Festivals are all about expressing your unique style and enjoying a vibrant space. Whether you're heading to a music festival, a cultural celebration, or a local fair, the right jewellery can transform your look and make a memorable statement. In this article, we will be exploring some of our favourite ways to style festival jewellery – no matter the event!

The Versatile Powder Scarf

Nothing quite says festival like a versatile, colourful scarf. This multifunctional accessory is great if you have to pack light for a festival and want an accessory that will work in many different ways. Our Powder Scarves all have bold, patterned designs and are crafted with 100% polyester, making them super lightweight. Not to mention, they are incredibly comfortable to wear and fall in fine folds, injecting a bold splash of colour and on-trend patterns to your seasonal wardrobe or festival outfit. 

Powder scarves in three options with pinks, greens and oranges

So, how can you style a Powder Scarf  this festival season? A scarf can be worn in many ways – it can be draped around your neck for a classic look, tied up as a headband for a bohemian vibe, or wrapped around the waist as a chic belt. Our Powder Scarves allow for endless possibilities when it comes to styling. Their versatility makes them ideal for festivals, where you might want to switch up your look throughout the day. 

Eye-Catching Unusual Silver Earrings

Another simple, yet effective accessory for every festival-goer is a set of unusual silver earrings. If you are sticking with the bohemian style, try a pair of Rainbow Moonstone Earrings, which will shimmer in the festival lights. Due to their neutral colouring, our Rainbow Moonstone Earrings will complement any outfit while adding a spark of interest with their captivating finish. 

Moonstone inverted teardrop earrings, the stones have a blue tinge and they are on a background of driftwood.

Our Art Deco Geometric Style Earrings are also perfect for festival season. These earrings, set in sterling silver, offer a unique blend of elegance and edge, ideal for making a bold statement. The geometric shapes are unique and eye-catching, which can add an element of artistic flair which is great when it comes to what festivals are all about – expressing individual style and creativity.

Art deco black and silver pendant in our Pharaoh design

In terms of styling, earrings are brilliant for pairing  with simple outfits, to help them stand out amongst the crowd. Whether you are going for a minimal look and want to add some extra intrigue, or you are going all out with a maximalist approach, you can utilise earrings as a way to combine multiple bold accessories. 

Eco-Friendly Upcycled Jewellery

We are all looking for ways to be more eco-friendly and upcycled jewellery is a great way to combine both style and sustainability. Our upcycled pieces are made from repurposed materials, giving new life to items that might otherwise go to waste. 

Take our Clarice Cliff collection for example, which are all made from broken pieces of pottery from her collection. Clarice Cliff, the 1920s Art Deco artist, was famous for her bold pattern designs, and through collecting broken pieces of her ceramic work, we have created a range of upcycled jewellery. For instance, our circular Clarice Cliff necklaces come in several colour options including striking yellow, warm orange, vivid green and black, each set in sterling silver with a solid silver back. Each piece is unique, carrying a history that adds depth to your festival outfit. You can also pair our Clarice Cliff necklace with a matching pair of earrings or a statement ring

Clarice cliff round pendant with white, orange, black and green shapes and lines

By choosing upcycled jewellery, you're not only making a fashion statement but also supporting sustainable practices and reducing waste. It’s a win-win for you and the planet. Upcycled jewellery also allows for you to mix and match with other accessories easily. Whether you are sporting an eclectic style or a boho-chic look, the beauty of upcycled jewellery lies in its uniqueness.