Monday, 26 November 2018

My Everyday Jewellery

For me, jewellery can bring my outfit together. It is the finishing piece to the puzzle. If I ever go out without some items on, I feel naked like I've forgotten something (tad dramatic but ahh well;))! If you too are like me, then a good base of everyday jewellery is a life saver, and something worth thinking about. You don't always have to spend loads either; the high street often do simple, dainty jewellery that will match everything you own.
I will say a lot of the items I was kindly gifted for my birthday so may not have the details for and didn't buy myself!

I feel like the base to my jewellery is my Pandora rings. All of which are silver, small and dainty. The flower one I wear on one of my middle fingers and the other two stacked together on one of my index fingers.

You can shop them and similar ones at the end of this post along with everything else I mention!

Next up is one of my newest additions: my bracelet. Silver again with a heart placed on the beaded  chain. It's dainty nature means it isn't annoying on my wrist and sits well under jumpers. I was bought it as a lovely birthday gift, so am not sure where it is from but will link similar ones below!

Another beautiful gift was my two Missoma necklaces. A brand so many people have mentioned but since receiving these I can understand why! With countless amazing designs and quality you can't argue with, they really are worth the investment.

Last up and my biggest obsession is earrings. I have countless pairs so thought I'd share my current 3 most worn. This include some small studs I was kindly gifted (will link similar), a tortuous shell design pair from Primark and these pink hoops from Miss Selfridge. I buy wayyyyy too many pairs but would still love to know your favourite place to find some gorgeous ones?!

Necklaces- Missoma

Rings- Pandora
            Pandora (similar)
            Pandora (similar)

Earrings- similar , similar (I now want!!!)

Bracelet- Similar


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