I have fond memories of raiding my grandmothers wardrobe as a child, having been a fan of 'dressing up', with a specific desire for jewellery. I would pile it on, whether it be silver, gold, pearls, or simple rings, and i would love it. Since then, i have continued on my magpie-esque love of jewellery, and now i admit, i am obsessed. 60% of what i buy is jewellery, often from small boutiques near my aunt's house. However, now i fear my love for jewels has spiralled out of control.
Grandma's Jewellery perfection: Mui-Mui's Jumble sale necklace. And at £155 a pop, i guess this delight will only ever appear in my dreams...
Oh Net-A-Porter, why do you have such painful allure...?
A style does not go out of style as long as it adapts itself to its period. When there is an incompatibility between the style and a certain state of mind, it is never the style that triumphs. - Coco Chanel.
im a simple girl really. give me some chewits and a magazine and i'll love you forever. i pretty much spend all of my time working on my 'education', but other than that i'll be shopping or sleeping.