During Jewellery Arabia in Bahrain I had an opportunity to create several perfect jewellery looks from hundreds of stunning jewels.


For me, a pair of statement earrings is a must, and a starting point for many of my jewellery looks. Brazilian jewellers in particular are renowned for their eye catching earrings. For this look, I am wearing 3D marquetry wood earrings by Silvia Furmanovich, as light as a feather!


The Adriana Degreas one shoulder dress is perfect to wear with no heels and I paired it with gold Gucci loafers. Red colour is striking, and it was a challenge to pick the perfect jewels to go with it. I think that red is the perfect compliment to yellow gold and I layered the necklaces from Azza’s designer boutique at Jewellery Arabia: Azza Fine Jewellery choker, a yellow gold pendant by Luis-Miguel Howard on a red string, and a playful evil eye pendant to protect me. I love fine jewellery hanged on a string instead of chain, as it adds a relaxed character to the look.

Red marquetry clutch by Silvia Furmanovich was a perfect final touch to my look. To match the clutch I wore a small marquetry ball hanged on a long chain. With such a jewellery overload, I felt that a delicate bracelet from L’atelier Nawbar Bond Collection was perfect on my wrist and, of course, a cabochon ring or two is always a good idea.

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Jewellery blogger, writer Liza Urla, the founder of GEMOLOGUE, is a London-based and NYC-educated gemologist, who has travelled to and lived in many countries. She is now one of the most influential digital jewellery tastemakers. Her jewellery influence has been acknowledged by Financial Times, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.

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