The 10 Best women's accessories for Christmas
Put the finishing touches to your party outfit this Christmas with one of these great pieces of jewelery
Neela Debnath is a member of the Independent's online editorial team. She has an MA in Journalism (NCTJ accredited) from Brunel University. She is interested in current affairs, media and dipping into other areas of journalism.
Wednesday 27 November 2013
Add a little bit of sparkle to your outfit with this sexy little necklace, it can be worn with a casual number or a party dress with an equally dazzling effect.
Make a statement with these rings, from the losselliani collection, these clear and black Swarovski crystals are great for mix and matching or wearing individually.
This black baroque punk crystal from the Joomi Lim will add some edge to your look this Christmas.
£215 each, Liberty
For a more feminine if slightly darker look, this short flower necklace may be just the thing. Made from resin, it has five flat flowers threaded onto an adjustable black cotton ribbon.
£260, The Corner
These glittery eye earrings with drops are fun and quirky, they are also available in pink and black. If eyes are not your thing, get your hands on a pair of lip earrings instead.
£50, Jennifer Loiselle
Known for their bold and colourful creations, Tatty Devine have designed this gold silhouette moon brooch that will add a quirky touch to a little black dress.
£25, Tatty Devine
Strike lucky with this single arrow earring in Rose Gold with diamonds. We nearly had a heart attack after seeing the price but it could make a nice luxury gift.
£1,350, Gift Library
Another high end piece, this ring with eight interlocking claws and rubies is absolutely beautiful. It comes in one size and can be the final touch to your party outfit.
Beautify your ears this season with this pair of snake earrings made from 18ct Rose Gold and green and burgundy diamonds.
£3,505, Matches Fashion
To create a vintage look that will make you stand out we recommend this ring with a cherub - a figure often seen in Renaissance art. Made from gold-plated sterling silver and set with two brown cubic zirconia it can work both for formal and casual occasions.
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