We’re obsessed with Missoma’s new astrology collection
Show your birthstone and star sign in all its celestial glory
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Star signs can tell us everything we need to know about our compatibility with others, and even help us understand ourselves better. They can describe us down to a T, which is why owning your sign proudly can not only empower you but also likely attract fellow compatible signs. And what better way to show off your zodiac sign than literally wearing it on your chest.
With Scorpio Season in full swing and our November horoscope pointing to changes and some unexpected surprises, it may be a comfort to carry your star sign with you at all times—and thanks to Missoma, now you can. The purveyors of covetable jewelry—it's where our quest to find the best huggie earrings started—have just dropped a new dreamy astrology collection and we are obsessed.
- Everything you need to know about your astrological birth chart
- What is my moon sign? Here's the scoop on your celestial details
- What is my rising sign? Everything astrologers want you to know
The Zodiac Constellation collection (opens in new tab) features three beautiful 18-carat gold plated necklaces, that feature either your star sign or birthstone. All necklaces come on an adjustable 450mm chain and are also handcrafted with recycled metal elements. Even better, the brand has announced that this Black Friday, they are offering 25% off pieces.
Missoma, Zodiac Constellation Pendant Necklace ($162 (opens in new tab) | £125 (opens in new tab))
A jewelry must-have for any astrology lover. This necklace lets you keep your Zodiac close to your heart at all times.
The Zodiac Constellation pendant necklace has a delicate ring-shaped pendant with each star constellation across it, with white cubic Zirconia stones to represent each star in your zodiac constellation.
Missoma, Engravable Birthstone Star Ridge Pendant Necklace ($127 (opens in new tab) | £98 (opens in new tab))
The second necklace in the collection is an engravable, square, ridged pendant featuring your birthstone in the middle of a star shape. You can choose yours, or perhaps someone else's that means a lot to you, and get it engraved for free.
Missoma, Birthstone Pendant Necklace ($123 (opens in new tab) | £92 (opens in new tab))
The third necklace has your stone in a circle pendant sitting in the middle of an engraved star. It’s the perfect minimal necklace for every day and falls perfectly in the middle of your decolletage.
It features a few different stones and colors to the engravable pendant—so if you choose to buy the whole collection, each birthstone necklace will be slightly different, so you can wear them together or switch them out depending on your mood.
What is my birthstone?
If you’re unsure of your birthstone, Missoma has handily listed them all for ease:
- January - Garnet
- February - Amethyst
- March - Dyed Aqua Chalcedony
- April - Natural Crystal
- May - Dyed Green Chalcedony
- June - Rainbow Moonstone
- July - Pink Opal
- August - Natural Peridot
- September - Lapis
- October - Natural Pink Tourmaline
- November - Natural Citrine
- December - Dyed Turquoise Magnesite
These necklaces are the perfect self-care gift if the seasons are getting you down, and the perfect gift for any astrology fan in your life. But be quick—they’re selling fast!
Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team and has recently earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on beauty, trends, fashion, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life. She also tests and reviews beauty and skincare products and tries out the latest TikTok hacks for My Imperfect Life.
Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.
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