The Branch – Re-Style For Autumn/Winter!

“No arm should be without a wooden bangle or two.” – Vogue

The fabulousness that is The Branch proves itself to be versatile and stunning – a collection of true investment pieces, as it can be easily translated from Spring/Summer to Autumn/Winter.

There’s no doubt that, just like everyone at fabulous, you’ve been pawing over the September issues of Vogue and Elle to make sure you’re up to date on all the big trends coming your way this season. Coloured trousers are here to stay, except for Autumn/Winter make sure you go for earthy tones such as berry or rust. These colours lend themselves accessorising with The Branch’s Rosewood and Fire Agate pieces, enhancing the rich colour palette. What’s more, as we find comfort in warm colours for Winter, it’s your choice whether to colour block or go for tonal accents in your outfit. Clash The Branch’s Green Aventurine earrings with a Cornelian cuff, or go for a mix of Onyx pieces to add style to your reliable Winter work wardrobe.

Chunky and sturdy jewellery is always the go-to style for Autumn/Winter so that the pieces stand out against our bundled up silhouettes and The Branch has just the answer – the studded cuffs and hefty cocktail rings will mean you feel dressed up even when you’re in your overcoat and riding boots!

That’s what’s perfect about The Branch jewellery; it can help to accessorise any outfit and can be re-styled with minimum effort. This is especially true if you’re working the glamorous 70s look this season: The Branch jewellery will look effortlessly stylish with your flared jeans at the weekend or your midi skirt and pussy bow blouse in the office.

So get a little bit closer to nature this season with The Branch’s jewellery collection. You won’t regret it! We guarantee that whichever piece you go for, it will be a wardrobe staple.

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