Over these past few years, I have developed a firm love for jewels, even to the point where I’m going to get my ears pierced a few more times so I can wear all my favourite jewellery items. I thought I would put together a little blog post detailing my favourite jewellery brands at the moment in the hopes it will inspire you for your next shop.
I first came across the brand Lucy & Jane when I attended a Topshop event and there were a pair of their miss-matched moon & star hoop earrings in a goodie bag. I have never been this obsessed with a pair of earrings before and I literally wore them every day when I got them. I knew I had to invest in more pieces ASAP, which I did. Although I have worked with Lucy & Jane in the past on a gifted Instagram campaign, I have also purchased items and continue to do so. This pair of Geometric earrings are one of my favourite pairs and I actually bought my sister a pair for Christmas and she loves them. The customer service you receive from these special ladies is second to none and I couldn’t recommend them enough. They also have a strong online social media presence which I love, it’s a really honest and down to earth brand.
Last year I was lucky enough to attend an Esme Louise event in Harrogate for the launch of the Love Letters collection. I was blown away by the jewels and I got to meet Esme herself. I was that obsessed, I arranged a meeting with Esme so we can discuss making a few pieces for my wedding day, which my big brother and sister-in-law purchased for me as a gift (I still wear all the pieces all the time). I have made a true friend in Esme and if you’re looking for super chic/classic style accessories, this brand is for you. With every purchase made, 10% of profits are donated to Smart Works to help women who have been going through hard times get back into work, which I feel is such a great initiative.
I worked with Thomas Sabo last year on a campaign but I had to involve them as the ear studs are a firm favourite of mine. This brand may be viewed as being a little more expensive than the previous two, however some of their earrings start at around £49.00 which I personally I don’t think is too bad if you’re going to be wearing them all the time. Such an investment! I haven’t taken mine off since I received my small miss-matched moon and star earrings (do we see a theme happening with the miss-matched jewels…).
To be honest, I have so many favourite brands so this will most likely be a continued series. I’m also falling in love with gold accessories so you better believe that you will start to see me wearing more gold jewels soon.
*This post contains gifted items from past campaigns for Thomas Sabo and Lucy & Jane. I was under no obligation to write this post and as always, my views are 100% are my own.