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WE WON! Emerging Jewellery Brand of the Year!

WE WON! Emerging Jewellery Brand of the Year!

We are delighted to announce that Scream Pretty has won 'Emerging Jewellery Brand of the Year 2020' voted for by industry professionals at Retail Jeweller Magazine.

These awards were presented over Zoom, by video link (very 2020) but the squeals of delight could be heard for miles.

We have worked hard through a difficult year, and continued to design, gorgeous, addictive jewellery, that you love. Awards make us happy. But happy customers wearing our cool, ethical pieces makes us even more happy.

Thank you to every single customer, Instagram follower, support of every kind. We really do appreciate it......

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As Seen On....

As Seen On....

Scream Pretty Australian jewellery is finding its way onto the bods of some very hot celebs across the Nation and waay beyond; Actresses, writers, bloggers, influencers, make-up artists, activists, entrepreneurs and more. Strong, stylish women, each and everyone. Tag us on Instagram @screamprettyaustralia. We LOVE to see all of you in our pieces.

LENA DUNHAM Scream Pretty JewelleryTegan Phillipa Scream Pretty Jewellery    Hannah Martin Makeup Scream Pretty JewelleryZoe Sugg Scream Pretty Jewellery         Lisa Potter Dixon Scream Pretty Jewellery   

REX ADAMS model Scream Pretty Jewellery
Sammi Jeafcoate Scream Pretty JewellleryDress Like a Mum Scream Pretty Jewellery   Alice Catherine Scream Pretty Jewellery Jodie Whittaker Scream Pretty Jewellery


Kitty Luxe Scream Pretty Jewellery   
Gina Martin Activist Scream Pretty Jewellery
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What is a 'Curated Ear'? And how do I get one?

What is a 'Curated Ear'? And how do I get one?

The curated ear is the trend for multiple ear piercings filled with a mix of huggie hoops, tiny studs, hoops and singles. In fact anything goes...the more ear candy the better. It's an Ear Party!

Scream Pretty have embraced this trend with a selection of our own mismatched studs and a growing collection of huggie hoops, singles and larger hoops.

Sophie Quy, buyer of fine jewellery at NET-A-PORTER says 'Pioneered by designers like Maria Tash, Anita Ko, and Yvonne Léon, there's no doubting that piercing is huge. This trend has led us to see a lot more single earrings, and earrings that can be worn alone or in multiples to create a beautiful delicate curated assortment in and around the ear.'

Maria Tash was the front runner of the tiny earring, multiple piercing trend, but it's been a runaway success with celebrities and fashion gurus, and now more and more of us are experimenting with extra piercings and diverse earring collections.



To create your own curated ear, first forget everything you ever knew about jewellery 'rules'. Earrings shouldn't be a pair, mismatched colours are fine, one shoulder grazing chandelier earring balanced with one tiny earring. Nailed it! Why not even try a long chain drop stud and a huggie hoop in your helix piercing (upper ear)

 A “curated ear” is for the woman who wants to show off her individuality, and bravery (some of these piercings hurt!) . The new rules of jewellery, be brave be different and have fun.

Heartbeat mismatched studs by Scream Pretty


Follow us on Insta to see more and show us how you wear your curated ear just  #screamprettyonme

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Single Earring Trend Alert - All the things about Single Earrings.

Single Earring Trend Alert - All the things about Single Earrings.

It's THE earring trend right NOW. The Single earring trend. A mixy matchy world of jewellery and we LOVE it. Why? It's a mix of nostalgia for some & retro appreciation for others. For everyone this trend evokes a punky rebellious attitude; a signal that you’re forging your own path. Some remember the thrill of leafing through Teen Mags and seeing 80's icons smash out of the norm with a sexy punk look that blew our adolescent minds.

Queen Madonna of SASSland ruled this look in the early 80's. The Single cross hoop earring was her signature piece. Instantly this look became iconic and the earring, a style classic

By '87, the boys were getting in on this trend. George Michael stole Madonna's style, added designer stubble and a Motorcycle jacket to create an image that came to define his life.

