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This Is How To Wear Diamonds For Day

Diamonds are no longer just for big occasions. In recent years, there’s been a shift: increasingly, jewellers are creating pieces meant to be worn everywhere. ‘Day diamonds should be like a second skin,’ says Farfetch’s fine jewellery specialist, Min Lee. ‘They’re easy to layer and stack together and there’s no need to worry about colour matching, coordinating, and abiding by any rules – because there are no rules.’ Here, Min shares her favourite everyday diamond pieces and the jewellers to know now, and highlights the best ways to take care of your diamond pieces. Find out more and shop our full selection of day diamonds below.

Astley Clarke’s Diamond Studs

‘These white-gold and diamond-pavé studs from demi-fine jeweller Astley Clarke are a go-to for every day,’ says Min. ‘The joy of everyday diamond studs is that they become part of your daily uniform – and they match everything.’ How to look after them? We recommend cleaning your earrings every few wears. To clean, simply place them in warm water with a drop of mild dish soap, rub them with your fingers and leave them to air-dry on a cloth or towel – note this is for diamonds only and not other stones or minerals. And if you do lose one of your studs, many of the brands on Farfetch sell studs as singles as well.

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mini 'Icon Aura' stud earrings

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mini 'Icon Aura' stud earrings

997 €

malachite large floris ring

Astley Clarke

malachite large floris ring

189 €

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Mateo’s Personalised Diamond Ring

‘Mateo’s personalised letter ring is our pick for your everyday diamond ring,’ says Min. ‘It sits high on the finger, and works well stacked with other pieces.’ Set in 14kt gold, it features a diamond pavé letter underneath quartz crystal. Pick your letter, wear on any finger, and notice how often the diamonds shimmering through the crystal catch eyes. ‘This ring can also be worn on any finger, too. In some cultures, wearing stone rings on the index or middle finger can bring luck and prosperity,’ notes Min. ‘If you’ve never worn a ring on your middle or index finger, I’d recommend considering it.’ When caring for a diamond piece like this, it’s best to store it in the pouch or box it came in, in a safe place away from direct sunlight.


White Bird’s Diamond Huggies

Huggies are small full hoop earrings that ‘hug’ your earlobe, and have become a staple style in fine jewellery in recent years. ‘They’re a jewellery box essential for anyone with pierced ears,’ says Min. ‘And White Bird is our go-to brand for tiny to small huggies with a variety of diamond details.’ The French label’s offering includes single diamonds, diamond pavé, milgrain-set and bezel-set designs and highlight the different textures of each diamond setting. Huggies usually come in tiny sizes for the second or third ear piercing. This white diamond-encrusted style is sold as a single piece, making it perfect for mixing and matching each day with your other favourite pieces.


Redline’s Single Diamond Bracelet

Redline’s new take on the classic diamond bracelet has quickly become a best-selling style. The minimal yet eye-catching designs are defined by a red thread (as many cultures believe that wearing red thread will bring protection, faith, good luck and strength to the wearer) and a single diamond that sits centrally. ‘Our edit of Redline bracelets offers subtle colour and sparkle that’s perfect for during the day,’ says Min. ‘Each piece is designed with the energy of diamonds and the faith and history of red string in mind.’ It’s useful to note that the adjustable clasp means this bracelet fits most wrist sizes.


De Beers’ Coloured Diamond Pendant

‘Coloured diamonds are also perfect for wearing every day,’ notes Min, ‘and it’s believed that brown diamonds can connect the wearer with the earth and nature and can symbolise order, stability and clarity.’ This De Beers solitaire (single-stone) pendant features a brown round-cut diamond with a pavé-set white diamond surround. Coloured diamonds are among the rarest and most valuable gemstones in the world. And like sapphires, they come in a huge variety of colours. The rarest coloured diamonds include red, green, purple and orange, while pink and blue are widely desired too.


Kismet By Milka’s Baguette Stud

‘Baguettes are firmly back,’ says Min on the distinctly shaped, rectangular-cut diamond. ‘The way they sparkle is quite unique, and makes a nice contrast to the classic round diamond.’ For everyday diamond earrings with a modern point of interest, look to the Istanbul-based jeweller Kismet By Milka. ‘Kismet’s single baguette stud earring has a flowing geometric shape that beautifully follows the line of your ear.’ It’s a shape that works well worn in multiple places too. Wear on the ear’s helix – where you would normally wear a cuff earring – halfway down the ear at what’s called the snug.

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