11 Gorgeous Jewellery Pieces

April 08, 2016

You’ll always fit into these

Pregnancy can be tricky style-wise. Your lovely, changing shape makes for unpredictable dressing. But jewellery is the one thing that won’t let you down!

Wristy Business

Spread love with this Love Bridge bracelet from Thomas Sabo (£90). Part of their Sterling Silver Collection, its heart is plated with rose gold. As a bonus, you can have it engraved free of charge!

 

Sparkle with Swarovski’s rose gold plated Drop Bangle (£119). Its black crystals make it a real standout piece.

 

Earring Of Truth

Anthropologie have struck gold with these Strala Drops earrings (£38). How gorge is that colour?!

If you’re after something to match a cocktail dress, Michael Kors is your guy. Beaverbrooks stock Kors’ Rose Gold Tone earrings (£115). We love their marble-effect stones.

If you’re more of a stud girl, check out these Square Bar earrings from & Other Stories (£12). Minimalism at its best.

For something more on the fun side, you’ll love these Holly Ice Popsicle earrings by Vivienne Westwood (£55, Selfridges). Perfect for the new season, they’ll make your mouth water.

If a cuppa is your drink of choice, check out these Tea Time studs by Kate Spade (£40). So CUTE!

Necklaces (We Couldn’t Think Of Anything Funny To Say Here…)

You’ll really be blooming in this Eternal Heart necklace by Folli Follie (£80). The brand’s iconic flower heart is plated in rose gold and covered in crystals. The final touch? A delicate pearl. Perfect.

Pippa Small has designed this Lapis Circles necklace from Monsoon (£70). Decorated with semi-precious stones, you’ll make more of a difference than you think wearing this. £5 of your cash will be donated to the Turquoise Mountain Foundation, creating employment opportunities for artisans in Kabul.

They’ll always remember you in this Forget Me Not necklace by Pandora (£85). Hand finished in sterling silver, Pandora says the necklace will “suit all necklines”.

Lastly, flash the cash in this cool Vintage Gold Penny necklace from Oliver Bonas (£19). Ka-ching!

 

Images courtesy of Anthropologie, Beaverbrooks, Folli Follie, Kate Spade, Monsoon, Oliver Bonas, & Other Stories, Pandora, Selfridges, Swarovski and Thomas Sabo.





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Size Guide

To calculate the size of band that's right for you, you'll need to measure around your waist and bump across its largest point - usually at the tummy button.

Bump Size* S M L XL
80 - 100 cms
(32 - 40 inches)
100 - 120 cms
(40 - 48 inches)
120 - 140 cms
(48- 56 inches)
140+ cms
(56+ inches)

 *All bumps are different and grow at different times. You may find that you will need to go up a size as your pregnancy progresses