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There’s just a little bit over a month until Christmas and as I had promised in yesterday’s post, every Saturday I’ll be sharing with you a Gift Guide to make shopping much easier and smoother for you. This week is all about jewellery and if you’re like me, love things that are beautiful yet affordable, then keep reading!
For those who prefer silver, here are my top picks from the range. In fact some of the designs look really similar to another well-known brand that cost way more than what we have here! Sure they aren’t diamonds but when you’re on a strict budget, you’ve got to compromise. There are cubic zirconias, filigree patterns and gorgeous pearls to suit most tastes, while still being just under $100.
Bottom row L-R: Double drop filigree earrings $99, Cultured Freshwater Pearl & Cubic Zirconia Pendant $59, Cultured Freshwater Pearl Drop Earrings $39
This metal has been such a favourite of mine since it became really popular last year. I love the softness of the rose coloured gold, which gives the metal a really nice vintage, or retro feel. With rose gold, I think simplicity is the key, letting the design shine for itself.
Stacking bracelets has been on-trend for quite some time and this is where the beauty of dainty bracelets come in! Wear a few dainty bracelets with some bangles for that gorgeously on-trend arm party. Or, wear them on their own for a more demure look. There’s hearts, infinity symbols and even the on-trend identity bars for you to choose from. Simplicity at its best!
Top Row: Infinity Silver Bracelet $89
Bottom Row: Sterling Silver Open Heart Bracelet $49
For those wanting something with a bit more colour, then go for the simulated coloured gems. They bring the metals to life with the added colour, design and sparkle!
Middle Row: Enhanced Black Diamond Ring $89
Bottom Row L-R: Black Onyx Drop Earrings $59, Sterling Silver Lady Bug Earrings $45, Cultured Freshwater Pearl with Hematite Disc Pendant $99
Yet another trend that’s been going around is the ring stack. What a fab way of wearing more than one of your favourite rings! I’ve picked some simple yet intricate designs that you can team with the more elaborate ones you might already have in your ring collection.
Check back in next week for my next Gift Guide, some ideas on what you can get for teachers! Meanwhile, do check out the range of gift guides put together by other bloggers. It’s shopping made easier!