Ever since I attended the London College of Fashion, I have enjoyed coordinating and accessorising outfits. They taught me the enjoyment in how to make a fairly straightforward outfit stand out from the crowd – just by adding layers, belts, bags and, possibly my favourite one of all – jewellery, whether it be costume or precious!
When I was a child I can remember going through my Mum’s jewellery tins that used to belong to my Grandma on a regular basis. There was some beautiful pieces in there which I would try on and pretend I was a princess or a queen. Grace does that now with my jewellery box – which is a Fortnum and Mason box that I received from my sister for my 40th Birthday (it originally contained some proseccuo and peach juice!).
Since then I have always been pretty good at accessorising different clothes by picking out a specific colour theme and running with it. One of my favourite sets is black and silver and last year – just before BritMums Live – I reviewed a beautiful Lily Charmed necklace and bracelet which I still wear on a regular basis.
When Fragments Jewelry contacted me and asked me to have a look through their website I knew that there was NO WAY I could afford any of their items but a girl can dream, and window shop!
I love the unusual patterns and designs and the particular colour that caught my eyes was the stunning blues that they have on offer.
There is this stunning Opalescent butterfly necklace:
Which goes perfectly with these White Diamond and Opal earrings:
I also loved the subtle blue/green of this Samara Emerald Ring:
Which matches these green Chalcedony drop earrings:
As well as this Chalcedony cuff bracelet:
Their pieces come from an extensive list of designers and have been featured in publications such as Elle, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan. There are, of course, many celebrities who can afford to buy such as Christina Aguilera, Mila Kunis and Taylor Swift.
Fragments also now offer international shipping and carry a huge selection of jewellery including statement necklaces, bridal jewellery, rose gold, diamonds and gemstones.
So, if I ever do win the lottery I will be straight over to pick out some jewellery from Fragments!
Disclaimer: This post is in association with Fragments Jewelry.