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There are so many beautiful jewellery brands around at the moment, with pieces that are accessible to all, no matter your budget. I have always been a Thomas Sabo girl, after my husband bought me a charm bracellet complete with charms for Christmas and my work collegues also bought a charm for my birthday. I find the idea of grown up charms such a beautiful way to personalise jewellery.


Today i discovered Pandora - i have never liked their charm bracellets as they seem to be much more of an investment, as they never look right until full of charms, however i have found that i love their stacking rings.

I chose to treat myself today as i was promoted at work yesterday to Assistant buyer and wanted something to reward myself for all my hard work. 


At £40 these beautiful rings are a perfect gift, and i have already hinted to my hubby that another one at Christmas would be nice. The basic ring with stone that i bought comes in a variety of colours based on birthstones, with more elaborate designs also available at higher prices.


I chose to buy the Pink opal as pink is my favourite colour and the Diamond (my birthstone) looked a little boring. These rings look good alone or stacked up your finger in varying colours.


Which brand do you guys prefer - Thomas Sabo or Pandora?

Pandora

There are so many beautiful jewellery brands around at the moment, with pieces that are accessible to all, no matter your budget. I have always been a Thomas Sabo girl, after my husband bought me a charm bracellet complete with charms for Christmas and my work collegues also bought a charm for my birthday. I find the idea of grown up charms such a beautiful way to personalise jewellery.


Today i discovered Pandora - i have never liked their charm bracellets as they seem to be much more of an investment, as they never look right until full of charms, however i have found that i love their stacking rings.

I chose to treat myself today as i was promoted at work yesterday to Assistant buyer and wanted something to reward myself for all my hard work. 


At £40 these beautiful rings are a perfect gift, and i have already hinted to my hubby that another one at Christmas would be nice. The basic ring with stone that i bought comes in a variety of colours based on birthstones, with more elaborate designs also available at higher prices.


I chose to buy the Pink opal as pink is my favourite colour and the Diamond (my birthstone) looked a little boring. These rings look good alone or stacked up your finger in varying colours.


Which brand do you guys prefer - Thomas Sabo or Pandora?


So today was the Mulberry SS13 show at London Fashion week, and after the AW12 success Mulberry chose the stream the show live. Unfortunately due to work commitments i was unable to watch the show live but have caught up on the days events and all the fashion. 
Below is a link to the show and also my favourite pieces from the collection.

♥♥♥
"Spring Summer 2013 takes us back to the Seventies and the years of a young Mulberry brand. A decadent medley of flora and fauna blends with luscious fresh colour and tropical-inspired prints, mixing up a laid-back spectrum of sorbet shades and exotic inspiration with our rural English craft heritage.

Prints and colours blocked head-to-toe, menswear and vintage military-inspired outerwear, Seventies pleats and a brand new bag collection, Willow.


My Favourite Looks









My Favourite image from the show


*All images and information taken from the Mulberry Blog/Facebook

London Fashion Week - Mulberry SS13


So today was the Mulberry SS13 show at London Fashion week, and after the AW12 success Mulberry chose the stream the show live. Unfortunately due to work commitments i was unable to watch the show live but have caught up on the days events and all the fashion. 
Below is a link to the show and also my favourite pieces from the collection.

♥♥♥
"Spring Summer 2013 takes us back to the Seventies and the years of a young Mulberry brand. A decadent medley of flora and fauna blends with luscious fresh colour and tropical-inspired prints, mixing up a laid-back spectrum of sorbet shades and exotic inspiration with our rural English craft heritage.

Prints and colours blocked head-to-toe, menswear and vintage military-inspired outerwear, Seventies pleats and a brand new bag collection, Willow.


My Favourite Looks









My Favourite image from the show


*All images and information taken from the Mulberry Blog/Facebook


I first heard about the Bumble & Bumble brand a few years ago but couldn't find a local place to buy the products. Last week i found that Boots have started stocking this amazing brand online and i immediately logged on and had a little spending spree.
Having always had a pixie crop hairstyle until 2 years ago, when i decided to grow my hair for my wedding, i have learnt a lot in the past year about the best products for my hair. My usual products are from Aussie and Lee Stafford but i came across two Bb products that i had to have.

I went for the Bb Prep spray designed to prep the hair before styling and the Bb Shine spray designed to give hair a glossy shine once styled.



The Bb prep spray is amazing, it has left my hair smooth and soft and more manageable, although it doesn't have an amazing smell but i will overlook this as i LOVE it!
The Bb shine spray has a gorgeous smell and adds a beautiful glossy shine to my hair, especially on my new highlights and a little goes a long way.


I will definitely be investing in more Bumble & Bumble goodies - does anyone have any recommendations of what i should try next??


Bumble & Bumble


I first heard about the Bumble & Bumble brand a few years ago but couldn't find a local place to buy the products. Last week i found that Boots have started stocking this amazing brand online and i immediately logged on and had a little spending spree.
Having always had a pixie crop hairstyle until 2 years ago, when i decided to grow my hair for my wedding, i have learnt a lot in the past year about the best products for my hair. My usual products are from Aussie and Lee Stafford but i came across two Bb products that i had to have.

I went for the Bb Prep spray designed to prep the hair before styling and the Bb Shine spray designed to give hair a glossy shine once styled.



The Bb prep spray is amazing, it has left my hair smooth and soft and more manageable, although it doesn't have an amazing smell but i will overlook this as i LOVE it!
The Bb shine spray has a gorgeous smell and adds a beautiful glossy shine to my hair, especially on my new highlights and a little goes a long way.


I will definitely be investing in more Bumble & Bumble goodies - does anyone have any recommendations of what i should try next??


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