Inside My Wardrobe: Necklaces

Inside My Wardrobe: Necklaces

Today I’m going to give you a tour through some of my favourite and most reached for necklaces. Unfortunately none of them are new, so I’m not going to be able to link to where to buy if you like them. Where possible I’ll include the store I got them from though.

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This first necklace is my favourite, and has been since the day I received it at Christmas time from my Mum, over 10 years ago now. It was from Beaverbrooks in Manchester, I love how delicate it is and how it can be wore casually or more dressy.

This next one, whilst no longer my style, I will always love as it was a present from my late Grandma. It was from Ernest Jones in Bury.


This tree necklace is the newest one, as I received it the year before last, it is also from Ernest Jones in Bury. As I’ve mentioned before, I have a mild to serious (okay, just serious) obsession with trees. I love this as I feel less anxiety when wearing it, verse my actual favourite necklace which also cost more. Unfortunately I can sometimes be one of those people who doesn’t wear their most loved/expensive jewellery as I’m scared of losing it.

This simple solitaire ‘diamond’ necklace is one I reach for pretty often, I have no idea where I bought it from but I highly doubt it cost me anything more than Ā£10. It is shiny though.Ā šŸ˜

Another necklace on the lower end of the price scale is this adorable little owl and moon. Again, I don’t recall where this came for.

A simple little wishbone necklace, I believe this was a present – most of the jewellery I have that aren’t more ‘costume-like’ jewellery are usually Christmas or Birthday presents.

The following four necklaces I’m really struggling to place (sorry, this isn’t a very useful post is it – “Here’s a necklace I own. Oh, you like it, well sorry – I don’t know where it came from and is probably about a decade old anyways” — But maybe it’ll be of some use if you find something you like and can start searching for a version of it, sometimes you don’t see something until you become aware of it, right? That makes sense (at least to me).

I believe this necklace is from Accessorize, does anyone still shop there? I used to love going down on my college dinner break and browsing their stuff.


Do you recall this necklace from Primark? I feel like everyone owed it or a similar style at the time I bought this. I do still really like it, but it is a bit more ‘out-there’ than I usually go for now-a-days.

And finally, a wink to the festive month ahead with the stag head, this was from Primark.

So, that concludes my incredibly helpful, informative and exciting post. I hope you enjoyed it, at least a tiny bit.Ā šŸ˜‰


  1. November 17, 2017 / 6:13 am

    I love how different your collection is, I have a few but I don’t wear jewelry as often as I’d like to. I might end up buying stuff all over again and tossing all my old stuff out xD

    • November 17, 2017 / 9:31 pm

      I can be the same, I go in and out of wearing them.. – I don’t remember the last time I wore earrings even though I love them šŸ™ˆ x

      • November 19, 2017 / 7:16 am

        I wore earrings today lol. Last time I wore them was about 3 months ago lol

        • November 20, 2017 / 1:43 am

          Lol, exactly the same, I get out of wearing them and when I do put them back in I feel I look weird – but it reverses when I wear them everyday and I seem to look bizarre without them šŸ˜Š

  2. November 16, 2017 / 9:02 pm

    Wow beautiful necklaces you’ve got here! I love the wishbone one! Really lovely post girl ā¤

    • November 17, 2017 / 2:55 am

      Thank you šŸ˜Š I wish I could remember where it was from but if you’re really interested just Google wishbone necklace and loads of options come up šŸ˜ŠšŸ’œ

  3. November 16, 2017 / 10:40 am

    Aww I really enjoyed this post! I love all your really delicate, minimal necklaces xx

    • November 16, 2017 / 11:42 pm

      Thank you šŸ˜Š me too, they are my preferred style nowadays šŸ™‚ xx

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