Earlier this month I took part in a blog post on Joshua James Jewellery’s website, which you can view here, all about the perfect Valentine’s gifts and I was kindly asked by them if I would like to review a couple of items from their amazingly vast range of jewellery brands. It took me ages to decide as there are some many gorgeous pieces, but I finally settled on three of my absolute favourites and I couldn’t wait to share them with you all.
Fossil Ladies Rose Gold Signature Bangle £39.20
I was lucky enough to be sent three pieces of jewellery, and I had picked each one in rose gold, as this has been my favourite gold tone way before the likes of Zoella raved about it. I chose the Fossil Ladies Rose Gold Signature Bangle as I thought it was super pretty but wearable on a day-to-day basis. I have heard of Fossil as a brand before, but hadn’t really had the chance to check out their jewellery collection and so this was my first Fossil item. It came fabulously packaged in a little drawstring dust bag, inside a cool keepsake tin, which is totally reusable for keeping other small items of jewellery in and perfect for travelling.
The bangle is made from stainless steel, coated in a beautiful rose gold, and it is a hinged bracelet, making it much easier to get on and off for those that struggle with bangles. On one of the hinged sides is a tiny printed key, this is then pressed to open the bangle. It has a charming cutout flower pattern all along both sides, and looks great either on it’s own or worn with other bangles and bracelets. Fossil is available at Joshua James Jewellery here.
Chrysalis Happiness Rose Gold Expandable Bangle £25
For Valentine’s Day, my friend Jenny (whose blog you can check out here), kindly sent me a beautiful Chrysalis bangle and I loved the concept of them. Chrysalis have a wide range of bangles and bracelets, in a multitude of finishes with a variety of meanings behind them, which you can wear alone or collect and stack them up on your wrist. Obviously, I chose the rose gold version, with the meaning of Happiness – each bangle comes in a Chrysalis pouch, with a little card to give you information as to what each bangle stands for, which I think is such a cute touch.
At £25 each, they are the perfect present price point, and they are definitely something I would like to build on, as there are bangles for Mum, Daughter, cat lovers and many, many more. The bangles are easy to get onto the wrist, as they are expandable, so should also fit a variety of wrist sizes, and each one has two little charms dangling from the bangle. The charms on the Happiness bangle are two gorgeous floral designs, which make a sweet jingling sound when worn. Chrysalis is available at Joshua James Jewellery here.
Thomas Sabo Rose Gold Quartz Solitaire Ring £105
Eeeeek! This was definitely the piece of jewellery I was most looking forward to! I had actually put this on my Christmas list for last year, but sadly Santa didn’t deliver, however, Joshua James Jewellery certainly did! This gorgeous, beautiful, pretty, stunning, just plain perfect Thomas Sabo ring is made from 925 sterling silver, with 18k rose gold plating, with a generously-sized rose quartz stone being the centre of attention.
I think light shades of pink and rose gold are definitely the dreamy pairing when it comes to jewellery, and this ring is no exception. I love (there’s going to be a lot of ‘love’ and ‘like’ in this post!) the face that it is a stunning piece of jewellery, but again, something I can wear on a daily basis, with it not being overly blingy. Even though it is quite a delicate looking piece of jewellery, it is certainly a sturdy, quality piece, which one wouldn’t expect any less of when it comes to Thomas Sabo. You can check out Thomas Sabo at Joshua James Jewellery here.
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