Ted Baker’s unswerving focus on quality and attention to detail can be seen throughout the AW16 jewellery collection, resulting in captivating pieces wanted by all fashion followers.

This season’s bag of tricks has something for every fashionista – Ted has got you covered! Each thrilling item takes a year of planning and preparation before production can begin and this attention to detail shines through.

Ted’s alluring collection also offers a variety of striking seasonal shades in emerald green, royal blue and ruby red – matching outfits just got easier!

Following a recent trip to New York spent scouring the Big Apple’s notorious flea markets Ted discovered a 1930’s miniature French doll. Once loved but now rusty and discarded, Ted vowed to give the doll new life and Bijou was born (RRP€115.00)

The enchanting ballerina is frosted with Swarovski crystals applied by hand and comes wearing a pink or black tulle tutu, the same fabric used in Ted’s mainline collection. Hanging low upon a long chain, Bijou has space to dance upon your ensemble.

Ted has a thing for feminine flair which is prominent throughout the Autumn Winter 2016 collection. Using only the best, the Linndy necklace (RRP €125.00) will have you looking the best dressed for the job. This piece is the ideal mixture of bold and beautiful – a statement enamel design with crystal detail – and will lend a flourishing touch to your favourite LBD.

A statement piece with a textured hoop design, Tasmin (RRP €175.00) and matching cuff, Tamii (RRP €100.00) will bring together any ensemble in sophisticated style. Available in rose gold or silver these are the addition to your wardrobe that will work with a classic cashmere sweater or this season’s hottest piece, the cape.

Your mission this Autumn Winter season should you choose to accept it is to look Tedtastic! To accept this mission please visit jewellery stores nationwide or check out www.timemark.ie for a full list of Ted Baker stockists  #TEDAW16

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