Jewellery is a component of my life. It pulls my looks together in a complementary manner. The Swarovski’s of the world can be out of reach for many, so here are a few undercover jewellery brands below to look out for.
Daisy Jewellery is a brand headquartered in London, England. They craft jewellery for the everyday woman, which is a treat. Usually, we have to be careful with jewellery as we cannot wear it after perfume or wash items with rings on. Daisy’s products are made from 925 sterling silver and 18-carat gold. This means that your jewellery should last a few years before needing replacing.
Cosmic is also headquartered in Newcastle, England. It’s based on the Etsy platform, which gives rise to handmade accessories, jewellery and custom garments. The brand was established in 2020 and has 3,500 sales. Most of the jewellery is under £20, which is great for everyday essentials you rarely find on another.
Neck On The Line
Neck on the line (“NOTL”) is well known for its water-resistant jewellery. This is one of the great features of NOTL, as you will have no issues with washing up with those bad boys on your fingers. Headquartered in Bristol, England, they offer free UK shipping over £40 and worldwide delivery if the order exceeds £50. They also sell personalised pieces, which make for sentimental gifts.
RIVR was founded in 2019 in Hampshire, England and is best known for its logo and trendy styles. The necklaces and bracelets often feature the Nike swoosh or luxury house initials you need in your collection. The prices range from £10 to £20 depending on what you want. Very affordable for everyday essentials
Peach is a brand headquartered in London, England, run by a young lady called Natasha. One of the many reasons to purchase from Peach is because of their beautiful everyday pieces and that it is affordable. Peach offers free shipping with every order, so you can add more items to your bag without minimum spending limitations. Peach also donates a portion of every sale to various charities chosen at the beginning of the month. This way, you can get involved in charity work and grow your collection.
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