Sunday, 9 December 2018

The Perfect Festive Jewellery from Boho Betty.*

I've mentioned before that I am an absolute magpie when it comes to jewellery. I don't tend to think much about clothing, but I could spend hours browsing through accessories to find the perfect pieces. There's something about a perfectly picked bracelet or a gorgeous set of earrings that can really bring a whole outfit together, so I was delighted when Boho Betty asked if I'd like to try some of their gorgeous range.

I pretty much live in a wardrobe consisting entirely of black dresses, so I love to use my jewellery to show off my personality a bit more. I don't really have a set style when it comes to accessorising - I like a huge variety from perspex quirky pieces to my grandmother's pearls that I wore on my wedding day. But there is one time of year when I do like my jewellery to be a little bit classier - and that is at Christmas. Luckily for me, Boho Betty had me completely covered.

I have to admit that I am new to Boho Betty, but I'm already a huge fan. Beginning their journey in 2012, they were on a mission to create high quality, affordable jewellery to help their customers express their individuality. All their jewellery is designed in the UK, using their love of cultures from around the world as inspiration, as well as a variety of materials, beads and textiles to ensure their collection is extensive. They are very much a leader when it comes to jewellery trends, and their diverse range is sure to have something for everyone. 

I was sent two products (well, technically four!) from Boho Betty's range. The first item I received was this incredible Hall of Mirrors bracelet stack, and isn't it stunning?! This set of three beautiful, coordinating bracelets is the perfect accompaniment and enhancer for all those black outfits of mine! Each of the bracelets included are so unique and different to the others, but they work together perfectly. The dainty, elegant Coventina dove bracelet is on a stretchy band with gold and rose gold beads, which works perfectly with the beaded Rock-a-Hula friendship bracelet. My favourite of the three, though, is probably the Karse star bracelet. The layers of stars jingle around as you move, which I absolutely adore!

The thing I love about this stack is that the pieces look so beautiful together, but can be equally gorgeous individually. The Karse bracelet brings a ton of Christmassy joy, but maybe you think it's a little too dressy for a t-shirt and jeans? (Personally, I think it'd look stunning but y'know!). Or perhaps you just want to wear the Coventina dove with your Christmas-night-out dress? Nothing better than having so many options in one.

I also think this would be a gorgeous Christmas gift for someone special. There are a variety of colour combinations for this stack (it took me forever to decide between this gold version or the silver) or there are a variety of other similar stacks with slightly different pieces. There's a stack I've been eyeing up for my mum (shhh!) but there's also the option to buy the pieces individually so you can mix and match. The stack I received was actually one of the higher priced items that Boho Betty sells at £58, but for the quality of the items, I would happily pay that. That said, if your budget doesn't stretch quite that far there are stunning gift set options from just £15 and single bracelet options from even lower!

I will for sure be wearing all three of these bracelets on Christmas day! I think they'll make the perfect festive accessory for the big day! 

The other product I was sent from Boho Betty was this stunning set of Cascara rose gold tassel earrings. Honestly, despite begging my mum to get my ears pierced when I was about 11, I didn't really wear earrings until earlier this year when I went to Antigua (did I mention I went to Antigua? Yes Beth, only about a thousand times). Something about those Caribbean beaches had me fully embracing the tassel earring trend, and when I spotted these gorgeous hoops I was desperate to get my hands on them!

The earrings are really dainty and cute; eye-catching enough to make a real impact on your outfit but still subtle enough to wear to the office too. I absolutely love the little rose gold star with 'BB' engraved on it, it's such a beautiful touch. The colour is also really beautiful - I find rose gold goes with so much and the pink is going to see me right through the winter and well into next summer. Plus, for just £10, these felt really excellent value and would make such a lovely gift for a friend.

These have a really interesting hook to them, so despite smugly thinking I'd manage them without a mirror, I was quickly proven wrong. This actually made them really secure though, which I loved - I lost one of my favourite earrings while hugging a friend at a train station recently, so I definitely like that these won't come loose anytime soon! 

I am completely in love with my new Boho Betty jewellery, and I will be raving about it this festive season. You still have time to grab the perfect gift for someone you care about, so check out their full range here

What's your favourite of the pieces I was sent? And what kind of jewellery do you like to wear?
*I was sent these items in return for a review. All opinions are my own and are entirely honest.


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