When it comes to jewellery, I’m really selective with what I wear. I like dainty pieces – simplistic or with intricate details, and I love antique rings and minimalist designs too. I’m quite a sentimental person. I don’t tend to wear statement pieces for the sake of it – I instead adorn myself with jewellery which has a personal meaning or a precious memory attached to it.
I’ve recently discovered Dollie Jewellery – a British company with beautiful designs. I particularly like their fun and delicate range of bracelets with the idea that they’re collectable – you can stack them as you please. With pieces from only £19 for dainty silver (and gemstone) jewellery, they’re really affordable and make the perfect gift for any occasion.
I love the idea of gifting your friends and family with different bracelets that reflect a precious memory, an inside joke or something personal, and stacking them so that their (and your) wrist holds a collection of happy memories.
To start your own Dollie Jewellery collection, they have kindly given me four gorgeous bracelets to give away to one lucky reader! (Giveaway now closed)
Which is your favourite bracelet?
Dollie’s Little Helper Competition Terms and Conditions:
· Competition closes on the 30th December 2016
· To enter, simply sign up to the Dollie Jewellery mailing list, via a promotional page
· Winners will be contacted by Dollie Jewellery within five working days of competition closing, please allow up to 28 days for delivery of prizes
· If after 28 days there has been no response from the randomly selected winner, another will be selected
· Entrants will be kept on the Dollie Database and will not be passed onto partners or 3rd parties
· Prizes are not for resale or transfer, there is no cash alternative
· Prize winner’s details will be displayed on social media
· Joining Dollie Jewellery indicates that you consent to be added to the Dollie Jewellery mailing list. You may opt out at any time.
This post was written in collaboration with Dollie Jewellery, but as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.