The Style Post #7: The Game Changing Necklace

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If you follow me on Instagram you will already know that I have slightly more than a little thing for this necklace. I am a big fan of statement pieces but despite them being EVERYWHERE in the shops, I haven't found any I completely fell head over heels for. They were too blingy, too metallic, too glitzy (okay, I know I'm fussy). That was until, this little beauty graced the shelves - I am completely and utterly in love! The dreamy combination of pastel shades gives any outfit a dash of spring fever and the matte jewelled effect means it looks equally good with a casual day or glamorous night time outfit. And the best thing about my new favourite thing in the world? It only cost me a jaw dropping £6 from Primark! If the best things in life are free, the next best things are definitely game changing necklaces for under a tenner. 

Charlotte x
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7 comments:

  1. Charlotte MacDonald-Gaunt1 April 2014 at 14:49

    Beautiful necklace, I just can't get enough of statement necklaces :o) Xx

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  2. This is absolutely gorgeous :) love it

    Bea x

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  3. I love statement necklaces! they really add some drama to an outfit!

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  4. This is such a pretty necklace!! I adore primark for their accessories because they are SO cheap! xx
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  5. Charlotte Lucy Philpotts4 April 2014 at 12:32

    yeah they definitely have such a good selection for the price! I went in there a couple of days ago and they had another one that was really similar to this - so pretty! x

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  6. Charlotte Lucy Philpotts4 April 2014 at 12:32

    I definitely agree - they can really make a basic outfit stand out! x

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  7. Charlotte Lucy Philpotts4 April 2014 at 12:33

    Thank you, me too...as you can see haha x

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