How to make your winter outfits look instantly more expensive

Undeniably, there are just times where its easier to let the crazy NZ weather win the war and retreat into your uniform of boring basics and practical outerwear. However, this doesn’t always have to be a bad thing. Dreary winter weather is slowly approaching, so it seems about time we let you in on one of our favourite styling secrets: On mornings when its too cold to fuss over an outfit, throw on your comfiest coat and juxtapose it with a pair of party-ready earrings.

The simple addition of the right jewellery breathes new life into what once was a no-brainer outfit. There’s just something to be said about a big-coat, big-earrings look for the wintertime; with outerwear typically covering up your whole body anyway, earrings are the best way to compensate for the lack of the rest of an outfit. We love how such an easy outfit hack instantly elevates your whole look and ties everything together. The days of letting drab weather get in the way of being your most fabulous self are over.

This is where jewellery brand Dyrberg/Kern comes in handy. Having released their Supernatural Collection with the key themes Blossom, Forget Me Not, and Algae, this brand has become a Remix go-to for pieces that strike the right balance between trendy and timeless. They offer a wide variety of stunning styles that feel luxurious yet are still everyday appropriate, guaranteed to transform your winter ‘fit from bum to bougie. And the best part is, you won’t actually have to sacrifice a fortune (and your warmth!) to look a million bucks. So bundle up and let the shiny, sparkly, dangly things hanging off of your earlobes do the work!

Here are our top Remix picks from the range:


Feminine and floral, inspired by the beauty of a meadow blooming with wildflowers in all shapes, sizes, and colours.





Drawing inspiration from the forget-me-not flower, a symbol of love and loyalty, the pieces evoke a certain innocence that feels fun, feminine and cute.




Designed with pale translucency to evoke that of watercolours, seaweeds and stones that have been softened by the continuous movement of water.