Buckley London are the largest designer of fashion jewellery in the UK, and their stunning pieces of jewellery can be found in House of Fraser, Debenhams, airport duty free stores, and boutiques.
I hadn't heard of Buckley London until I received an email asking if I'd like to pick out some pieces from the new collection. I've probably seen them as I frequent HoF and Debenhams quite often, but I haven't bought any new jewellery in quite a while. I obviously agreed to pick out some items, but found it extremely difficult to narrow down my choices as there was so much prettiness to choose from.
As soon as I saw The Carnaby Collection, I knew that I had struck gold (or rather silver). I went for the Carnaby Bracelet in Rhodium Tone and Black Agate. I had to really, black is my favourite colour, it's a classic and will go with everything. The bracelet has a woven design and stretches to fit any sized wrist. It has a black agate gem and tassel charm, which go beautifully together and are bang on trend. The bracelets (and necklace) come in various colours and are stackable.
I also picked the matching pendant; it has a 16" chain with 2" extender. What I really love about this, is it looks like two different necklaces, and I'm all about multiple chains at the moment. The Carnaby Collection comes in a range of colours; gold with turquoise or white mother of pearl, rose gold with grey agate or rose quartz, and rhodium and amethyst.
When I opened the very sleek packaging of this bracelet, I was more than impressed as it's gorgeous and unlike any other item of jewellery I own. The bracelet has a 40mm polished bar studded with five crystals and a toggle fastening. I find the closing of this really unique as it really will fit any sized wrist. It's easy to adjust and stays in place, so there's no need to worry that it will come loose. The Friendship Bracelet also comes in gold and rose gold. I've been eyeing up the rose gold, it needs to live on my wrist with it's silver sister.
Closer look at the fastening
I'm so impressed with the quality of the three pieces. They're really well-made, they don't feel at all flimsy, and I know that I'll get a lot of wear out of them. Not only that but they're so eye-catching. Definitely check out Buckley London if you're looking for some stunning jewellery that is expertly made and affordable.
Have you tried any Buckley London pieces?
* Disclaimer: I was sent these items free of charge in exchange for an honest review. I received no payment for this post and all opinions are 100% my own.