A few of my favourite pieces:
Being able to customise things to my liking is what I like the most about Pandora. Their charm bracelets are what drew me in, and kept me there. I didn't want to buy charms that just looked pretty and so it's took me a while to get a small collection. I only bought them, or received them as gifts for special occasions. In fact the only ones that I've bought 'just because' are the two divider ones.
As well as their charm bracelets, Pandora do rings, necklaces, earrings etc.
I have two rings, the Princess Tiara ring (£40) and my Birthstone ring (£40). There are SO many more rings that I want from Pandora but I think I'll add them to my Christmas list instead. The thing that I like about the rings are that they are stackable. I love stacking my rings, or as my mum would say 'bling bling'.
The charms that I have all mean something to me. The first one I got was the Frog charm, for my Dad. My sister bought me the Turtle one just after our trip to the Philippines, the Camera one I bought myself after I started this blog, the Aeroplane I bought on my first holiday with Mike, the 3rd from the end is the Family Forever one that my sister bought me for Mother's Day. The last one on the right side end is the latest addition to my bracelet. It's the Graduate Owl charm which is a little own wearing a graduation cap and features little blue eyes - I love it!
I have my eye on a lot more items which I've put into a wish list online. I'm hoping that my family find it and take the hint.
Do you have any favourite jewellery?
believe it or not but this post WASN'T sponsored. I just love Pandora.