Styling Statement Jewels the Scandi-Cool Way
16.08.19

Thanks to Copenhagen Fashion Week, our instagram feeds have been flooded with Scandinavian street style and we've been loving the number of effortlessly chic women pairing bold statement jewels with their looks this season.

If you're looking for a little sartorial inspiration this weekend, read on for a list of must-follow girls for ongoing outfit ideas, a focus on some of our favourite ensembles and how to get the look.

And in an ode to the Nordic style philosophy, we will be gifting two x $200 vouchers to one lucky winner and a nominated friend over on our Instagram page.

To enter the giveaway, all you need to do is follow us and tag your fellow jewellery lover (ts & cs apply, open to NZ residents only.

We'll announce winners on Monday 19 August, so you and your friend could have a new statement piece in time for next weekend.

Good luck! x 

@celineaagaard

We love Celine Aagaard for her impeccable taste and curated, neutral-toned feed - a go to for outfit ideas here at L&O HQ (not to mention calming on the senses!).

Get Celine's look by pairing clean lines in achromatic tones with considered investment pieces you'll reach for year after year, like our Vintage Celine Logo Necklace or Olympia Deity Earrings.

@ninasandbech

Taking a decidedly more colourful approach, the beautiful Nina Sandbech favours bold looks with a fine, feminine twist. Pair structured shoulders and ladylike silhouettes with chain-link jewels and accessoires like our Olympia Bettina Bracelet, staple Allegria Stacker Rings and vintage Dynsasty belt.

@bettinalooney

Stylist and personal shopper, Bettina Looney is never not inspiring us with her unique take on vintage-meets-modern style.  Pair billowing dresses or high waisted separates with sculptural pieces like our vintage Lanvin Nile Cuff and Olympia Alessia Hoops.  Top it off with a 50s hand-held purse, like our Palazzo Bag.

 

@hildasandstrom

Hilda Sandstrom's quintessentially Swedish look has us reaching for our Olympia Aria Hoops every time she pops into our feed. This effortlessly cool chameleon works a variety of styles with ease, keeping it modern and elevated with a slicked back pony, sculptural bag and staple gold hoops.

@thoravaldimars

As Creative Director of Scandinavia's current darling fashion label, ROTATE Birger Christensen,Thora Valdimars is definitely one to watch. Naturally, we're fans as she can rock a statement earring like nobody's business. Get her look with our sculptural 1970s Syracruse Earrings, statement sleeves and other head turning accessories,

Have a fabulous weekend, and don't forget to enter our giveaway, here x

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