Archive for the ‘Charms’ Category
Tuesday, October 7th, 2008
Junk Jewels is another great small jewellery company that trades online and from Portabello Market in London. Their website is super easy to navigate and has a lovely layout. You can see all their designs in nice big pictures on one page – no need to click to zoom! They’re also fairly inexpensive, ranging from £6 to £12, and postage is free for all UK orders!
The are lots of lovely charms to choose from, from hearts to birds to horses, but my favourite has to be the Embellished Teapot Charm on a gold chain. The splash of colour on it looks great and gives it an antique, vintage feel, and I think you’d be hard pressed to find anyone else with necklace like this! It comes on a short chain for £8, or a long chain for £10.
Head over to Junk Jewels to have a look!
Monday, August 4th, 2008
Charms have been a key trend for a while now, particularly on bracelets. Chanel’s recent Fashion Week Show saw the runway transformed into a carousel with giant Chanel accessory charms such as the infamous 2.55 bag, a bow and a two tone ballet pump.
This Philip Crangi Mixed Charm necklace combines a horseshoe, padlock and an anchor from this summers nautical trend to give a twist on an old favourite.
The charms are in classic gold and black, and the necklace has a gold chain. It would would pair up with a smart office outfit, an evening dress, or add detail to a simple jeans and top combo. It would also make a great gift for almost anyone as it’s classy and cute at the same time.
It costs £950 at is available at Kabiri.
Thursday, November 15th, 2007
This is such an exciting new jewellery range, something completely unique and gorgeous; let me introduce you to Eclectic Eccentricity!
Eclectic Eccentricity is only a couple of years old, it is made by a lady with a passion for vintage jewellery, she loves reworking into old vintage jewellery, using old pieces of chain, charms, beads and pendants to create in her own words; ‘something new, eclectic and slightly eccentric’ and the best part is because they’re vintage they’re mostly one off pieces! Hoorah!
Each piece of jewellery whether it be a necklace, brooch or ring has a cute little message behind it, the necklace I have chosen to show you is called ‘Up, Up and Away! Hot Air Balloon necklace,’ I love the detail in this necklace, its very cute and will only set you back £11! Purchase it online or browse through many of the other delights she has to offer! Check out the thoughtful descriptions of each piece in her collection, nice touch!
Thursday, November 8th, 2007
I wish I’d discovered this jewellery before Halloween but better late than never! The freakish pieces are one off designs made by very talent jewellery designers. I think the Frankenstein’s Bride pendant is fab! I love the colour and the cute little spider hanging on for dear life.
Its a well made and hard wearing piece that will last you for many Halloweens to come. Personally I’d wear it everyday.
The compact mirror is equally unique. Its made from an original painting by the designer and it comes in a hand stitched pouch. You can find out more and buy the item here or visit the hompage to see more devilishly hot items.
Thursday, September 27th, 2007
On the 25th of this month, Marks and Spencer launched their latest collection – GD25. Its a collection that features just 25 items and will be around for just 25 days in 25 store locations (as well as online) to celebrate 25 years of fashion guru George Davies.
The collection has everything you need for this seasons look including this irresistible silver Heart Charm Necklace which can be yours for just £29.50. I love the way the adorable charms are scattered all around the three chains. It’s a real catching piece, a true keepsake. It really will add that silver touch to any of the style sensations in the GD25 collection.
To find your nearest GD25 stockist in the hope to find this gorgeous necklace check out www.marksandspencers.com, after all who can resist a little charm??
Tuesday, September 18th, 2007
I’ve always been more of a fan of silver than gold – in fact my whole jewellery collection consists of silver, so I wanted to try and find a piece of gold jewellery that would add the wow factor to any outfit.
When I saw a picture of Mischa Barton modelling this elegant gold hummingbird necklace, I knew this would make a great start to my much needed gold collection. It s 22 carat gold plated and features in Alex Monroe’s Sunblossom collection that can be seen at Accessories Online.
The hummingbird is in fact handcrafted, measures 1.5 cm long and comes on a fine gold chain with a lobster clasp. It’s a bit pricey at £81.95 so might be worth waiting and adding to the Christmas list – it will definitely be featuring at the top of mine!!!
Friday, September 14th, 2007
This limited edition Juicy Couture accessory is the perfect charm and watch combo. Its a true lucky charm, bracelet and watch all in one.
The exquisite design and detail of this bracelet makes it a real original and collectable piece of jewellery. The charms include a $5 coin piece, an extra lucky horse shoe and four leaf clover, a dollar symbol, a die and a roulette timepiece – how very Vegas!
Each charm contains Swarovski crystals and are set in 18 Carat gold plate – Juicy Couture seem to know what makes the perfect luxury bracelet.
Take the gamble and check out fashmatch.com to see if you are still in with a chance of getting your hands on one of these limited edition gems – how lucky will you be???
Wednesday, September 12th, 2007
These exclusive high quality and highly individual hand crafted beads really create a truly distinctive and unique life story to a vast selection of both bracelets and necklaces.
You can choose from over 400 designs of beads that are personal to you that not only take their inspiration from everyday things but also from fairy tales, mythology and astrology. All the beads are actually made from all a variety of natural and raw materials including glass and precious stones that add that extra special touch.
The beads can be worn on either a silver or gold chain and as a necklace or a bracelet. The whole collection is available to view at www.fabletrading.co.uk, however you can only buy in selected stores that are listed on the site. Prices range from around £9 right up to £400 per charm.
Monday, September 10th, 2007
This adorable charity charm necklace has been brought to us by Wallis in aid of Cancer Research UK. Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson, supermodel Kate Moss and British comic Catherine Tate all played a part in designing the charms to produce a great piece of fashionable jewellery for a very worthwhile cause!!
Each celebrity created a charm that took inspiration from their surroundings which gives it that extra personal touch. The heart design has been created by Catherine Tate, the lily by Scarlett Johansson, a very glamourous shoe by Christian Louboutin and a delicate swallow from Kate Moss.
This is a real unique and fun accessory, however you better move fast to get your hands on one as its limited edition with only 25,000 being produced. Its just £25 with £10 from every sale going to Cancer Research!!
Monday, September 10th, 2007
I am actually in love with Lovelinks! Lovelinks is a new jewellery range that everyone is going crazy for and I can see why; it’s gorgeous!
I’ve always loved charm bracelets as they give you the opportunity to design your own piece of jewellery making it more personal and unique. If you too have a passion for jewellery and are fed up of seeing the same bracelet on hundreds of other girls then this new jewellery range is perfect for you, all you have to do is buy a bracelet or a necklace to start adding your own links to! You have the choice of a leather or solid silver strap and prices start from £9.95; bargain!
I must warn you that there are sooo many links to choose from so if looking to purchase your own lovelinks make sure you have plenty of time! All of the links are handmade in Denmark and they are all sterling silver. However some are decorated with 14ct gold and others are covered in beautiful coloured glass. The best news of all is that they are really reasonable; links range from £5 to £52.50 so there is something for everyone. I personally am spoilt for choice!