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[Pamela Love Rope X bracelet, via Forward by Revolve]

 

 

 


[Amo Ut Invenio silver and bone enamel ring by Shaun Leane]

[Choose-your-colour-and-chain braided silk friendship bracelet by Ariel Gordon]

[Aikea Guinea ring by Black Sheep & Prodigal Sons, via Bona Drag]

[Hinged Plate ring by Eddie Borgo]

[Feather necklace by House of Harlow 1960, via ASOS]

[Fiji Luck bracelet by Monica Vinader, via Astley Clarke]

[Fiji Success bracelet by Monica Vinader, via Astley Clarke]

My mom has quite an enviable collection of jewellery (especially rings) and she’s always on the lookout for good designs everywhere she goes. When I was younger I really detested the part of our shopping trips where she had to look at jewellery because that really was the last thing on my mind. It was more like When can we go to TopShop alreadyyyyyy!

Now that I’m older, my appreciation for jewellery has taken on a life of its own. Something I would never have imagined when I was an angsty young’in. I guess I can only say I am my mother’s daughter.

p/s: I got the Monica Vinader Fiji Success bracelet. And the Shaun Leane Amo Ut Invenio ring says Tempty Tempty.

[Rings: Topshop, Swatch, Lee Hwa Jewellery. Bracelets: All The Desert Foxx. Necklaces: Ariel Gordon, my own design. Checkered shirt: Vintage. Tee: H&M]

I received the red coral cross, turquoise, and metal chain bracelets (altogether very deliciously named The Threesome) from Highdee of The Desert Foxx yesterday. Very fierce – and melovesit! Go get your Threesome from Highdee today. Okay sorry, that was a very unfunny attempt at being funny.

On another note, I realised that this is the first time the Ariel Gordon initial necklace has been photographed on me, since it arrived way back in January (even though I wear it almost everyday). I got it to mark a fresh new start after the period of crap-which-shall-not-be-named happened, just like the Swatch Secret Code ring after the period of earlier-crap-which-shall-not-be-named. New ear piercings, milestone jewellery purchases and a visit to the hair salon are my choice of therapy.

No I don’t usually wear that much jewellery on both arms (normally I load just one arm like crazy), but this picture is just for my lovely best friend S!

Hello honey I just want to tell you how spot-on you are with your gift! Doesn’t it look like everything I would wear? You know me completely inside-out so I don’t think you can call yourself the ‘worst present buyer ever’ now. I can’t wait to meet L, hassle him for my surprise (uh, ex-surprise) and brandish it all loud and proud.

I love you!