Model Miranda Kerr always builds her outfits around bold jewellery because it individualises her style.
Miranda Kerr likes to have fun with statement jewellery.
The Australian supermodel always jazzes up her outfits with eye-catching pieces which can take her from day to night.
She told HELLO! magazine: ''As a mum, my everyday style is generally quite relaxed. I dress for the mood I'm in and the occasion. I love to have fun with fashion and I'm obsessed with accessories. I tend to invest in classic fashion pieces, so choosing jewellery is a great way to individualise my style.
''I pair a statement piece such as great cuff or ring with my favourite jeans and t-shirt or maxi dress, then for the evenings, I build on the piece by adding a complementary necklace or earrings. If I'm wearing an amazing statement piece of jewellery, I like to keep my outfit uncomplicated and let that piece be the standout.''
Asked about her favourite style icon, Miranda replied: ''In a celebrity sense, Audrey Hepburn. But my grandmother is also an inspiration to me. I have several of her vintage dresses in my wardrobe.
''She once told me that you don't have to have a lot of money to be stylish and confident, you just need to accessorise well and carry yourself with grace and poise.''
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