Saturday, 12 April 2014

Jewellery Haul from PinkSugar Sparkle Online Store



I've mentioned it before on this blog- I am simply weak for a statement necklace. I can think of no easier or more effective way of instantly jazzing up an outfit than accessorising with some bling. Last month, blogger extraordinaire and hair fairy Lisa set up her Pinksugar Online Store on Facebook selling jewellery, hair accessories and other sparkly essentials. I have long admired Lisa's style in bling so I knew that she would have pieces that would tempt me and my inclinations were right. I made my first order last weekend and it arrived by Tuesday (gift wrapped in adorable pastel pink and yellow paper with adorable stickers and name tags to boot) and I ordered two pieces. 
The first piece is unlike anything else I have but I am drawn towards roses (random fact: Rose is my middle name after my granny) and something about this vintage gold rose collar just called on me. I teamed it with a royal blue peplum top for work and the compliments came thick and fast all day long. 
The second piece is a trio of clusters with emerald green and grey resin detail. This is a stunning piece and is really quite sturdy and weighty. I couldn't help but wear this to work during the week and when paired against a black top, it stole the show. 
If you are drawn towards jewellery and you would like to see what else Lisa has in her Pinksugar Sparkle Online Store, click here for the link which will take you there. I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for new arrivals so expect to see more bling on this blog in the not too distant future!
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  1. Loving the first necklace, it's so vintage! xx

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    1. Aw thanks lady, It has attracted many a compliment on, I love it too x :)

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  2. wow that is right up my alley! I definately have to check it out.
    Loevens.

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