Where you can buy Prue Leith’s glasses and necklaces

Take some accessory inspiration from the Bake Off judge and renowned chef.

Prue Leith

by Emily Thorpe |

When you think of Great British Bake Off's Prue Leith, it's likely that the first things that come to mind are her jazzy glasses and statement necklaces to compliment her colourful outfits. And if you've ever taken a fancy to her accessories when watching her on the telly, you may be wondering exactly where you can buy them.

Where to buy Prue Leith's necklaces

“Growing up in South Africa, I’ve always been used to strong, bold colours, and I’ve never been one to shy away from adornment,” says Prue. “My love affair with necklaces started over 50 years ago and they have been a consistent obsession. I have a story for every necklace.”

Prue has previously explained that while she has typically worn "jolly necklaces" made of plastic for years, she went on to fall in love with semi-precious stones, particularly the coloured polished stones of Lola Rose necklaces. This led her to approach the brand in hope of a collaboration. Prue soon got her wish and the Prue x Lola Rose collection was born in 2019.

"We’ve ended up with a collection of big bold and vibrant necklaces and bracelets, colourful drop earrings, stackable wristwear and bold pendants in a colour palette to suit every personality," the Bake Off judge explains.

While you can sadly no longer buy Prue's collection from Lola Rose, here are a few others we're sure she'd love...

Where to buy Prue Leith's glasses

If you fancy getting your hands on a pair of Prue's specs, she often wears ones from eyewear designer Kirk & Kirk.

In 2019, Prue also launched her own range of glasses with Ronit Furst. While you can't buy them online, the Prue by Ronit Furst collection is available in independent opticians across the UK and Ireland.

Talking about her love of glasses, Prue said: "I’m often asked how I can justify owning so many different glasses. I generally counter with ‘And how many handbags do you have? Or pairs of shoes? And where do they spend most of their time? On the floor, under the table, that’s where!’ Glasses are visible 100 per cent of the time, on your face."

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