Accessorising with affordable diamonds

If you’re like me, when you think of diamonds you’ll probably think of how expensive they are. However, owning a diamond doesn’t need to cost the earth. There are plenty of affordable diamonds which are are perfect for accessorising even the simplest of outfits. The addition of a beautiful piece of jewellery can completely change the look of an entire outfit.

There are many options available, including diamond necklaces, rings and earrings. Regardless of how you opt to wear them, diamonds always look beautiful.



I think there’s something extremely delicate about seeing a sparkling diamond necklace hanging from the neck of a woman. There are so many styles available, from solitaire diamond pendants to intricately shaped designs or memory holding lockets, there’s a style for everyone.


I love simple, understated diamond earrings. I think diamond earrings are the perfect accessory to finish off an outfit. Whether it’s sophisticated hoops or classic and timeless studs, diamond earrings are definitely a girls best friend. The clear colour of the stone means they can be worn with anything, in both a casual or formal environment.


I personally own three diamond rings, my Wedding ring, Engagement ring and Eternity ring. I love how they twinkle in the light and catch peoples attention.

Diamond rings are so versatile and can be worn for any occasion. As diamonds come in a variety of colours, including blue, grey, white, yellow, red, pink, purple, brown and black the look on a hand can look so different. The coloured diamonds contain interstitial impurities or structural defects  which is what causes the different colours. Pure diamonds are colourless and completely transparent and are the only type I own. I do love the coloured stones though, especially pink and blue, they’re so eye catching in a ring setting.

Each of the jewellery items above cost less than £100, so there are plenty of options available. Either treat yourself or pick out a beautiful gift for Mothers Day on Sunday 26th March.

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Photographs courtesy of F Hinds website


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