Which ‘The Great Gatsby’ Accessory Describes You Best?

Heading to a grand party? Well, know that what you wear really does make a fashion statement, and The Great Gatsby Collection by Tiffany & Co. will speak volumes about your personality.

Posh parties and fancy functions can be tricky occasions to prep up for. There’s the dress, the shoes, the hair, the makeup, the accessories. Ah, the accessories. Luckily, when it comes to the theme of luxury, you can’t go wrong with The Great Gatsby Collection by Tiffany & Co., as the 1920s-inspired designs would definitely bring a sparkle to any gown.


Photo: Warner Bros. Pictures

And you know you can’t go wrong when they’ve even made an appearance in the movie of the same title which it was based on. Hey, if Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and the rest of the cast wore them, they must have some star power, no? The tough part is picking the one that best tells a story about yourself, just like a movie. We help you decide which piece best describes you.



The colour black has always been associated with being a sexy trait, and a stunning dark jewel ring on your finger is sure to capture the eyes of many with its allure of mystery and glamour, which also portrays you perfectly.



You don’t fancy announcing yourself to the world in a booming fashion but that doesn’t mean your presence comes without class. Lustrous pearls with a statement tassel centrepiece is all it takes for a grandeur effect.



As a moodmaker, you’re the one responsible for getting the party started. Just like your statement rings with various intricate patterns, you’ve got various jokes and stories to tell that can instantly catch everyone’s attention.



A princess gets a crown but a fine lady who likes all things girly gets a diamond headpiece. With your sweet persona, you can definitely rule any party conversation and probably tug a heartstring or two.



Just like a set of matching jewelry, you’re the type to follow the rules and like to keep things in order. It’s a matured taste, so don’t take it as a bad thing. At least your friends know who they can count on in times of need, i.e. at the end of the party when they’re too drunk to drive home.

The Great Gatsby opens in cinemas on May 16th, 2013!