Yali Tan’s work is dedicated to the study of non-traditional jewellery, exploring the relationship between people and jewellery. Tan’s work also considers the wear-ability of jewellery in multiple ways, aiming to break the monotony of how traditional jewellery is worn, its shapes, materials, colours and definitions. Using a variety of materials and techniques, the work presents her development process and creative research to the viewer. Through the diverse forms of jewellery wear-ability, the wearer gains a more interactive experience and exchange of ideas with the jewellery. Jewellery is no longer just a wearable object that adorns the body, but also an object that conveys a person’s emotions or thoughts, allowing the wearer to express their thoughts and opinions while wearing it. At the same time, the variety of ways to wear a piece of jewellery gives it a different definition and breaks away from traditional concepts.