Jewellery brands we’re loving (pt.1)

Although a little on the pricey side, we absolutely adore these jewellery brands! In part two of ‘Jewellery brands we’re loving’, we’ll be checking out the best accessories on the high street. 

Picture2Regal Rose
A little bit edgy, a touch boho but incredibly contemporary, the brand founded and managed by British twins Rebecca and Louisa has gained much popularity for their exquisite designs. Undoubtedly feminine but fierce to support its name, you can find elephant engraved rings and pearl encrusted details, lace chokers, and even the must have body harnesses. They have a range of offerings from costume jewellery to precious metal pieces and often use natural crystals and gemstones in their designs. Shop RegalRose on their website or through ASOS.


The UK based store specialise in bohemian jewellery. If you are looking for the vintage feel but a modern look this is then look no further. Find the ever so popular midi rings, anklets and necklaces all in sterling silver with rich coloured stones and intricate detailing. Themed collections include the gothic inspired ‘Darkest hour’ and ‘Summer Odyssey’, paying homage to the opulent past with the inclusion of lots of blue stones and moon accents. Affordable pretty jewellery at the click of your fingers. Shop ShopDixi on their website.



The Great Frog
Edgy, fierce, bold and cool, the brand has grown to extraordinary heights and now you can embrace your inner rockstar. Hand carved in Soho the brand offer chunky rings including the sought after skull and bear rings, as well as the slightly more feminine rose ring for those favouring a softer piece. They also offer pendants and bracelets with the same toughness. With celebrity clients including Johnny Depp, Arctic Monkeys, Pink and Kat von D, the brand has guaranteed popularity and a reputable following. Shop The Great Frog on their website or in their Soho store (10 Ganton Street, London, W1F 7QR)


Picture1Monica Vinader
This British luxury brand is known for elegant, minimal and contemporary fine jewellery. Their stackable rings are pretty and dainty, whilst the much loved friendship bracelets can be personalised to make the perfect gift. Striving for ethical ethos, their production in India is monitored to maintain excellent sustainability. Named after its Spanish designer, the jewellery is mid-range and decently priced for those less keen on expensive accessories. Seen on the likes of Emma Watson and the Duchess of Cambridge. Shop Monica Vinader online and in Selfridges

Rukaiyah Dadhiwala

Images: RegalRose, ShopDixi, The Great Frog, Monica Vinader.

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