Jewellery is one of those areas that I think us girls fall into a few different camps with. Either, they LOVE jewellery and it’s all they want for Christmas, Valentine’s Day and birthdays or, like me, gals that have a few cool and random pieces that are basically ‘costume’ jewellery (I hate that saying though!) and don’t have too much meaning. I’ve just never really been attached to jewellery and I don’t really like receiving it as a gift because I’m quite particular in what I like.
Can you believe it’s April already? I can’t even believe it’s Sunday already. Where does the time go? Weekends seem to fly by in a flash, especially when they’re jam packed and busy. I love a busy Saturday and a chilled out Sunday. This seems to be our go-to formula for a perfect weekend.
A lot of people think that the relaxed bohemian style is only appropriate for summery festivals and picnics during the spring, but this is far from true. There are plenty of ways that you can get that cool, chic style to work for you when the temperatures have dropped, and hopefully, today’s post should point you in the right direction.
This is a gift guide for the ones with cash to splash and the ones that don’t but want to look like they have! For example, need a gift that looks like you’ve spent a month’s wages on it? Try Baukjen, they have loads of gorgeous jewellery such as the Boe Infinity Necklace and Leather Band Ring that don’t cost the earth. I mean, that leather band ring is so cute and it’s only £14!
I’m absolutely loving pineapples at the moment, as is pretty much everyone and every brand around but I didn’t really know how I wanted to incorporate them into my wardrobe as I’m not one for trend let prints and won’t wear pineapple printed shorts or kimonos, that kind of thing! Then, these little pineapple shaped beauties popped through the letter box from Joy The Store and I knew how I’d get that fruity touch into my day to day style!
Whistles is one of my favourite brands, they just seem to get it right for me every time, their clean lines and punchy prints are just gorgeous and their pieces are always cut beautifully.
But, confession, I haven’t actually bought anything from Whistles. Until now. They’re slightly out of my student price range unfortunately but a girl can dream right? Alas, the dream came true on Sunday afternoon when I spied the infamous red letters on the window of the store. S A L E. Utt-ooohhh! There goes all my un-disposable income.