Sunday, 13 March 2016

Making A Statement With Happiness Boutique

Fun fact: I'm not very fashionable. There's lots of trends I love the look of; pinafores, culottes, fedoras - they look cool on other people but I would probably never actually wear them myself. Mainly because I like to stick with what I know and I'm all about dressing for the weather and making sure I'm comfortable. So my day to day attire is pretty bland, to be honest. Think plain tees, skinny jeans and a pair of ankle boots or my Stan Smith's and that's my wardrobe in a nutshell. So, adding a bit of pizzazz (this word needs to be used more) with a statement necklace is something I can definitely get on board with...

Happiness Boutique very kindly asked me if I'd liked to try out one of their statement necklaces and, after much deliberation, I opted for this gorgeous marble statement necklace*. Like most bloggers, I'm obsessed with anything marble so I guess this was a pretty obvious choice. 

I love this necklace. It's in your face but in a seriously good way and it just screams 'spring', in my opinion due to it's pastel tones.

I'm not much of a jewellery person at all but I can see this little guy making an appearance a lot over the upcoming months whenever I want to add a bit of sparkle to a dull outfit.

Make sure you check out the Happiness Boutique website if you're on the hunt for some sassy new jewellery. Their collections are seriously beaut and they even have a whole page dedicated to marble (insert heart-eyed emoji here) They're a Belgium online retailer but they offer free shipping worldwide which is fab. 

Ooh, and you can get 10% off purchases over 19 euros (about £15) at the moment, too, with my discount code: bethany-georgina which is valid until 9th April.
Are you a fan of statement necklaces?

*PR Sample

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