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When it comes to jewellery most of us are in two camps, those that like to be seen and those happy to fashionably blend into the background.

For those that fall into the latter camp, there’s a certain allure when it comes to delicate discreetness. Take Danish lifestyle brand, Skagen’s pared-down aesthetic for example. Their beautifully crafted minimalist accessories with clean uncluttered lines make a stylist statement without making a scene.

Combining functional details with sophisticated design, these timeless pieces— from the simple curves of the twisted pearl necklace to the subtle texture on the Klassik – are a stylish nod to this season’s minimal trend.

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