The affordable jewellery brand celebs can’t get enough of

Finding a nice, affordable jewellery brand is never an easy task. However, somewhere between the purse-denting Tiffany bracelets and budget high street earrings lies a happy medium called Missoma – a brand that perfectly combines style, quality and reasonable price tags. Just ask the A-listers…

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Founded in London, the brand has a cult celebrity following. In fact, it has become known as a go-to for Meghan Markle, who has been spotted wearing several Missoma items during her many royal engagements. Most notably, she sported the brand’s gorgeous £45 Interstellar Ring while visiting Scotland with Prince Harry earlier this year. Another one of her favourites include the £115 personalised bar necklace with an inset diamond. And she isn’t the only one who can’t get enough of the brand.

This Morning star Holly Willoughby took a leaf out of the Duchess of Sussex’s book when she introduced Missoma to her every day wardrobe (as seen on her daily outfit of the day posts on Instagram, of course), regularly wearing their necklaces. Margot Robbie is another big fan, having been spotted layering up pieces from the brand’s collaboration with influencer Lucy Williams, both on the red carpet and off duty.

Just this week, Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner was seen layered up in Missoma’s Roman Arc NecklaceGold Leaf Choker and Malachite Necklace while attending her new sister-in-law Priyanka Chopra’s 36th birthday with fiancé Joe Jonas. So it’s safe to say it’s got the Hollywood stamp of approval.

 

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Speaking to Marie Claire, the brand’s founder Marisa Horden said: ‘Over the years we have built up quite an amazing and varied group of women who wear Missoma in their own way, playing with their pieces and interpreting them with their own style.’

‘It’s one of the joys of fashion, seeing how people wear your designs. We have slowly made a name for ourselves as your perfect ‘every-day’ jewellery brand, and any Missoma owner knows, once you put it on, you’re hard-pushed to take it off.’