The necklace has been the true breakout star of Love Island 2021

The islanders took a leaf out of Carrie Bradshaw's style book

Love Island 2021, Season 7: Millie Court
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As you Love Island fans out there will have noticed, the islanders aren't the only stars of this year's edition of the dating show. Let us introduce you to the show's sneaky breakout star—the necklace.

Several of the girls have been wearing gold, nameplate necklaces à la Carrie Bradshaw (just in time for the SATC reunion, might we add) and thanks to them, it’s sparked an all-out jewelry trend.

Islander Millie Court's Sagittarius necklace has become iconic (not always for happy reasons, sadly), as has Chloe’s Baby necklace—and thanks to Abbott Lyon you can personalize your very own, in rose gold, silver, or gold.

Love Island 2021, Season 7: Millie, Chloe, Mary and Clarisse

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There’s something about them that just looks so effortlessly cool. Your eye just goes straight for Millie’s Sagi necklace every time she graces our screen.

Maybe it’s seeing just how much the necklace means to her—we all felt the heartbreak when she thought it had broken—and betrayal when she gave it to Liam for Casa Amor, only for him to kiss Lillie. Either way, she's made us desperately want our own star sign necklace, and also every single one of her outfits, but that’s a story for another day…

Abbott and Lyon offer a range of gorgeous nameplate necklaces, with a choice of metals, and necklace width and length. 

All the necklaces are expertly handmade to order, they are nickel-free, and sweat and water-resistant. All the gold necklaces are made from luxury 18k gold plated stainless steel. The silver necklaces are made from premium sterling silver as are the rose gold necklaces, but with a rose plating.

Love Island 2021, Season 7: Chloe Burrows

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You can treat yourself to a signature style, nameplate necklace, which funnily enough is part of Ex-Islander Olivia Attwood’s collection. 

Your name or star sign will be written in a beautiful cursive, and you can even add your own birthstone to the necklace, making them completely unique to you.

Abbott Lyon, Signature Name Necklace ($84| £59)

This beautiful necklace comes in silver, rose gold and gold and gives you a choice of necklace style. You can also add your own birthstone pendant to the nameplate, for an extra bit of you.View Deal

The two most similar to Millie’s and Chloe’s are either the handwritten necklace, which is dainty and comes on a rope chain. Or the Editorial necklace, which is bolder and is in capitals.

Abbott Lyon, Sterling Silver Handwritten Name Necklace (  $101|£71.10)

Very similar to Chloe's Baby necklace—it's flattering and subtle and would make the perfect give for a friend. This necklace also allows you to add your birthstone.

We're obsessed with this one! View Deal

The Editorial style is more like Millie’s Sagi necklace. With this one you can also opt for one of three chains, small, curbed, or sphered. This necklace will elevate any outfit to Millie levels of chic, and edgy.

Abbott Lyon, Editorial Name Necklace ( $88|£62.10)

This necklace is just like Millie's and is even on sale right now! You have the choice of a small chain, curbed, or sphered and will make the perfect accessory for any outfit. View Deal

There’s also a necklace that lets you just have your birth date, so you can proudly display if you’re a Gen-Z or a Millennial. This piece also lets you choose from different chains and add your birthstone.

Abbott Lyon, Editorial Name Necklace ( $88|£62.10)

This necklace is also on sale right now, and lets you proudly display your birth date, or a date that is meaningful and special to you.View Deal

Each necklace is handmade and completely customizable, bear in mind they might take two to three weeks to arrive as they are handmade, but they’ll be worth the wait. 

Naomi Jamieson
Naomi Jamieson

Naomi is a trainee News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team. 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 fashion, wellbeing, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life and is training for an NCTJ Qualification. 

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.