Saturday, October 20, 2012

Pendant Pretty

 After doing a blog post on my favourite lipsticks, I've decided to do one on my favourite necklaces at the moment. Most of them were gifts but, I love them so much and I don't actually where necklaces that often as I think wearing earrings and necklaces at the same time are a bit OTT, but I suppose it depends on the earrings and the necklace, so I'm this week I'm going to try and wear a necklace every day.
This was a gift given to me by my dad, it's from a Jewellery shop in Lakeside. I love the ruby heart, which looks as if it's see through. It really looks lovely against my skin tone and obviously it holds some sentimental value to it as well.
This was given to me as a present and I absolutely love it. I love that it has a tribal effect on it, plus all the different materials make it so interesting and detailed. The colours mix so well together and they bring out each other. I never know when to wear this necklace but it really is a favourite.

This cute 'message in a bottle' necklace is from Urban Outfitters, at the time it was £14 - but not entirely sure if they're still stocking it now. I do love this necklace, but it's so delicate. The message in the bottle is so cute, it's about loving someone, which is just cute and mushy, with me written all over it.

For any of you who know and love Lord of the Rings, then you'll know what this necklace is. This is an exact replica of Arwen's necklace, which my dad got for me for my birthday two years ago and I only wear it on special occasions. It's such a beautiful necklace, the detailing is incredible and it's got sentimental value which is even better.

This necklace you may have seen from my outfit post, which is here it's from Topshop and my sister bought it for me for £14.00 I think. I love the spikes and that it's two-toned and I do wear it quite regularly. But due to it''s 'in-your-faceness', when wearing an outfit, I make this the main feature and make that the spark to my outfit.

I don't tend to spend my money on jewellery as I'm more in to buying clothes and spending more money on those, I find it hard to bring myself to pay more than £9/10 on a piece of jewellery. But I'd love to buy some more chunky necklaces, but only at a bargain and for a reasonable price. Any recommendations?



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  1. Wow lovely!!! I added you by G+ now! I'm very happy if you do the same.
    Would you like to follow each other with GFC and Bloglovin?
    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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    1. Of course I will! Yes, sounds good! <3

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    2. I'm following you via google friend connect and bloglovin - could you do the same please? xxxx

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