DIFFICULT necklace


2 reviews

Originally designed to celebrate the publication of Helen Lewis's Difficult Women: A History of Feminism in 11 Fights, this Difficult necklace is for all empowered, awkward, complicated women who refuse to accept injustices and just make nice.

£2 goes to Women for Refugee Women.


Details & dimensions

This necklace is cut from 3mm mirror acrylic glued to backing layer of matte black acrylic. The word Difficult measures 9cm. (33/4in.) across.

Care instructions

Acrylic can break if dropped and will snap under pressure. Please store your jewellery in its box and keep away from lotions and sprays as moisture can discolour metal parts. 

Shipping & Returns 

I aim to send out orders within 2-3 days, but at busy time this may take a little longer, as some designs are made to order. All orders are now sent Royal Mail Tracked-48. You will get an email to let you know when your order is on its way. If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase you can return it to Wear and Resist in its original box and packaging within a month of purchase for a refund excluding postage. For reasons of hygiene I am afraid I cannot refund earrings.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
I love it!

This is a fabulous necklace, I particularly love the black chain that has adjustable lengths, it’s so versatile. Thank you xx

Roger Funkbythenaval
So very me

So very me! I’m not difficult per se, but perceived that way. I love this necklace and the colour. I also love that this company support womens charities
Next will be a RBG necklace. I’d love the address to senate, but it’s OOS. Please put it back in stock?

About Wear and Resist

Wear and Resist was founded by Sarah Day in early 2017 as a way to channel her frustration and rage at the political climate into a creative pursuit that would raise money for women's charities. Her daughter, Eliza, is her inspiration, model and chain maker. Sarah designs and makes everything in her Oxfordshire studio, with a proportion of sales going to these charities.

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