Jewellery for eclectic ladies

Jewellery for eclectic ladies

There are hundreds and thousands of brands and labels out there that spoil us for choice when it comes to our image. One thing that’s lacking however in the market for urban/eclectic chic is jewellery. Most of the jewellery found to suit our tastes are from high street clothes shops. Think about Ernest Jones, H Samuel, De Beers, they’re all suited to taste for the more sophisticated and ‘normal’ woman. The only jewellery I seem to find these days that suits my taste is either very old retro/vintage jewellery from market stalls and charity shops, or of course ethnic jewellery which is very hard to get hold of unless you wanna book a flight to a destination in Asia or Morocco.

In the last few years I’ve found myself just settling for the odd treasure I find in high street shops, which requires careful and consistent keeping up with the new stock that comes in. This can be frustrating. As much as I love the odd bargain from Primark’s jewellery section, the bangles especially (I do find the odd gem in there from time to time) there aren’t many brands that produce jewellery I could keep for the rest of my life, as with a cheap price comes cheap quality, most of the jewellery doesn’t last for more than a few years.

If you have a bit of cash you’d like to invest in some real jewellery that will actually last, something with value, that isn’t just of a plain and boring design suited for the norm there are some great designers out there. I found this brand, although pricey, I absolutely love their collection and see their pieces as a good investment. I must give it to them, they source their jewellery very well from tribal groups all over the world including India, China, Africa, Thailand, the Pacific, Afghanistan, Nepal and South America. Think Erykah Badu, artistic, bold, ethnic and funky!

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