The Princess of Wales wore yet another affordable pair of earrings this week, and they're the ultimate style to have on your summer accessories list.
Yesterday Kate returned to royal duties and stepped out in Birmingham with Prince William to meet future leaders and local business owners from the city’s creative industries.
She wore a stunning A-line midi from Karen Millen (a style we know she loves and is totally on trend with) which boasted a utility shirt style bodice with imitation pockets, and chunky lapels to give a structured feel. A tonal fabric belt tied at the waist to give a flattering silhouette which led onto a super feminine, pleated midi skirt.
To pair with her dress, which was aptly reminiscent of the home colours of Prince William’s favourite football team – Birmingham based Aston Villa, the princess wore a pair of Gianvito Rossi suede pumps (naturally) and dramatic ‘Dina’ earrings from Sézane which are, as expected, already sold out.
The striking bijouterie boasted gold textured discs with four dangling strands of natural stones that captured our attention from the moment she stepped out.
Kate isn't not the only one sporting oversized gold jewellery this season. Lily James donned a pair of breathtaking, hammered metal heart shaped statement earrings this week in NYC, to amp up the glam in her unequivocally chic all-black look.
Statement accessories were also at the top of Hailey Bieber's Coachella agenda. To pair with her epic glow in the dark nails, she wore a pair of chunky gold ribbed earrings to pair with her white crop top from the newest 'quiet luxury' brand on the scene, Eterne, and her low rise, Y2K-esque baggy jeans.
From chic outings to festivals and everything in between, trust us when we say gold, bold, traffic-stopping earrings are the way forward this spring/summer.
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