Mama Style: Nibbling Jewellery

It’s safe to say that in the (almost) 3 years that I have been a mum, my style has totally changed. If you were to look back at old photos, you’d see that I was always wearing dangly earrings, pretty necklaces and funky bracelets. As any mum knows, costume and fine jewellery become a no-no once you have babies, because babies like to pull and tug and chew on pretty, dangly things. Well, not any more! With Nibbling’s fabulous range of baby-safe jewellery I no longer need to compromise. I can wear fashionable jewellery and it is safe for my baby to play with!

nibbling teething necklace review

Nibbling is a new brand of baby-safe jewellery designed right here in London. The range includes bracelets, necklaces, teethers and dummy clips, all made with 100% silicone which means they are perfectly safe for little ones. The jewellery is available in a huge range of shapes and gorgeous colours, and the soft silicone beads are ideal for babies to hold, chew and play with. All of Nibbling’s jewellery is free from BPA, phthalates, and heavy metals. They’re also dishwasher safe, and can be popped in a steam steriliser.

nibbling teething necklace giveaway

I was sent a Nibbling Victoria teething necklace* in navy, which happens to be my favourite colour to wear! The necklace is made of fifty identical round silicone beads and is held together with a clasp that comes apart when tugged. It is the perfect finishing touch to many of my outfits, making me look and feel that little bit more “done”. It can be worn alone or mixed and matched with other jewellery in the range. I love it as it is, I think it is a classic look.

nibbling teething jewellery

As Nibbling jewellery is completely safe for little ones to chew on it is perfect for Baby J who is teething at the moment. The soft beads are giving his poorly gums some blessed relief! It is also an ideal fiddle necklace for when he is nursing. We have reached that fidgety, fussy, let-me-pull-your-hair-and-put-my-fingers-up-your-nose stage of breastfeeding so the necklace is a great distraction and keeps him focused on the task at hand!

nibbling teething jewellery review

Nibbling is such a clever idea. I get to wear gorgeous jewellery and my little one is allowed to chew and play with it! To add a pop of colour to your outfit or find the perfect gift for a new mum, head over to the Nibbling website where you can see their full range. For a chance to win your own Nibbling Victoria necklace click here!

Has becoming a mum changed your style?

*PR sample


  1. Yes, I now live in leggings and baggy tops :(

  2. I've heard of these and think they are fabulous! This would have been useful when Sylvia was a baby as she used to grab my earings all the time!

    Angela from daysinbed

  3. Absolutely being a mum has changed my style! Now I'm all about comfort and practical style.

  4. I love these, I found my necklace similar to this so useful when Boo fed more in the day. This one looks amazing =)

  5. I always wanted to try teething jewellery with Oscar, but I could never find any I liked. This necklace is absolutely gorgeous. I would definitely wear it :D

    Louise x

  6. These look fab! I could definitely do with something like this now Noah is in full on teething mode! This one looks fab on you, it goes so well with your top! xx

  7. Aw I love this necklace! I will keep it in mind for when I've had baby girl :) xx

  8. These are such lovely photos and the necklace looks great. I never tried any teething jewellery with my babies but I can see why it's so useful x

  9. I love the idea of these. Not only does your baby have something to chew on but they look so pretty too x

  10. I am happy to hear that there is such a beautiful jewelry that is safe for your babies and toddlers. I am really impress that you can sterilize them or that they will survive dishwasher. wow. Really good idea!

  11. I used teething jewellery with my son and he loved it, especially the necklace. That Nibbling one looks great and super stylish too, I love how it goes with your top :)


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