Gold Jewellery To Make Your Autumn Outfits Shine

Not since Del Boy has loads of gold felt this good. The key with gold is to embrace its naffness and go full pawn shop on yourself and layer, layer, layer a la model of the minute Adwoa Aboah. Alternatively, go art lecturer in your accessories approach and think minimalism.

Whatever side you err on, Ali G or Ai Wei Wei, it's time to get on board with gold. Pile on with a plain T-shirt and some denim or keep it chic with one choice piece and an LBD. Failing that, clash it with existing silver pieces you own and style it out as British eccentricity.

Whether you're into curb chains, or simple gold hoops, we've got it covered. More is more people...
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This abstract piece is gallery worthy. Wear alone for rave reviews.

Anissa Kermiche yellow gold earring, £495, available at Matches Fashion
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Be party ready in these '90s acid raver smiley face drop-earrings. Ideal for those with multiple holes.

iandi Jewellery smiley face hoop earrings, £40
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This ring looks like a million bucks and costs less than £100! It's 23kt gold plated brass with Swarovski crystal details. Ideal for any minimalists looking to branch out...

Maria Francesca Pepe Arya ring, £95, available at
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This charming elephant pendant chain comes from cult jeweller Alex Monroe who was made famous by his love of capturing nature in precious metals. Invest, now.

Alex Monore, £144, Indian Elephant Necklace
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This teeny tiny ring, with precious stones, packs a punch. Let it do all the hard work and catch the light without being drowned out with other pieces.

iandi Jewellery, Ruby + Emerald Star Flower Ring, £175
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Go unisex this season with a pared down signet ring and wear with tailoring, to boot.

ASOS Gold Plated Sterling Silver Signet Ring, £18
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Perfectly sleek and polished this ring could be proposal worthy, or, let's be honest a lovely gift to oneself.

Versed, Kate diamond ring, £350
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Delicate but tough this rose-studded barbed wire bangle is so Beauty and The Beast it hurts. Invest in a few and stack, stack, stack or keep it simple and wear as a statement piece.

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Danielle Rose Thorn bangle, £85
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These bad boys look like they'd cost their weight in gold but are in fact a bargain.

Topshop, Pearl Curve Earrings, £7
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These Mexican inspired disc-hoop earrings are show-stoppers and come from up-and-coming designer Suzanna Atala. Add to basket swiftly.

Tuza Jewellery, Moonshine Earrings, £140
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Give hoops an update this autumn with these daring, twisted arrow earrings.

Stella&Dot Winding arrow earrings, £40

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