Sunglasses • Tiffany & Co.
Leather Jacket • Zara
Jeans • Topshop
Shoes • Office
Bag • Mulberry
These past couple of months, I have been in talks with the lovely ladies from Charles Fish Jewellery. They have 2 boutique stores in Chelmsford and Harlow, as well as Swarovski in Chelmsford, Tunbridge Wells and Canary Wharf.
The gift I was lucky enough to receive was these beautiful Sif Jakobs Treviso Ear Jackets in 18 Carat Rose Gold with Cubic Zirconia. They measure at 4cm long and are 1mm wide, and retail for £125.
When I first found out I was receiving these, I was so excited as they're so beautiful - but was wowed when they arrived, as they're even more beautiful in person! I was so excited when they finally arrived - what girl doesn't love a large box being delivered?! They arrived with the black gift box and bow (shown in the pictures below), and you can really tell that they put a lot of thought, love and care into packaging their items to the highest standard.
These earrings can glam up any outfit without overdoing it, and can definitely be worn for any occasion, from just going shopping with friends to a statement piece for a night out. Plus, they're especially nice for those summer months and hot holidays, when the rose gold colour will complement your tan!
If rose gold isn't your colour, then dont worry - they also come in silver and black too.
I have included a few close ups below, as well as a photo of them on and a photo using the flash, so you can see just how intricate the detailing is.
These are part of the new collection by Sif Jakobs, and can be purchased on the Charles Fish website here:
Sif Jakobs Treviso Ear Jackets - here
Charles Fish Website - here
Overall, I am so so impressed with the level of love and detail Charles Fish put into looking after each and every person, and I feel so thoroughly spoilt by them! If you purchase from Charles Fish then you won't ever be disappointed - you'll be well and truly looked after!
23 year old UK fashion, travel and lifestyle blogger and university graduate with honours in BA (Hons) Digital Arts Practice from the University of Greenwich in London.