Well, it’s not something new that even the chicest outfits would look unflattering and poor if accessorized in a wrong way or not accessorized at all. Accessories are the “spices” that we girls all love and can never have enough of. Be it summer or winter, cold or hot, there are certain pieces that enchant us, that spice up our outfits and make us look even more gorgeous. Dear voguish girls, make sure to take a look at the latest Dominic Jones fall/winter 2012 jewelry collection and finish off your cold season apparel with statement-making pieces. Get inspired and add attitude to your fall ensembles!
The Dominic Jones fall/winter 2012 jewelry collection is rife with ultra-voguish, jaw-dropping pieces, some of the most outstanding accessorizing options for the cold season. The London-based designer describes her styling as being “aggressive but elegant” and adds that she never designs for a specific woman. “I enjoy the diversity of people that wear my brand. But I do think that you have to have a little bit of a punk mentality,” Jones told the Fashion Monitor. Just take a single glance at the Dominic Jones fall/winter 2012 lookbook featuring 22-year-old actress Jessica Brown Findlay and Mary Charteris, the niece of Daphne Guinness, and you are sure to fall in love with every single piece featured in this line.
“The lookbook is very English feeling with Jessica Brown-Findlay (Lady Sybil in Downtown Abbey) and Mary Charteris,” the famous designer said. On Brown Findlay, Dominic Jones told The Telegraph that, “She’s a real English Rose. The collection is quite aristocratic and she was a perfect fit, she has a real natural beauty and is really engaging.”
If you are looking for undeniably voguish pieces to accessorize your looks and stand out in the crowd, the Dominic Jones fall/winter 2012 collection is right for you! As the designer puts it, the pieces in this collection represent “trinkets and artefacts that were brought back to the daughters by the Lords that went to fight in the Crusades.” “This collection is much more intricate and complex compared to previous seasons. It has a more antique feel in its shapes and forms, worked in with my signature modern approach,” Dominic Jones admitted in an interview with the Fashion Monitor.
Photos courtesy of Dominic Jones