NAME necklaces. Which Sex and the City affectionate can ever forget the nameplate necklace worn by Carrie Bradshaw? For anyone that isn’t familiar with Sex and the City, they might seem a bit chavvy. Or retro, since prior to Carrie Bradshaw, the name necklace had already been worn and made famous by tons of ’80s celebrities… and tweens.
Wearing an individualised item is surely a unique way of standing out from the crowd and expressing your inner fashionista. One and one always equals two, and it’s safe to say that personalised items are bound to be a hit.
It was Carrie Bradshaw, however, that made the necklace boom. Now, like many ’80s and ’90s fashion highlights, the name necklace is back. And what better way to add a little fun to your summer wardrobe?
In current times, creativity and uniqueness are on the top of everybody’s wish list, from teenagers to lost twentysomethings looking to make a fashion statement. Wearing an individualised item is surely a unique way of standing out from the crowd and expressing your inner fashionista. One and one always equals two, and it’s safe to say that personalised items are bound to be a hit.
Online jewellers, Jewellery Personalised, make it easy for you to create your own jewellery. What’s more, prices are very affordable – often 50 per cent less than on the high street. The actual ‘Carrie’ necklace was 14-carat gold with a 16-inch yellow gold chain with a tiny diamond that dotted the letter ‘i’. On this website, the necklace costs between £125 and £200.
Who says you have to go to a designer jewellers to be stylish! When we’re on the subject of style, Jewellery Personalised is as good as the world’s premier jeweller, Tiffany & Co. Their designs are reminiscent of the American high-end jewellers – for only a fraction of the price.
There are four possibilities for your new unique and special necklace. You can choose between 9-carat gold, 18-carat gold-plated on sterling silver, 9-carat white gold and 925 sterling silver. The diamond is a fabulous addition, but, of course, optional. Any name up to ten letters, or any word for that matter, is available. The name necklace is an absolute classic, you just can’t go wrong.
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