Stunning Poppy Buys For Remembrance Day

Want to show your support for the brave men and women in our armed forces, but aren’t sure where to find a beautiful brooch, like the one worn by The Duchess of Cambridge?

We’ve collated the best buys in aid of the Royal British Legion and HTW Support, who help the serving and ex-Service community and their families. Show your supprt this year with our pick of the best poppy pieces…

Poppy Brooch, £25

Here’s a poppy to wear with pride – this year’s official brooch, designed by Buckley, comes hand-crafted with sparkling siam red crystals and finished with delicate olivine green crystal leaves. It also has a sentimental message of ‘Lest We Forget’ engraved on the back.

Somme 1916 Poppy Lapel Pin, £39.99


This lapel pin is crafted out of solid brass and commemorates British lives lost on the first day of the Battle of the Somme.

Poppy Collection Heart Drop Earrings, £14.99

Designed by Buckley London these beautiful silver drop earrings feature lots of tiny poppies in ruby red enamel. These delicate earrings are incredibly unique and will make the perfect finishing touch to any outfit.

Scattered Poppy Folding Umbrella, £17.99

This poppy umbrella is perfect for the unpredictable British weather and this is a must-have item for poppy supporters all year round.

Poppy Pendant, £209

Welsh brand Clogau have launched a new range of gold jewellery, including this poppy pendant. An elegant alternative to the traditional brooch. All purchases from Clogau’s range support Welsh charity HTW Support, who help raise money for veterans and their families.

Poppy Stud Earring, £189

Can’t get enough of Clogau’s beautiful range? Nor can we – these poppy stud earrings, capture the beauty of the traditional flower.

Poppy Juco Shopper, £4.99

Donate to the Royal British Legion and be environmentally friendly with this handy Poppy Juco Shopper bag.

Swing Dress, £39.99

Show your support with a bold poppy print, like the one featured on this delightful swing dress.

Remembrance Sunday is on Sunday 13th November 2016. Find out more about the Poppy Appeal on the Royal British Legion website.

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