I have adored this little French jewellery brand, ever since I first noticed it exhibiting 3 seasons ago at LFW. I love the ditsy, quirky, vintage designs- perfectly Parisian and so dainty and delicate...right up my street!
Love the fruit pieces!
Gorgeous packaging as well as the actual pieces; cute little floral, fabric boxes
Love the little perfume bottle pendants
These pieces remind me of a children's storybook!
Cute little gnome and toadstool necklace!
I was drawn to these very bright, bold and statement pieces by Lola Rose Boutique. I love how they're displayed against the black glass too.
In love with these sweet little dog rings!
This display is just stunning!
Beautiful collection of rings
This season I had the pleasure of stumbling across Buba London jewellery designs. I honestly don't think I have seen such a beautiful, fairytale style collection of jewels before! Officially in love.
Check out the amazing hand crafted beaded clutches too! Talk about arm candy.
So beautiful and you can really tell how much painstaking work has gone into this delectable, statement necklace!
A vision in white!
Love how royal this piece looks!
Completely OTT but...I love!
Zoe & Morgan
These sweet little rings have been the brands' bestselling piece from their collections over the years..I just love the simplicity of them, my favourites are hope and love!
A few darker, slightly more edgy collection of pieces here with the serpent and skull motifs...which I find hugely enjoyable! Still quite subtle and feminine, but with a little extra drama!
Love love loveee Joanna Cave jewellery...so delicate and princess-esque! I particularly love the ribbon head pieces and black pieces.
Renaissance was newly introduced to me this season, and I instantly fell in love with the innovative and slightly quirky designs.
Amazing butterfly necklace which folds in and out to your heart's desire
Little silver russian doll pendant, which really does unscrew to reveal many more tinier versions! Such a sweet idea for a necklace.
Love this old school clock necklace.
I absolutely love Tatty Devine's kitsch pieces!