Add some oomph to your outfit with our top personalised jewellery picks for new mums
First impressions heart necklace £150, joulberry.com
This handprint necklace is so adorable, and uses a cast of your little one’s actual handprint so you can literally take a little part of them with you where ever you go.
Finger heart necklace £210, joulberry.com
A bit pricey we know, but you don’t get more personal than this. A sweet memory of your little one’s fingerprint to keep and treasure, for the rest of your life. Plus you can add new charms for every new addition to the family.
Initial charm, £45, astleyclarke.com/uk
Charms are a brilliant way of treasuring memories, plus you can add more that symbolize your baby’s personality as she grows.
Calendar necklace, £150, dallanonnajewelry.com
Celebs are a big fan of this one and should be too, it’s a fun and quirky pendant with your tot’s birth date on it, what could be more special?
Family locket, £40, lookagain.co.uk
Go traditional with this family locket, so you can keep pictures of your little one close to your heart.
Initial necklace, £15, tattydevine.co.uk
Add a pop of colour to your outfit with this quirky necklace.
Name necklace, £7.50, topshop.com
A classic necklace, not to mention a favourite amongst celebrity mothers. It took you so long agonising over a baby name – now it’s the time to wear it with pride.
Your baby’s only just gone down, and the cab driver’s already ringing the doorbell, leaving you zero time to throw an outfit together. Cue: throw on your go-to statement accessory to revive your favourite LBD or bring your maternity basics to life. If you’re in need of inspiration, we’ve checked out what’s hot on the high street to find the must-haves from glitzy earrings to eye-catching necklaces.
We all love a little memento of our baby when we’re away from them. And these famous mamas have invested in personalised jewellery to remind them – and the world – how much they treasure their little ones. Plus it’s a good addition to any outfit, too.
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