Wearing | Mama & Little Teething Jewellery

Wearing | Mama & Little Teething Jewellery | From City To Suburbs

WEARING a chewable necklace! I love to accessorise. Before baby, I would always have a statement necklace from COS or Oliver Bonus hanging from my neck. Perfect with my stripey uniform, not so perfect for little hands and mouths! Post baby, I am delighted to find some teething jewellery that I actually want to wear. I can still indulge in my love of stylish necklaces and not have to worry about Arlo trying to grab and chew.

I discovered Mama & Little before I was pregnant. A friend introduced me to the brand when I complimented her on her cool, quirky necklace. I had no idea it was a teething necklace!

Mama and Little necklaces are unique compared with much of the teething jewellery on the market right now. Both functional and stylish, their accessories are really practical and durable too. Each necklace features a break away safety clasp and all beads are made from super soft, food grade silicone, safe enough for a teething baby to touch, chew and pull on. The necklaces are easily cleaned with soapy water or in the dishwasher great to get rid of any milky smells.Wearing | Mama & Little Teething Jewellery | From City To SuburbsWearing | Mama & Little Teething Jewellery | From City To SuburbsEach necklace comes beautifully wrapped in it’s own little canvas storage bag, making a lovely gift for a new or expectant mum or just a wee treat to yourself.

I love the modern geometric beads and not so common colour ways. My favourite is the Teresa necklace with it’s unusual combination of olive, peach, ercu, beige and teal hexagonal beads. I’ve had so many compliments when wearing the eye-catching piece, again everyone really surprised that it’s a teething necklace. Arlo is a big fan too, which makes me a happy mama.

Are you a mama? Did you still wear jewellery with baby? If not, don’t you think these look pretty damn stylish anyway?

P.S. Mama Wardrobe | Breton Stripes and Admiring | Clarks Sandals

 

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