I don't believe that Kannot knows how to pick jewelry to suit its use: everyday, out to dinner, charity gala and state dinner extravaganza.
The everyday jewelry looks like teenage girl jewelry: tiny pendants on fine chains, charms on longer fine chains. No fun jewelry like tumbled stone necklace, wooden beads short necklace, fun acrylic beads and shapes on a stringer.
The gala jewelry is mismatched borrowed diamond bracelets, dangling chandelier styles (hidden by hair) or giant gem buttons. Never wears a jeweled comb/pin in her hair (hint: the Swedes do that well, take notes) or any of the larger stone necklaces because her dress neckline is up to her collarbone. Lately, when she wears a lowered neckline, no jewel trespasses across her upper chest. Nothing to bring focus to the eye or face and invite a conversation.
It's as if this woman never spent any time at all looking at and trying on jewelry. Girlfriends and I went to the dept stores, tried on costume jewelry, laughed about it, bought it when it was on special sale. Went to the resale markets and bought more costume jewelry. And then, we took it apart and put it back together the way we wanted it. (One of the 'girls' had the clips and pliers to do that and so we did it.) And we traded with each other because some pieces just looked better on someone else or lent pieces to go with outfits.
Over time, we figured out what kind of jewelry looked best with our faces/necks and complemented the clothing we were wearing. Of course, we watched our pennies but we learned about color, shape, structure and how to complement our looks and outfits inexpensively. When we had the means we knew what we wanted to have as part of our permanent 'real' collection. To this day, when we are out on a weekend jaunt, we always stop in at the jewelry resale shops hoping to find another perfect piece (good stone, metal, wood or costume). Sometimes we are lucky, often not.
We have a different eye now and more often find pieces for our friends than for ourselves. And we trust each other's opinions. We learned early that hidden jewelry, by hair or garment, was wasted effort. Jewelry is worn to make you want to sparkle and feel like you are at your best. It's a pity if Kannot has never had the fun and pleasure of experimenting with jewelry.