All Our Editors Are Turning to This Jewellery Brand for Their Everyday Staples

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When it comes to jewellery, there’s really two ends of the spectrum: There are the jaw-dropping sparkles and statement pieces that tend to only come out on very special occasions (usually the penchant of A-listers who have regular red carpets to attend), and then there are the everyday pieces you never want to take off.

We’re big fans here at Who What Wear UK of getting the most out of our purchases, so for our editors, simple staple jewellery that goes with everything is top of our lists at the moment, and the affordable brand we’re all turning to for this is Thomas Sabo. From chunky chains to delicate layering necklaces, to classic hoops—whatever your personal weakness—the brand’s new collection has all of spring’s minimal jewellery trends ticked off.


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We personally love how expensive all the clean gold and silver pieces look. It’s a much-used styling trick in our office to just add a chain necklace to make a look seem so much more pulled together, or give a simple outfit a fashion twist. The styling benefits of good quality gold layering jewellery shouldn’t be underestimated. (Plus, these won’t blow yours or your partner’s whole paycheque if they're treating you.) 

Keep scrolling to see and shop our favourite pieces that will go with every outfit this spring…

Geometric Shapes

Chunky Chains

Curated Ears

All Gold Everything

Colourful Stones

Up next, the spring/summer trends we’ll all be wearing this year.

Emily Dawes
Affiliate Editor

Emily Dawes is the very definition of a fashion multi hyphenate. An editor, stylist and writer with over eleven years’ worth of experience in the industry, Emily is known for her impeccable taste, elegant outfit choices and being able to spot the next big thing in fashion from a mile off. Our readers loyally trust her advice and shopping suggestions; so much so she began her own column documenting the most expensive-looking pieces on the high street, which has become a top-performing piece of content for the Who What Wear brand.

Emily has worked for Who What Wear UK since 2020 in a myriad as roles, spanning from contributing editor and branded content editor. Now, she holds the position of affiliate editor and is responsible for the brand’s overall affiliate strategy, ideation and content execution. Working closely with Who What Wear UK’s affiliate manager, Emily has been instrumental in securing and nourishing brand partnerships, surpassing her goals as standard. Leading the team in tentpole shopping moments including Black Friday and Peak Trading, with Emily’s guidance and leadership, team Who What Wear is in a stronger affiliate position than ever before.

Prior to joining the Who What Wear team, Emily served as YOU Magazine’s acting fashion editor where she managed the fashion team and oversaw all fashion content output for the fast-paced weekly title. Emily is a stylist in her own right, having worked with a slew of VIP clients including writer and television personality, Elizabeth Day, as well as styling and art directing several celebrity cover shoots for glossy print publication, Grazia. Her adept fashion knowledge means brands regularly sought out to work with her as a consultant: previously she has developed marketing and content plans for brands for Cocoon and Edge of Ember. Before entering the industry, Emily obtained a Bachelor of Arts in English and American Studies with International Study from Nottingham University. Fun fact: Emily spent a year studying in America which saw her join a sorority during her time there.

When she’s not working or tracking down the chicest, new-in items to share with our audience, you’ll find Emily bestowing her East London home with her stylish flair, reading everything from the classics to cowboy romance novels and escaping to the country with husband, baby boy and dog, Roo, whenever she can.

Emily is currently on maternity leave.