Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day Jewellery

Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day Jewellery

Whether you're looking for a meaningful gift for a loved one or accessories to wear on a Valentine's Day date; jewellery is a go-to classic that never misses. It's even more special when it's sustainably-made and eco-friendly.

If you're shopping for a thoughtful gift, buying jewellery that is produced responsibly in small batches using fair labour and sustainable environmental practices is a surefire way to impress.

As with any purchase, it's important to shop in a sustainable way. That means buying eco-friendly jewellery made to last. This ensures you're buying someone something they will love to wear, and will last forever.

Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day Jewellery

Jewellery is incredibly personal. When there's so much choice it can be difficult to make a decision - especially when buying for someone else. Our top tip is to focus on the metal and style so that it matches their (or your) existing collection.

The following are some of the best sustainable and eco-friendly jewellery for Valentine's Day in 2023, from matching sets to mix and match jewellery. Whether your recipient likes timeless minimal jewellery or a more unique statement piece; or you're treating yourself to some new jewellery to match your date night outfit, we have lots of inspiration.

Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day Jewellery

Most Gifted Jewellery

Picking which jewellery to gift someone can be rather tricky. There's all kinds of things to consider, from what metal they wear, to what style they prefer. Not to mention getting the sizing right is difficult without asking...

We have some useful jewellery gifting tips from jewellery sizing to deciding which style to go for. Struggling to choose? Shop the best sellers. These jewellery pieces never fail to impress.

Matching Jewellery Sets

You've got to be careful with matching jewellery sets as they can feel old fashioned and outdated. Pick the right combination though and it makes every outfit shine, whether it's being worn to the office or a first date.

A well-chosen matching jewellery set with a necklace an co-ordinating earrings or rings can be easily mixed into an existing jewellery collection. This provides lots of new ways to style not only the new jewellery but the old pieces too.

Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day Jewellery

Diamond Jewellery

Classic Valentine's Day jewellery often features diamonds. However, mined diamonds are never ethical and cause massive destruction of the planet. A better alternative is simulated or synthesized stones, like cubic zirconia jewellery.

These stones replicate mined diamonds in both style and quality, being both flawless and durable, just like the "real" thing - without the unethical mining practices. Plus they're much more affordable too!

Gemstone Jewellery

A cute alternative to name necklaces, that is just as unique and personal, feature gemstones, crystals, or birthstones. If you know when someone was born, a birthstone necklace makes a meaningful gift perfect for Valentine's Day.

Crystal necklaces are another thoughtful option to consider. These natural stones are perfect for layering with other necklaces, making them a versatile piece that can be worn with any outfit.

Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day Jewellery

Jewellery Storage

If your loved one has a few favourite pieces they never take off, or perhaps a few too many accessories and nowhere to store them... A better gift is a storage solution to help keep jewellery safe and organised.

Opt for jewellery storage that is compact, lightweight, and portable. It'll provide a safe place to store jewellery at home, as well as keeping it safe while travelling. It's a thoughtful gift and the perfect accessory for anyone who loves jewellery.

Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day Jewellery

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Written by Sophie Davies

Sophie is a freelance writer and full-time jeweller. She has been writing about simple living and sustainability for over ten years; exploring simple living, sustainable style, and slow travel. She writes for a variety of brands and publications as well as her personal blog, A Considered Life.

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