Saturday, 24 October 2015

Orelia Jewellery*

I am absolutely loving dainty jewellery at the moment. I used to be all about statement necklaces over a comfortable, chunky knit, but sometimes I think it can all get a little bit too much. So lately, I've been preferring a simple, dainty necklace instead. I think there's just something so much more elegant about it!


I recently received a lovely package from Orelia Jewellery via etailPR, who sell exactly the type of necklaces I've been loving. Orelia is a brand that slots nicely in between high street and designer, which sometimes is the best - a better quality product but at a more affordable price! Their range reminds me of the Z range at accessorize actually, which is one I always check out.


Orelia sells a wide range of jewellery and body art but I chose three necklaces. The first one I chose is this gold plated crystal bar necklace. I just think this is perfect for heading towards the festive season and is a great way to add a little sparkle an everyday outfit.


My second choice was this semi precious triple cube necklace which is a new piece to their range. I'm loving marble at the moment and the stones reminded me of just that, even though they are blue opal! I just think it's a lovely piece that's a little bit different!


And finally, my favourite choice is this love knot ditsy necklace. I chose this with one of my best friends in mind because she loves infinity knots, so I may give it to her actually! It's just so simple but elegant all in one!


Overall, I really do love these pieces! These ranged from £12-£15 too, so they are really affordable! They'd definitely make for lovely gifts for friends (especially if you're starting your Christmas shopping soon) or just want to treat yourself.. because let's face it, who doesn't?!
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Rimanere nella memoria said...

Love all the Necklace

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