7 Places to Buy Jewellery from the High Street

If I had to pick between clothes and jewellery, I would pick jewellery. Personally, the advantage of wearing jewellery is that it’s one size so you don’t have to worry about putting on weight, it’s evergreen and it’s perfect for dressing up an outfit. I’m currently building a collection with lots of different pieces that I’ve bought over the years straight from the high street. I tend to look out for sales and it really does get me my money’s worth. I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while and thought to share my favourite places I got for jewellery. 



1. Wapin Gold Bracelet | 2. Laveta Statement Necklace | 3.  Collier Earrings

Apart from shoes, Aldo does amazing jewellery especially necklace. Prices start from £8 and do look out for their buy 1 get one free sale. Here are some of my top picks: 

Dorothy Perkins, Topshop and Wallis

  1. Blue Earrings | 2. Gold Necklace | 3. Crystal Necklace | 4. Ring

Part of the Acardia Group, Dorothy Perkins, Topshop and Wallis do fantastic styles that are affordable yet stylish. If you really want a bargain, shop during the sale period and you can get pieces starting from £2. It’s the ultimate jewellery lovers dream! 

New Look

  1. Red Necklace | 2. Stud Earrings | 3. Rose Gold Bracelet 

The last time I went to New Look to pick up an online order, I went to the jewellery stand and I got some crazy bargains including a pair of earrings for 50p. Yes 50p! and everything came to about £10.


River Island

1. Pink Tassel Earrings | 2. Iridescent Bracelet | 3. Gold Diamante Ring 

I love River Island for their accessories. Whilst looking at their website for this post, I came across some lovely pieces. 



  1. Geometric Earrings | 2. Gold Earrings | 3. Leaf Earrings | 4. Resin Necklace

Last but not least is Zara. This is a new discovery for me and I’m not disappointed. Found some stunning pieces online at reasonable prices without breaking the bank. 


Are you a fan of jewellery? What are your favourite stores to shop for jewellery? 


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