Recently three more lovely bloggers have been spotted loving Muru jewellery and we love how they’ve been styling their favourites. This week it’s Mary from Strikeapose, Megan from Pages by Megan and Kelly from The London Chatter.


We love Mary’s blogpost showcasing her favourite Muru jewellery – our autumnal Tiny Acorn and Oak Leaf necklaces in gold vermeil. This is what she had to say about the pieces:

The necklaces are designed so that one can be worn longer than the other and the symbolic meanings of the pieces are really sweet and work so well together. The acorn is tiny and means “talisman of new beginnings, the acorn is an emblem of prosperity and new beginnings – bringing you luck with new adventures.” The oak leaf paired with it looks amazing and means “talisman for strength, the oak leaf is a symbol of honour and strength of character – reminding us that no challenge is too great.”

“Muru’s dainty jewellery comes in Rose Gold, Silver and Gold and although my usual choice and the rest of my jewellery collection is silver I chose gold as I thought it was a great Autumn colour. These are my favourite pieces of autumn jewellery, they are so beautiful and so well made. The packaging and detail with this is such high quality, if you are stuck for Christmas presents this year check them out and you won’t be disappointed.”



Megan teamed her rose gold vermeil acorn necklace with her autumnal bottle green outfit. We think the delicate jewellery works perfectly with this look – it’s effortless and super-stylish!

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Kelly from the London Chatter ran an Instagram competition featuring her favourite necklace – our Eternity Dreamcatcher. We love how she teamed the gold pendant with a cobalt blue scarf – a perfect combo! Good luck if you entered her competition! Here’s what she had to say:

“I love wearing my long, gold vermeil Dreamcatcher Eternity Necklace by Muru, a London based jewellery company which draws inspiration from exotic cultures and mythologies.  I usually layer my Dreamcatcher, traditionally used by Native American tribes who believed the symbol to trap negative energy and help you achieve your dreams, with other favourites.”

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