I’ve mentioned before in previous blog posts that several members of my family have Pandora bracelets. I do like them, and I think they are a great way to capture memories in charm form because you can pretty much get a charm for anything these days, however when it came to choosing something for myself I decided to be a little different. Tom asked if I wanted a piece of jewellery for my birthday. I’ve never been a huge jewellery person, however in recent months I’ve really wanted to get a ring for my right hand. I don’t need anything for my left, my engagement and wedding rings have that space of their own, but my right was feeling just a tad left out.
When we visited Bath for our anniversary (Read my post here) I did pop into the Pandora store to have a look at what they had on offer. Originally I wanted this heart ring, however in person I wasn’t as keen, so browsed a bit more. Eventually after a bit of umming and ahhing I settled on this one instead. My fingers are tiny, so I was surprised to find that their smallest size (Number 48) Would fit me perfectly. Admittedly I did want a ring for the next finger along, but sometimes we just have to make sacrifices! Ha! The ring I chose is actually part of the stacking ring collection, meaning over time if I wanted, I could purchase other rings and build up a bit of a collection on my fingers! A great alternative for those who aren’t as keen on the charm bracelets. There’s such a good selection that you would not be stuck on what to choose.
The rings can range from £35 each all the way up to £399, so there is definitely something there for every sort of budget! You can get special ones that some people choose to use for engagement/wedding rings. They also have the birthstone ones, which I would have liked to get seeing as it was a birthday gift however I liked the Turquiose the best…. And that would be for a December birthday…. I was born in July so that doesn’t quite work out does it! (Maybe I’ll just break the rules!) If you like a bit of bling, they’ve got the sparkly ones or if you like simplistic jewellery they have other plainer styles.
Slowly but surely I am getting into accessorising with jewellery! Who knows what I will be purchasing next!
Have you got anything from Pandora? Do you have a story behind yours?