Initial Jewellery Is Trending Right Now

Carrie may have made personalised name necklaces, but this year we’re seeing a much more pared back take on the style. 

More refined and perfectly minimalistic, single-letter pendants are trending, and for good reason. Showcasing one letter, rather than a whole name, means that you can mix-and-match, choosing letters which are important to you. Whether they’re your own initials, or those of someone near-and-dear to your heart. 

We always love the look of layered jewellery, and layers of tiny letters look super cute as well. Whether you opt for necklaces or bracelets, adding a few tiny letters to your jewellery look can make your curation that much more personal. 


Celebs Love the Initial Bracelet and Necklace Trend 

We’re not the only ones who love the look. Seemingly every star from Gigi Hadid to Kate Middleton, has embraced alphabet jewellery. We only expect the trend to continue from here. 

Gigi Hadid, Beynoce, J. Lo, and Mila Kunis have all been spotted wearing their children’s names and initials: An idea we think is super-cute for any mum or mum-to-be. 

There are also a fair few stars, honouring their partners through their jewellery. Miley Cyrus, Meghan Markle and Katherine Schwarzenegger have all been seen wearing their partner’s initials. Something we think is even more sweet when done with the subtlety and style of miniature charm. 


Our Tiny Letters

If you’re liking the sound of personalised initial jewellery, our tiny letters may be right up your alley. Available as either a bracelet or a necklace, our tiny letter jewellery is hand-crafted from solid silver, 9ct rose, yellow or white gold for a small but mighty accessory. 

With letters only 4mm tall, the jewellery is dainty enough to wear everyday. Our goal was to make something that felt personalised, without being kitschy, and these tiny letters achieve just that. 

To make the look even more sentimental, we love pairing them with birthstone necklaces for a truly custom look and feel. 



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