11 Pregnancy-Friendly Jewellery

May 08, 2015

Check out these beautiful pieces you can wear, before, during and well after your pregnancy

While lamenting the temporary loss of your pre-pregnancy skinny jeans and tossing that infamous Little Black Dress to the back of the wardrobe, don’t forget about the little gem you can wear from pregnancy and beyond. 

We’re talking bling, people! And forget cruel rings that laugh as you attempt to push them up your fingers kicking and screaming. Necklaces and earrings will never let you down. So take a one-size-fits-all approach to your style during pregnancy with these sparkling goodies.



Mix it up with & Other Stories’ gorgeous stone bar earrings (£10). The contrast of brass with that marble-look stone is the epitome of edge and an understated glamour.


If those puppies aren’t edgy enough, this quirky pair might be more up your street. Michael Kors’ rose metal padlock studs definitely hold the key to our fashionable hearts (£49, Beaverbrooks). The rose metal finish makes them perfect for the new season. Be warned: they’re petite.


Liberty are taking no such thing with their offering by Alex Monroe (£105). His gold-plated tiny butterfly studs are perfect as an everyday accessory.


If classic beauty is more your aesthetic, you can’t go wrong with classic pearls. SelfridgesAnnoushka 6mm pearl and white gold earrings (£250) will offer the picture perfect finish to your look.


Take a dangle on the dainty side with these Vega drop citrine earrings by Monica Vinader (£95, Harrods). The collection is named after a star and you won’t be able to help feeling like one yourself in these beauties.



It’s official: your jewellery can speak to you and even offer the most invaluable advice. Like, ‘Don’t Panic!’ We adore this gold-tone pendant from Marc By Marc Jacobs (£60, Net-A-Porter). Inspired by the label’s Spring 2015 motto, it comes with a delicate chain trimmed with a signature designer plaque. So when life gets too much, simply listen to your necklace.


For something a bit more personal, check out Hurley Burley. Their sterling silver disc charm necklace (from £25) can be customised to the hilt! From the disc size to the font, whether you want writing on the front or the back of the disc or the front and the back, you’ll soon be sending out invitations to your London Fashion Week debut!


Go for the chunky look with this sterling rose gold Glitz Edge pendant from Fossil (£169). The cubic zirconia frame (or, as we prefer to call it, faux diamond) gives this piece added glamour. 


If it’s a statement piece you’re after, look no further. This stunning work of art by Italian brand Radà will have all eyes on you – and not because of your bump. Available in the UK from Anthropologie (£218), the Aegean Sparkle necklace with its turquoise hues and azure blues will add just the right amount of pop to your outfit: TOO MUCH!


Channel your inner Audrey Hepburn with this five row pearl necklace from Jaeger (£125). It comes with an extender chain so it can be worn at different lengths. How charming! We could see Audrey schmoozing as Holly Golightly in Breakfast At Tiffany’s. And she’d just adore the next piece.


Now, we hope you’ve got the tissues out, ‘cos this one’ll make you weep. Well, it is from Tiffany & Co… Designed by Paloma Picasso, daughter of some iconic artist (yes, that Picasso!), this endearingly named Paloma’s Sugar Stacks pendant (£1,575) is the ultimate in elegance. Made from pavé sapphires in an 18-carat white gold setting, it’s a sugar fiend’s dream.


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