These London Girls Just Wore the Coolest Statement Jewelry

British girls sure have that knack for those effortlessly cool looks that walk the line of polished and edgy—so our style expectations were appropriately high at our recent dinner party in London hosted by jewelry designer (and friend of Who What Wear) Kendra Scott to celebrate the opening of her pop-up shop in Selfridges on Oxford Street. In fact, so much fashion inspiration came our way via the über-chic attendees that we had to share the best looks of the night with you. Prepare yourself for major prints, modern silhouettes and, of course, all the amazing bling from the host's new holiday collection.

Still don't know what to wear to that last-minute holiday party? Take a peek at these stylish outfit ideas from the London fashion set.

We love these conservative tops mashed with fun, flirty bottoms—not that we'd expect anything less from cool girls Anna VitielloDoina CiobanuBettina Looney, and Florrie Thomas.

Scott and one of her fashionable guests, Bettina Looney, show us two ways to rock black and white for the holidays—and yes, we are actually salivating over these looks.

The intimate event was set in a beautiful London restaurant, The Ivy Market Grill, decked out with fall florals and Kendra Scott's metallic home décor.

Scott and Jennifer Pauline of Fashion for Breakfast worked up our appetites with an open discussion covering career advice, entrepreneurship and business challenges in the fashion industry.

Life hack: Kendra Scott's chic homeware pieces are the gift ideas that will save you these holidays and beyond.

Proof that insanely elegant cold-weather party dresses really do exist as seen on Chloe Watts of Chloe Digital and Natasha Ndlovu.

Which of these statement earrings are on your list, Millie Mackintosh's green baubles or Zara Martin's glitzy jewels? (Trick question! We'll take both).

What's a party without delicious themed cocktails? 

Shop more festive treats from Kendra Scott just in time for the holidays–including all the outfit-making statement earrings we're putting in our carts.