Monday, 13 September 2010

Maxi,Midi,Mini - pendant purchases

Invariably the necklaces I really like are completely out of budget. Which is always a real shame as a good bit of jewellery can often enhance a look without much effort. Pendants always add a bit of nonchalance to a look. They suggest creativity even if you haven't got a creative bone in your body. Of course the rich pickings on Net-A-Porter suggest more creative bucks than your Topshop purchase. But at least with Topshop you can wear your pendant with attitude and your bank balance intact.








9 comments:

  1. Number 3 looks like a WendyB rip off!
    xx

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  2. I'm always terrified of losing real jewellery (though my burglars took care of most of that for me a couple of years ago).
    I really do love that top pendant though and I bought something similar to pendant #3 recently.

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  3. The House of Harlow one is definitely my favourite. I like to keep an eye out at car boot sales and charity shops for costume jewellery though - I just wouldn't trust myself not to lose/break something expensive.

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  4. I like all your choices. House of Harlow does some fab stuff I think - I'm impressed with Nicole.

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  5. Love the first one, but I would, wouldn't I?

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  6. Hi there-so agree with Mrs Fab, adore the first one best!!

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  7. I loved the last one, Topshop. I do love a long pendant they are so flattering xx

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  8. I do love pendants, but that Cavalli one was a bit pricy for brass and a fake gemstone.

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  9. I love pendants. I like what Nicole's doing at House of Harlow too. The Top Shop one is fun. None of my jewellery is very expensive, I wear mostly semi precious stones xx If I had the money I'd buy something from Belle.

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