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Jersey Pearl’s Fiore Della Notte collection

27 Sep

Settling down for afternoon tea at sublimely decadent The Dorchester was the perfect setting for checking out the stunning new collection from Jersey Pearl. Established 25 years ago, the family run business is one of the UK’s leading pearl jewellery specialists. More than just beautiful, timeless pearls, Jersey Pearl have developed close relationships with their pearl farmers to offer CarbonNeutral pearls by offsetting the carbon footprint of pearl farming through renewable energy projects.

The Fiore Della Notte collection is a collaboration with ethical jewellery designer Annaloucha, using recycled 18ct blackened gold from Hoover & Strong, CarbonNeutral Akoya pearls and fairly mined Tanzanian rubies which were sourced by Ruby Fair. The collection is super exclusive and limited edition, each piece is made on request and engraved with it’s own serial number so you can be sure you’re one of a select few with that piece. 

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Pearls and playsuits

31 Jul

Recently, the lovely guys at Jersey Pearl asked me to take part in their ‘rock your pearls’ style challenge. The idea is to rock peals in a unique and interesting way. I actually adore peals and wear two pearl studs in my ears and a single pearl on a necklace everyday, I never take them off. Though I love them, I think some people can be a bit hesitant to wear them as they’re quite ‘classic’. That’s why I chose to style them up in a very contemporary way, with a floral printed playsuit, tan platforms and my beloved Alexander Wang bag. The necklace I chose was a long freshwater pearl necklace which can either be worn long or looped around to make it shorter. 

Playsuit – Courtesy of Clothing at Tesco
Pearls – Courtesy of Jersey Pearl
Heels – Courtesy of Sarenza
Bag – Alexander Wang