Next came an avalanche of 80's heart-throbs wearing the Single Earring trend. Johnny Depp & Rob Lowe amongst others wore their Single Cross (or Tusk) to prove they were edgy, bad boys. ALL the girls just wanted to have fun with them.

At the very end of the 80's the Single Earring trend enjoyed its final hurrah with an epic display of Statement Single by Janet Jackson and her Rhythm Nation. Her Single Key Hoop Earring hit all the right notes.

But then, the 90's decided to leave the trend in the past. An odd appearance of a single feather earring did occur but HUGE hoops, chandelier earrings and chokers RULED this decade. The noughties decorated itself with all the 'bling bling'. Ice ruled the jewellery roost & then Carrie Bradshaw wore her Name necklace #instantclassic

By the early 2010's, huge hoops were too ghetto and bling stopped being a thing. On a new wave of post-post-punk anti-establishment sentiment, the Single Earring trend began to re-emerge. Then, Hermione, er, sorry Emma Watson walked the red carpet in 2014 rocking leather, a punky attitude and a Single Earring. Cue audible gasps from fashionistas across the globe.

The trend was reborn. By 2017, the couture catwalks were awash with Single earrings. Fashion Darlings such as Tibi and Mary Katrantzou paraded huge statement single earrings.

 And then the boy with the Pearl Earring, Harry Styles completed the Trend Cycle's full 360 turn with this sassy style statement.

The Single Earring Trend is BAAACK and we are OBSESSED.

Scream Pretty Australia's world of single earrings expands every week. We have Chain Pearl Drop Singles aka Emma W, lightning bolts, clam shells, shooting stars.... 


Turquoise Spikes, Mix Tapes.....


and of course, the Classic Cross

All these charming charm options hang from a classic high-quality, high-gloss huggie hoop made from 18ct Gold or Solid Sterling Silver. Scream Pretty is THE one-stop shop for the Single Earring trend and we feel prety damn smug about that. Watch this space for even more very sooooon.

Be Seen. Be Heard⚡️

SCREAM Pretty⚡️


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Your SS19/20 Jewellery Trend report

Your SS19/20 Jewellery Trend report

What you're wearing, will be wearing and WANT to wear. 

Pretty Piercings

Hands up who got a new piercing this year?  My daith finally healed and I just treated myself to a triangular trio of 3 close set piercings in my lobe that I'm planning to wear teeny sparkles in like a little constellation. The SS19 curated ear continues to evolve as an opportunity for individual expression. Whilst pear diamond studs at 5k a throw from a celebrity piercer are out of most budgets you can create your personal luxe look from a democratically priced $60 in sterling silver and 18ct Gold plate.

We've re-imagined the old-skool 80's round gold stud in a set of three, (live soon) graduated in size, for placing strategically across your piercings.

Scream Pretty Curated Ear

Silver ROCKS

Gold is still Queen of the precious metals. I personally am an all gold kinda gal, who only recently felt like mixing my metals. However the ALL silver vibe is a look to reflect upon. Srsly. One of our very fave influencers aka @teganphillipa ROCKS the look to perfection. She's SASSY, stylish and has some seriously empowering thing to say. In a sea of plastic fantastic Aussie influencers, Tegan is a breath of silvery fresh air. Check out her feed NOW.


Image above courtesy of @teganphillipa


The Motif Hoop Earring

Maybe its the promise of festivals and entire weekends barefoot on the beach eating burgers but we are vibing on FUN. Fun huggie hoops to be exact. We dare the world not to smile when they see full red lips or dinosaurs on the side of your face. It's a public service really.

  Red Lip Huggie Hoop Earrings

Gold dinosaur Huggie Hoop Earrings

What's NEW?

