Mix & Match

Growing up, I was always taught to match. Match your shoes with your purse, don’t clash patterns, know what colors go together and most importantly, don’t mix silver and gold jewelry. As I got older, I started to develop my own sense of style apart from the teachings of mom and dad. What I came to learn was that miss-match WAS my style. I kind of throw random pieces together and and if I had to describe my style to anyone, I would probably say “disheveled chic.” I love throwing together random patterns and colors and that has even translated into jewelry.

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I love to layer silver and gold pieces to create a more unique, eclectic look. Stacking rings and bangles is a great way to achieve that as well. Just throw together what looks great on you and rock it with confidence!

A few months back I heard about a jewelry brand called Fairley out of Melbourne and after browsing their site I decided to check out their stuff. I pulled the following pieces:

Alexa eclipse necklace silver

Alexa Moroccan lariat necklace silver/gold

Alexa ribbon cuff silver

Samara fine oval lapis lazuli bracelet gold

Bamboo coin ring

Australian ear climbers silver 

What I liked about the brand was its handcrafted pieces that looked luxurious and unique but were at an attainable price point. Creating a jewelry collection you can be proud of doesn’t need to brank the bank. So, they’ve extended a discount code to all my readers of 15% off for the next 7 days. Use the code: ANDREEAXFAIRLEY  at www.lovefairley.com



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Photographed by Lauren Alexandra Photography

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