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The Statement Necklace

December is here, so the snow can't be too far away. Packing up my spring clothes for winter hibernation, I came across jewellery pouches I had forgotten about, hidden in dusty suitcases and the backs of drawers. Over the course of creating this blog I have built up quite a collection of accessories, especially some really cool statement necklaces, some of them not seen here. With all the necklaces laid out in front of me, and my creative mind running wild with styling ideas, why not a theme week? I like to break up my boring outfit posts with samples of my collection designs, but I've never rolled out a theme - so the next 7 days I'll post 7 outfits, based on 7 statement necklaces.

Some of my forgotten treasures, piled lovingly in a heap

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