How to Wear Daisy Jewellery
Updated: Jul 23
Daisy jewellery is a timeless and classic accessory that adds a touch of elegance to any outfit. Whether you opt for a delicate daisy necklace or a bold daisy bracelet, daisy flower jewellery is a beautiful way to express your individual style and femininity.
The Timelessness of Daisies
Daisies are some of the most popular flowers in the world. They are symbols of innocence, purity, optimism, and love. Throughout history, daisy jewellery has been a sign of affection, a reminder of special moments, and a symbol of peace. In the Victorian era, it was common for brides to wear daisy jewellery on their Wedding day to signify love, loyalty, and fidelity. During World War II, daisy jewellery was often given as a token to someone who was away from home to remind them of the beauty they could look forward to upon their return. Additionally, daisy jewellery is seen as an iconic symbol for young girls, as it represents all that is youthful, innocent and beautiful.
The Versatility of Daisy Jewellery
The versatility of Daisy jewellery is what makes it so appealing. Whether you’re looking for something delicate and dainty, or something bold and daring, there’s a piece of daisy jewellery that can fit the bill. From necklaces to rings and earrings to bracelets, the possibilities are endless when it comes to wearing daisy-inspired pieces. If you’re looking for a bold look, then you may opt for a necklace with large daisies or earrings with bright, vibrant colors. Alternatively, if you’re going for a more subtle look, then you can choose smaller daisies and softer colors.
How to Wear Daisy Jewellery
There are a few simple rules you should follow when wearing daisy jewellery. First, keep it light and delicate; a daisy pendant with a single daisy charm is a great choice for a subtle but sweet look. Secondly, pair your daisy jewellery with classic basics such as a white t-shirt and jeans or a little black dress. This will help you create a timeless, effortless look. Lastly, avoid wearing too many pieces at once. Too much of the same pattern can be overwhelming and will detract from the delicate beauty of the daisy design. Instead, choose a few pieces that you really love and wear them together for a gorgeous yet subtle effect.
Take a look at our top picks of daisy jewellery:
1. Half Moon Real Flower Necklace with Daisies
This Half Moon Real Flower Necklace is perfect for making a bold statement. Crafted in Sterling silver this necklace is handmade with real flowers!
Also available with other beautiful mini flowers, each flower is carefully picked & dried by master gardeners & placed in the resin to create this wonderful floral statement necklace.
2. The Daisy Meadow Necklace
This Daisy Meadow Necklace is a beautiful yet subtle way to add daisies to your outfit. The delicate gold plated sterling silver daisies have been carefully handcrafted to form this stunning contemporary 16" to 18" extender necklace, designed in Cornwall, UK.
Featuring a sweet gold plated bee sitting in a sterling silver daisy, this lovely bangle also has matching earrings and a pendant available.
Why Daisy Jewellery?
Daisy jewellery has long held a special place in the hearts of many due to its sentimental value. People often associate daisies with optimism, joy, and hope. As such, they are the perfect token to show someone that you are thinking about them and hold them in your thoughts. In addition to being a source of comfort, daisy jewellery can also be a reminder that life will eventually get better no matter how challenging the circumstances are.
Whether it is a small silver daisy necklace, a pair of daisy earrings, or a flower bracelet, having a physical reminder of one’s sentiment can be incredibly meaningful. This sentimentality can make giving and receiving daisy jewellery even more special, making it a popular choice for gifts. Its timeless beauty makes it appropriate for all kinds of occasions, such as graduations, birthdays, anniversaries, and more.
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