instagram feed

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Dainty Jewellery


Lately I have been really enjoying dainty jewellery, rings mainly, and stacking a few up at once. I am guilty of being a little lazy with my accessories, I have one or two necklaces that I tend to put on each morning without really thinking about it, and along with my engagement ring that is it!

This is something I am trying to change! Since the start of Spring I have been playing with these 5 little rings on my fingers. They have been picked up from a few different places and none of them are what you could call "proper" jewellery, they are all costume and very inexpensive


From left to right: Flower, Gem and Skull all Topshop, Opal ring from Dorothy Perkins, very worn rose gold tone ring was found by my mum.

As much as I love this little collection, I hate what happens to costume jewellery when you wear it too often. It goes some funny colours and leaves your fingers green...but then how much can you really ask when they cost as little as £2? In an effort to do more with my accessories on a day to day basis I plan to start investing in some simple dainty bits. And I suppose if I use the rule you should use when buying clothes, to go for quality over quantity then I should end up with some lovely pieces that should last me a long time if looked after well. Admittedly I don't always follow that rule but it is the goal!

Are you a fan of dainty jewellery or do you favour big statement pieces?


Share:

15 comments

  1. They're adorable! Love them. I'm doing a giveaway on my blog if you'd like to check it out x

    www.joyyiu.com

    ReplyDelete
  2. These pieces are so cute! I love dainty jewelry like these!

    ReplyDelete
  3. This intrusion of metals has created a wave in fashion industry that loves to experiment with such expensive metals while showcasing jewelry. fashion jewelry

    ReplyDelete
  4. I’m glad to find so many useful and informative data on your website.shop now

    ReplyDelete
  5. Aspiring to become an amazing blog writer like the writer of this blog.satin nightgown

    ReplyDelete
  6. While buying fashion jewelry, it is important that you choose those items that can truly reflect your style and personality. Well-designed. sterling silver jewelry

    ReplyDelete
  7. With the many unique colors and mixture of cheap materials incorporated in these products, the resulting jewelry matches almost all clothing styles thus a part of everyday dressing.sterling silver jewelry

    ReplyDelete
  8. This gives you a jump start on what your company lacks in comparison to others. This could be very helpful before you hire SEO services.ann arbor seo

    ReplyDelete
  9. This is a good post. This post gives truly quality information. I’m definitely going to look into it. Really very useful tips are provided here. Thank you so much. Keep up the good works. Sikkimfcs-cad.gov.in

    ReplyDelete
  10. This article is not a personal rant but a collection of popular trends that have been brought to my attention by family and friends. Dresses Sale

    ReplyDelete
  11. They showed a video of the sport. Sarah gave it a try and fell for it immediately. She’s now on the US Woman’s team.
    Stone Island Clothing

    ReplyDelete
  12. Having a preparing party introduces the Christmas season. Your party may be influencing gluten-to free apple strudel with your children or gathering gingerbread houses with a gathering of companions.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Buy online the finest gemstone, crystal skulls, skull jewellery and more at the most reasonable prices. skull jewellery

    ReplyDelete
  14. It is basic in turning into a fruitful form creator you get you and your outlines out there however much as could reasonably be expected, as by what method will anybody think about your designs on the off chance that they can't see them? http://www.thecarlsontwins.com/

    ReplyDelete
  15. The blog is a limelight for people.The more I read, the more I fell deep into it.
    hair curling

    ReplyDelete

© Baking Fashion | All rights reserved.
Blogger Template Designed by pipdig