The Itsy Bitsy Collection was conjured up due to my love affair with all things tiny and miniature. The people that know me in person, know that anything that comes in tiny form, in my eyes instantly becomes cuter and more interesting. I have the same views in regards to jewellery, I prefer understated pieces that make people look twice at that little bit of shine hanging from your neck...
When most of us think about jewellery, we tend to think of semi precious materials. That of silver, gold and now the ever so popular rose gold seem to grace the arms, necks, ears and hands of pretty much everyone around us. It's safe to say that semi precious materials have and always will be the preferred option for jewellery, not only because of its look but also longevity.
However despite this alternative materials have seen a rise in popularity.
Long Gone are the days your granny would be the only one rocking up to Sunday lunch in her best pearls and as spring rolls around (slowly we'll admit) here at HUTCH London we're taking a look at one of the jewellery trends that are transforming the way we look at the pearl. Now we're not talking about your classic round pearl, as beautiful as they are, they can appear a little dated and reminiscent as mentioned before, something that your grandmother would wear.