We've designed 3 new Coin Pendants for SS20 on a Heads or Tails theme (with.a bit of cheek). The booty inspiration for this piece came from a painting by 19th Century Swiss artist Felix Vallotton. A gorgeous statement piece with pleasing weight and 2D buttocks (how often d'you get to say that?) that will layer dramatically with longer fine chains and chunkier chain profiles.

Heads or Tails Coin Pendant
Heads or Tails Coin Pendant
Heads or Tails double sided Coin Pendant

(We like Big Butts and We Cannot Lie)

Rings on every Finger

This trend has been swirling around ever since Johnny Depp ROCKED the look. A less Piratey look has developed recently (thank da Lord) with delicate, sparkly bands and chunky statement Signet rings flashing all over dem fingers. 


Lion Head Signet ring in recycled silver

(If you like it then ya should put loads of rings on it)

Scream Pretty Rings

So there we are, some highlights from SS19, and teeny sneak peak of some designs that aren't even live yet ...

Our next blog will cover the pressing seasonal issues of party sparkle, gifting and even (if we can dare to imagine the sartorial flavours of 2020) cast our eye into the future, jewellery trends wise.

Your AW19/20 Jewellery Trend report

Keep Cool you beauties x Polly & Jessica x

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How to wear Ear Cuffs - a quick guide

How to wear Ear Cuffs - a quick guide

If you are new to ear cuffs, here is a quick guide to putting them on, and styling them as part of a curated ear. The best thing about ear cuffs, anyone can wear them, as you don't require piercings!

Step one - Slide Ear Cuff onto upper ear.

How to wear Ear Cuffs

Find the thinnest section of cartilage on the upper ear, pull outwards to flatten slightly. Slip the ear cuff onto the ear at this point.

One side of the cuff should sit on the front of the ear, the other behind the ear.

Scream Pretty ear cuffs should not be squeezed onto the ear - the opening on the fixed shape ear cuff should fit all ears.

TIP - use a mirror for the first few times until you get the feel for it.

Step two - Position the Ear Cuff

How to wear ear cuffs

Once the cuff is comfortably on the ear, rotate inwards and slide downwards towards your lobe, it will natural find a comfortable nook to sit on your ear.

The ear cuff will be positioned midway along the outer rim of your ear, just above the earlobe.

Step three - Check the fit of the Ear Cuff.

How to wear Ear Cuffs

Give the ear cuff a small tug outwards. If it is fitted correctly it wont come off!

Step four - Styling your ear Ear Cuff

How to wear Ear CuffsHow to wear Ear CuffsHow to wear Ear Cuffs

The curated ear trend - is made for ear cuffs. Stack multiple ear cuffs together for impact. Match up with tiny studs or hoops for an everyday look. Get creative, you can even wear ear cuffs on the lobe!

Ear Cuff Stack Scream PrettyOpal Ear Cuff Scream PrettyAudrey Ear Cuff by Scream Pretty

Step Five - Removing an Ear Cuff

How to wear Ear CuffsTo remove your ear cuff, hold your ear, and flatten the cartilage just above the lobe, rock the cuff up and over the 'bump' of cartilage and it should just slip off!

NB: Our slim sparkling ear cuffs are delicate pieces of jewellery and fitting them correctly will ensure they don't get damaged or bent. The opening is big enough to slip on most ears if fitted as above

Scream Pretty Ear Cuffs





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Incredible Women: Scream Pretty's Spring Shoutout

Incredible Women: Scream Pretty's Spring Shoutout
Spring Shout Out! These incredible women offer style inspirations and SO MUCH more. Including Zoe Sugg; Vlogger Extraordinaire and Gina Martin, Activist - these utter babes (pictured here in their Scream Pretty jewels) have inspired us to laugh, think, time travel, embrace our curves and even dare to wear neon eyeliner.  Continue reading

Mid Season '19 Jewellery Trends

Mid Season '19 Jewellery Trends
7 hot jewellery trends to consider this SS19. Chances are you're already working several of them, but should you fancy working a few twists into your personal look book, then ladies, here are metallic answers to those dreams...... Continue reading
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