Missoma's sell-out jewellery advent calendar is back in stock

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Missoma jewellery is loved by literally everyone. And we mean everyone: Meghan Markle, Cindy Crawford, Margot Robbie, Poppy Delevingne, Gigi Hadid, Sophie Turner and Kate Middleton are all fans.

So last year, when the brand dropped a jewellery advent calendar, we felt like Christmas had come early. Of course, it wasn't long before the piece sold out, and this year is set to be similar (especially given the hype), with the calendar featuring 18ct gold vermeil.

The set counts down the 12 days to Christmas, and would make a perfect festive gift. And, unlike your average chocolate calendar, those 12 doors contain some seriously luxurious treats. The calendar is filled with the brand's best-selling jewellery (including the Mini Spike Charm Hoops and Gold Bobble Chain Anklet) and, together, the goodies are worth over £800 - wayyyy more than the £395 price tag.

This calendar has been hotly anticipated for months so, just like the beauty version, we doubt it will be hanging around for long. If you want to celebrate Christmas in style with Missoma's luxe AF calendar, you might also be interested to know that the jewellery brand has also dropped some boujie crackers.

Worth over £200, you can snatch up a supremely extra bargain (and loads of extra brownie points from your loved ones) with the set retailing for £145.

The set comes with four crackers, including a pair of Gold Chubby Hex Huggies and Star Struck Pavé Studs, the Eclipse Bracelet and the Pearl Mini Sphere Beaded Hair Clip. Frankly, we can't think of anything better to complete our festive table setting with on Christmas Day. *Immediately sends mental wish list to Santa*

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