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Colourful jewellery designs to wear in celebration of Pride Month

Pride Month may not be the same this year, but there’s still plenty of ways to get into the spirit of celebration.

From rainbow necklaces to stacking rings embellished with an array of precious gemstones, jewellery brands are now offering a plethora of colourful designs that you can express yourself with. Not only will you be able to show off your pride with them, you’ll also be staying right on trend: both stacking rings and rainbow jewellery will be a hit this summer.

Besides, these jewels will be a fun break from the monotony of silver and gold jewellery that you’re used to wearing everyday. Below, we round up all the vibrant designs to adorn yourself with this June and beyond.

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Header photo credit: Bulgari

Nothing will communicate your pride better than this design from Swarovski’s Sparkling Dance collection. The gold-toned plated necklace features a rainbow pendant, adorned with bright gemstones in red, blue, green and yellow. Get one for yourself, or as a gift for a loved one to light up their day.

(Photo credit: Swarovski)


With variations featuring rubies, tsavorites, blue and pink sapphires, Tiffany & Co.’s Novo Horizon rings are perfect if you’re looking for something versatile. Each ring features a modern, slender band of micro-pavé-set diamonds, and is centred with a glittering gemstone. You can get one in each colour and stack them however you like.

(Photo credit: Tiffany & Co.)

Dior’s Rose des Vents collection revolves around Christian Dior’s lucky symbol: the eight-pointed star. The motif appears all across this lavish necklace on its various medallions made of lapis lazuli, malachite, turquoise, onyx, tiger’s eye cornelian and pink opal. With a necklace crafted with this many lucky charms and gemstones, you’ll definitely spread some good vibes wearing it.

(Photo credit: Dior)

This year, Piaget’s playful Possession collection sees a new addition: its signature 18k rose gold open bangle now comes embellished with carnelian stones. That means you can wear it with the rest of the colourful bracelets already available, such the ones featuring turquoise, malachite, onyx and lapis lazuli, for a glittering statement of inclusivity.

(Photo credit: Piaget)

Gucci, a champion of diversity and inclusivity, naturally offers designs that are perfect for occasions celebrating them. Like the Icon ring, which also comes in black. The zirconia ring is lined with 18k yellow gold and dotted with the brand’s beloved symbols such as the bee and the star. They sit side by side with an array of topaz stones in red, honey, pink and green.

(Photo credit: Gucci)

While Bulgari’s Cinemagia collection was made as an ode to cinema, its vibrant designs make for brilliant Pride Month accessories. One example is this extravagant Fairy Wings necklace, made of rose gold and embellished with eight stunning gems: topaz, rubellit, citrine quartz, amethyst, pink morganite, iolite, green quartz and apatite.

(Photo credit: Bulgari)

If you’re picky, Fred’s customisable Force 10 bracelet gives you the freedom to decide what your accessory should look like. For obvious reasons, we recommend selecting the white gold buckle adorned with a rainbow of coloured gemstones. You can also choose from an array of colourful bracelet straps, including shades like neon pink, yellow, red, emerald and many more.

(Photo credit: Fred)

Colourful jewellery designs to wear in celebration of Pride Month

Pameyla Cambe

Senior Writer

Pameyla Cambe is a fashion and jewellery writer who believes that style and substance shouldn't be mutually exclusive. She makes sense of the world through Gothic novels, horror films and music. Lots of music.

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