I’ve always adored beautiful jewellery, since I was little I’ve been drawn to pretty sparkly things. When my grandma ran her antique shop, I used to love looking at all the pretty pieces of jewellery she had and occasionally I’d be able to take something home. As an adult my collection is full of a mixture of vintage and beautiful modern pieces. So I was delighted to be able to work with one of my favourite jewellery brands – Thomas Sabo on this post. I chose a couple of pieces from their stunning vintage inspired collection and they are absolutely beautiful.
I first spotted their Tree of Love jewellery in their shop a few months ago and just fell in love with the beautiful delicate designs. They come in a selection of 18k gold and rose gold plated and silver finishes. I was drawn to the gold finish as I had wanted more gold pieces in my collection and I had lots of outfits I wanted to wear them with.
I chose a beautiful necklace and matching bracelet. I love how delicate both pieces are, while still being really eye-catching. They can be worn on their own, as a pair, but could also be stackable with other pieces, which I really like.
I love the versatility of this gorgeous set. It would look equally lovely with a simple outfit of jeans and a t-shirt, as it does with a pretty vintage dress. I like jewellery that fits my life style as a busy working mum, but also as a blogger who owns way too many lovely dresses! I’ve worn it here with an original 1950s dress and vintage bag.
The Vintage Collection from Thomas Sabo takes it’s inspiration from beautiful vintage jewellery of the past, all given a lovely modern makeover. The range retains that classic nostalgic feel that I love and is full of pieces to keep and treasure forever. The range includes gorgeous coin charms, lockets and signet rings and has something for every taste from delicate vintage to retro, bohemian and bolder 80s inspired pieces. There are pieces for most budgets and lots of wonderful ideas for Christmas gifts.
The Tree of Love collection, is a gorgeous symbolic range, inspired by the tree of life and all it’s many meanings. The range has many beautiful pieces from simple pieces like the ones I chose, to more intricate pieces featuring coloured stones. They would make wonderful gifts to celebrate a special occasion or new beginning.
“Representing the unbreakable bond to all things around you, the tree of life is a symbol of connection to both humanity and nature. The tree has roots that reach deeply into the soil, connecting it to Mother Earth from which it takes the nourishment. The leaves and branches extend into the sky, accepting the energy radiating from the Sun who transforms the nourishment into vital energy.”
There are also lots of the gorgeous charms, that Thomas Sabo are known for. So if you’re looking to start a new charm collection or want to add something lovely to an existing charm bracelet or pendent, there are lots of lovely things in both the Vintage and Tree of Love collections.
I absolutely love the gold necklace, which is just the right length to wear with most of my dresses. I didn’t want anything too long, because I wear lots of v-necks, so this was a perfect length for me. I love the details on the chain as well. I’m looking forward to wearing this lots and mixing and matching it with other pieces I own.
I really like to stack my bracelets so I’ve been having a look at the full range of women’s bracelets on the website and there are some beautiful choices. Maybe I’ll treat myself for my birthday next month!
I am so happy with the new additions to my jewellery collection and feel very inspired for some gifts ideas I have. My oldest daughter is turning 13 next year and I’d love to get her something special to mark the occasion. I’d also eventually like to start charm bracelets for each girl and I’ve definitely got lots of ideas now. Jewellery makes such a special and memorable gift and is something that can really be treasured.
Find the full ranges on the Thomas Sabo website.
Thank you to Thomas Sabo for gifting me these gorgeous pieces and for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.