Our jewellery in the limelight! We track this season’s most wearable trends

 

We love to see how stylish women wear their NAJO.

Here’s a quick round-up of the latest local tastemakers, celebrities and style-setters sporting their NAJO around town. Amid our recent bout of social-media stalking/magazine page-turning, we couldn’t help but spot a few key trends emerging.

As Seen On

 

1. The statement earring is big and back.

Ever-chic Deborah Hutton graced the cover of Stellar Magazine wearing NAJO recently, proving oversized gold hoops are as timeless as they are on-trend right now.

Channel Nine’s Allison Langdon wore our Mali Earrings in striking black onyx when she hosted the Weekend Today Show last month. 

Moody black onyx was also the stone of choice for Sydney-based musician Vera Blue (aka Celia Pavey) who brings her inimitable style to our edgy-cool Jira Hoop Earrings.

 

2. Layers of fine and feminine jewellery tell a strong story together.

When it comes to delicate and feminine layers, few can do it better than Instagram star Rose McEvoy, who wears her Snowdrop Pearl Necklace at choker length layered with a longer fine silver pendant to keep it looking fresh.

Model Elouise Morris shows how to stack for luxe-yet-understated silver style, pairing our Cinta Hoops in sterling silver with a fine neck mess, including our Like a Breeze necklace.

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3. A little gold goes a long way

Model and former Miss Universe Monika Radulovic was spotted wearing our Double Beat Necklace in blushing rose gold plate in a Valentine’s Day spread in NW Magazine.

Meanwhile, OK! Magazine’s Senior Fashion Editor Maya Wyszynski opted for the NAJO Like a Breeze necklace in 18-carat yellow gold plate as one of her new-season go-to accessories.

 

The only question that remains is: how will YOU wear your NAJO? Shop now >