I would be delighted to see her in some of these trinkets I’ve chosen.
Mappin & Webb Pink Freshwater Pearl Earrings- £150
This would be the perfect fit: we know how much the Duchess loves pearls, and pearl studs would be a terrific way for her to ease pink tones into her jewelry collection. They’re tiny enough to not deluge her conservative outfits but still remain whimsical and cute.
Tiffany and Co. Elsa Peretti Cross Pendant in 18k Rose Gold- $800
We already know that Kate isn’t opposed to wearing crosses. This cross necklace features an unconventional reimaging of the Christian symbol. The arms of the cross are slightly plump, almost in a cartoonish way. It’s unadorned and at 12mm, quite discreet.
Tiffany and Co. Paloma Picasso Olive Leaf Pendant- $1,050
This is a little more intricate than Kate is used to, but I still see it working for her. It’s a beautiful blush rose gold pendant shaped to resemble a cluster of olive leaves. It works with Kate’s love of nature themed jewelry and underscores her affinity for the outdoors.
Tiffany and Co. Atlas Pierced Pendant in 18k Rose Gold- $800
Kate has some experience with sailing, so why not incorporate that pastime into her jewelry? This minimal and sparkling pendant features Roman numerals and four small white diamonds. It would even work with something other than a pink outfit because it’s so small and understated.
Boodles London Blossom Rose Gold Diamond Stud Earrings-£1,200
Kate twice attended the Boodles Boxing Ball: in 2006 and 2008. I think it would be appropriate for her to wear something from this well-established British brand (it was founded in 1798). These winsome studs would look so pretty on Kate. They’re set with white diamonds and made of 18k rose gold. I can see her alternating these with the Kiki morganite drops, and they would look excellent with her hair pulled up or back.
If you can think of a pink jewelry item Kate would look nice in, show it to me in the comments below.