Twice As Nice

It’s that time of the year, where year-end parties are a great excuse to get all dressed up and decked out!

In this month’s photo shoot, we demonstrate how easy it is to transform your look – just by changing your jewellery.

Identical twins Sophie and Tamsin sizzle in choice statement pieces for the festive season. Be it massive baroque pearls or chunky gold chains, each piece of jewellery adds drama and easy glamour to any outfit.

So pile it on. Let them do a double take this Christmas.


Left to right: Oval and triangular art deco earrings; Ornate Trifari goldtone bracelet.

Left: A sunburst motif on a goldtone disc hangs off a simple choker; Right: Curved hammered choker with geometric shapes.

Left: 1950s faux pearl and crystal tri-strand necklace; Right: Tasselled faux pearl neck piece.

The twins wear a set of Austrian gold-plated Swarovski crystal jewellery from the 1950s.

Left: 1980s Art Deco choker with black beads and gold bars; Right: Multi-strand 1980s necklace with black and gold beads.

Left: Trifari cream enamel and goldtone swirly necklace and goldtone zebra brooch; Right: Asymmetrical beaded choker with a goldtone leopard motif.

Left: Goldtone flower brooch; Right: Tassel brooch with black stone and a rainbow sheen.

Left: 1980s Napier enamel set of earrings and choker; Right: Black enamel and gold fan-shaped choker paired with a Trifari geometric black enamel necklace.

Left: Multi-strand pearl necklace layered with with faux crystal necklace; Right: Multi-strand medieval goldtone necklace.

Left: 1980s faux pearl chandelier earrings with a conical drop. Right: 1980s silver-tone ball earrings with black beads.

Left: A 1950s Kramer leaf-shaped choker sits layered above a choker with gold fanned-out strips; Right: A Trifari teardrop shaped choker from the 1950s looks pretty with a simple gold choker.


All clothing and jewellery from Granny’s Day Out. For prices, please PM us or call us at 6336 9774.

Super duper thanks to photographer Chuck Reyes! His beautiful photographs can be found in magazines all over the island as well as on his blog.

Special thanks to Leen for her two lovely twin friends! Leen is an underground brow repair expert who analyses brows like no one else. Check her out on


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