With All The Glitz And Glamour Of The Great Gatsby, Soru Jewellery Brings Luxury To Your Everyday Style

With all the glitz and glamour of the Great Gatsby, Soru Jewellery brings luxury to your everyday style

Soru Jewellery

Soru – translating to sisters in Sicilian – embodies the power-minds behind the stylish costume jewellery brand, Soru Jewellery, created by half Sicilian, half British sisters Francesca & Marianna, both born and raised in the UK. Showcasing a luxurious range of semi-precious, crystal and bridal costume fashion jewellery, we at Your Coffee Break have fallen in love with this magnificent jewellery range. With the aim that the glamorous look doesn’t have to be reserved for special occasions, Soru Jewellery source items from across the world to bring hand-made, unique pieces to the consumer at an affordable price. With collections which would impress even The Great Gatsby‘s leading lady Daisy Buchanan herself, the ‘20s-esque selection of rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces are the perfect accessory to upgrade your everyday look.

Soru Jewellery

Having recently attended the fifth annual LAPADA Fine Art & Antiques Fair, hosted by Harper’s Bazaar and 1stdibs.com in Berkeley Square in London’s Mayfair, the focus upon a dedication to authenticity in regards to London fashion was a key feature of the exhibition. The event attracts those who love quality and craftsmanship, and we at YCB were intrigued to learn of the desire for class and sophistication to feature as a key component to the women’s day-to-day style.

Emerald Ring SORY JewelleryAs Soru Jewellery beautifully exemplify, a simple addition of classic items can be the ideal way to achieve the glamour, elegance and allure that Londoners once used to wear so proudly. Achieving the luxurious look doesn’t have to break the bank, and with subtle touches, such as a vintage broach or Sterling Silver Precious Emerald Ring, you can make astounding differences to your everyday style.

With Autumn/Winter trends such as punk and camo prints dominating the fashion world this season, there has been little attention paid to the dainty, delicate details. Why not opt for a more classic, pleasant style, with simple changes to your on-trend ensemble? For example, with your skinny leather pants, black tee and oversized blazer, try pairing it with Soru Jewellery’s Semi-Precious Druzy Quarts Tassel Necklace; achieve that ’20s Gatsby-esque look and add glamour instantaneously, while maintaining that seasonal style. Tassels were featured on the catwalk shows of Matthew Williamson, Saint Laurent and Vivienne Westwood this year, and create a luxurious edge to an otherwise simplistic look.

Another easy way to channel your inner flapper girl Daisy Buchanan and  to bring shine and sparkle to your outfit is by adding metallic accents, as rich golds and molten metallics have been a regular fixture on the catwalk throughout the year and aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Return back to the 1920’s and add Soru Jewellery’s Semi-Precious Pyrite Cocktail Ring to an all-white ensemble for a sheek, stand-out look which is sure to turn heads and leave you looking fabulous.

The Great Gatsby Daisy Buchanan jewellery

Other signature items that we at YCB love are Soru Jewellery’s Semi-Precious Chalcedony Collar Necklace, with sparkling deep-blue hued Chalcedony stones encased in tiny twinkling Swarovski crystals that won’t fail to add depth to any outfit, and the brand’s striking Swarovski Chandelier Earrings set with jet multi-faceted Swarovski crystals which will allow any ensemble to glow. For a more toned down look, pair Soru Jewellery’s Swarovski Mini Drop Earrings with a silk shirt and layered necklace, for a street-style look with a distinctive, metallic edge.

10 % off! Your Coffee Break readers get 10 % off all orders at www.sorujewellery.com until Dec 31st, using the discount code SORU10 

To find out more about this exciting brand and get these items for yourself, visit Soru Jewellery’s website HERE: http://www.sorujewellery.com/

Natasha Matthewman

Natasha Matthewman is the Lifestyle Editor for Your Coffee Break. Self-confessed tea addict, lover of literature, the seaside, sunshine and blogging, she aspires to put her English Literature and Creative Writing degree towards a career in publishing. When she isn’t writing, she is visiting the theatre, reading a good novel and planning to travel the world.