - I love their graduated hoops. And greek brand  Galleria Armadoro has some great sculptural, minimalist pieces.


Fashion, Beauty & LG Junior Editor & Broadcaster

"I've been wearing a lot of silver recently, but my core everyday pieces still include a lot of chunky, statement gold. My rings are my staple pieces – my Jean London ring is one of the pieces I get asked about and complimented on the most. Elsewhere, I stack with my Daphine and Mejuri rings, which I think mirror each other nicely. For earrings, I'll either wear a pair of silver hoops or switch between an array of statement gold pieces. My signature 'S' necklace is something I often wear to complete a look." 


Fashion Broadcaster & Editor

“I have 14 ear piercings, so earrings are often my focus. On my first lower lobe, I always wear big gold hoops in the day – usually my Louis Vuitton pair. For all my other piercings I tend to wear small hoops or huggies. You can never go wrong with a big chunky gold necklace either; it pretty much goes with every look. That said, my new obsession is wearing silver and gold together – especially cuffs and rings.”


Fashion Assistant

“I’ve always mixed metals, especially as a lot of my jewellery tends to be more sentimental. APM Monaco has long been my go-to for affordable silver that mimics high-end luxury with impressive longevity. The simplicity and elegance of Rani & Co.’s pieces never disappoint, and this intricate wave ring is one of my favourite stackable pieces. When my outfit errs on the minimalistic side, I tend to go bolder with a chunky cuff or some heavy gold earrings.”

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