Our seasonal collection for SS19, Paloma, embodies the NAJO aesthetic while simultaneously celebrating freedom of expression.

Last month, Jo Tory took us through one of her favourite looks from the collection, as modelled by Rose Freemantle.

Here are three more looks to inspire your own interpretation of Paloma. Rather than literally recreating these looks, we hope you’ll use them to liberate your personal style story.

LOOK 1: Made in Mexico

When only the highest quality will do, embrace the luxe of our Majestica suite. Featuring exceptional craftsmanship by our master artisans, this exquisite necklace and bracelet (in two widths) are the pinnacle of the Paloma collection. Under the creative direction of Jo Tory, our artisans have created three rows of reticulated squares in highly polished sterling silver (five rows in the wide bracelet), reminiscent of cobblestoned streets and romantic moonlit walks.

Worn layered together, the bold geometry makes a confident statement on bare skin – never flashy or garish, just the right amount of sleek and contemporary glamour, perfectly matched to a grey silk slip dress.

Look 2: Mixed Metals & Textures

Here’s the proof that unexpected pairings can create the most beautiful results. Hand-beaten silver holds its own appeal for the way it plays with light and texture, but it’s further elevated when contrasted with highly polished silver, as in the Avery Earring. Then there’s our gorgeous new Tumbaga Amarres Bangles which take this textured effect and wrap it in coils of golden-coloured tumbaga, a copper-zinc alloy that’s new for NAJO.

This look is complete with the generous Georgia Necklace. Its oversized beaten links can be worn long and loose or double-wrapped for added jangly texture.

Look 3: Colourful Boho

A modern take on a peasant blouse, free-flowing and whimsical, requires the right jewellery – and an attitude to match. Release your goddess spirit with pastel-hued gemstones and intricate patterns and, by all means, pile them on!

The key here is playfulness, starting with the Marine Garden Chalcedony Necklace, in both pink and aqua, and the matching Marine Garden Chalcedony Ring in both shades. While you’re at it, add the earrings too.

Linking these gemstone pieces to the bracelets in this look is the use of oxidised silver. The rope twist of the Prairie Bracelet and the highly decorative Daniela Cuff both use oxidisation to highlight the silverwork detail for a worldly appeal that’s far more chic than folksy.

Which look is your favourite? How will you make Paloma your own? Share your style story with us at #najojewellery.