The Autumn Winter 2014 Gaby jewellery collection release has been long anticipated, here at Gaby’s Fashion head quarters. This year our designs have been focused on beautiful pieces for the seasons ahead, from everyday wear to gifts and statement pieces. This season our metallic tones and opulent shades have been key elements within the collection development. Matching sets are a must, especially when dressing for the season of celebrations.
We’re never afraid to adorn ourselves in statement jewellery and we’ve made no exceptions for this collection. Our Branch Collar Necklace features an intricate shape but looks effortlessly wearable due to its simple colour scheme.
To see the rest of our Autumn Winter ’14 lookbook visit us on Pinterest or shop the whole collection on www.gabysfashion.com.
Known for being the girliest colour of them all, pink is an instant attention grabber. Depending on your mood, you can decide on how vibrant you want your pink jewellery pieces to be – and we have several shades in this gorgeous colour, from Coral, to Hot Pink, to Fuchsia…
Vintage jewellery pieces are a beautiful way to remember days gone by, whether it’s a family heirloom or something you found in an antiques shop. Of course, if you want to join in with this fast growing trend, the Gaby’s collection is here to hep you find similar pieces for much less…
The most classic decade of the 20th century, the 1920s were all about glamourous pearls and decorative diamante. As you may know, there is a huge selection of pearls available in the Gaby collection, so go crazy with new long necklaces, bracelets and necklets… Very Gatsby!
1930s icon Gloria Swanson (above) adds a quirky touch when modelling a matching set of triangular jewellery pieces. Keeping with the geometric theme, we’d recommend this circular Egyptian style metal plate necklace in either gold or silver from the warehouse clearance sale – with 70% OFF!
Beaded necklaces work really well if you want to achieve that colourful 1950s look. Experiment with this Lava Long Necklace in Purple, and add as many beaded pieces as you feel to make your jewellery become a statement look.
Which decade do you look to for style tips?