Sunday, 7 September 2014

Review: Jewellery Ever After

I was recently given the opportunity to pick an item of my choice from the lovely Etsy store owned by Bel Smith, Jewellery Ever After. Bel sells jewellery inspired by fairy tales and films, making it a dream store for those from the Disney, Harry Potter, and Hunger Games fandoms. As you can see, I chose a Cinderella themed carriage necklace which I completely fell in love with, and it arrived promptly, packaged in the cute little starry organza bag pictured below.


This necklace, along with all other products from the store are handmade which means you wont be wearing something anyone could pick up from the high street, making them so much more special. The detail on the necklace I received is very intricate yet it is extremely affordable at only £5. Believe it or not, this is actually the most expensive piece on the website with all jewellery ranging from £3-£5. 

The pendant was a lot larger than I assumed it would be, expecting a small little delicate pendant, but it still isn't too chunky for a lover of more dainty jewellery such as myself. The chain is a lot longer than I would prefer however, but it is of course adjustable so it can be shortened to the length you desire.



This store is certainly one I will revisit for Christmas gifts, and there are a few items I have an eye on for myself such as the Alice in Wonderland themed 'Drink Me' bottle necklace. Bel has also just released a gorgeous new range to tempt us all with even more!

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16 comments :

  1. Very pretty!!

    Miranda
    Little Gold Pocket Watch

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  2. Oh wow its beautiful, I'm in love! I'll definitely have to get something from there :)

    http://rachelbrennanlife.blogspot.ie/

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  3. The Drink Me bottle would be so cute! Love these whimsical pieces.

    Sincerely,
    Sabrina

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  4. I am so in love with this pendant, and now I'm browsing the Etsy shop and want everything haha - not good for my bank balance!
    You have a new follower, btw :) xx

    francesca | on-thebias | fashion, beauty, lifestyle

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  5. How absolutely GORGEOUS! I want to check out the range now xx



    Blonde of carbs

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  6. Beautiful! I've just been for a look at the shop too- I love the lockets, and the Mary Poppins necklace. I can't believe how cheap these things are- they'd be far more expensive on the high street. Thanks for sharing this :)
    Jennifer xx
    www.ginevrella.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. Such a quirky necklace! My favourite off the shop is the alice in wonderland necklace, it's so pretty!
    - F - www.elevatorbrain.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. Love unique jewellery like this - gorgeous choice!
    xxx

    www.maisymeow.com

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  9. This is so cute! I love the range, especially the fact there's a Deathly Hallows necklace. So well-priced too! :)

    Milly // Mini Adventures

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  10. Oh my gosh that is so cute and I love it xx

    Gemma | missmakeupmagpie.com

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  11. This is such a gorgeous necklace! Going to have to check out the website :) Great post!

    www.hdotxo.blogspot.co.uk
    xo

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  12. I can't believe that's only £5! It's so pretty :)

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  13. Very pretty necklace and I can't believe it was only £5. That's such a cute gift idea. Will def. check them out.

    Caz xxx
    http://lunchbreakadventures.wordpress.com/

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  14. What a beautiful piece of jewellery...popping over to this etsy site right now, I know myself and a few friends would definitely love this!?

    Sarah xo || time to see the stars ||

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