I don’t know about you, but I am quite fickle when it comes to my jewellery. I have so many pieces of costume jewellery that it’s hard to decide which pieces to wear, and I often have to store everything categorised by colour, to ensure each piece gets a chance to be worn.
I do however also have a few pieces that I wear more regularly at the moment and it has become apparent that I am also having a bit of a ‘gold’ moment.
The chain necklace with multiple coin pendants is new season from Zara for around £15 if I remember rightly. Wearing it makes me feel a little Egyptian, especially when I wear it high up on my neck, almost like a choker. It’s pretty heavy, and pretty statement but I love how detailed it is up close and is super unique in style.
My pendant locket is from an antiques market within Elsecar Heritage Centre, if anyone is in or around the Barnsley area, I highly recommend taking a look, especially if you love antiques, vintage goods and crafty things. The antiques hall is absolutely insane and features cabinet, after cabinet of treasures. I found the pendant for £4 and to my surprise, when I opened it, it contained two photographs of somebody’s nearest and dearest. I wonder who they are? I don’t have the heart to throw them away, so i’ll be placing my own pictures over the top, keeping the original keep-sakes right where they belong.
As the years have passed, I have become more and more in love with wearing bracelets, opting to wear as many bracelets as physically possible on both arms, most days. I’m currently wearing a selection of coloured beaded bracelets that I blogged about years and years ago back in 2013 from Rose Mae Jewellery – they’re still amongst my favourites now and I like to mix and match the colours. The other bangles are either vintage, handed down from my Nana, or bought from the Hippy Market in Ibiza.