As you can see in the picture above, i went a little bit jewellery crazy. The majority of rings i currently own are either too big or too small and i only have a very small amount that actually fit. I tried some rings on in Primark while they were still attached to the label and the ones i've chosen are the ones that i liked and that fitted nicely. I did try on two statement rings and managed to get them stuck firmly on my finger which was rather embarrassing, but between me & my dad we managed to get them off, thankfully. I needed some necklaces too. I've recently sorted through all my necklaces and threw a lot away that i either don't wear or don't like. I picked up two layered necklaces, because they're all the rage at the moment and i'm loving them, and i picked up three that just sit nicely. Below you'll see the pieces more up close and i'll give you the prices (sooo cheap).
Primark Assorted Gold Rings £2.00 (similar here): I think for £2 you can't really go wrong in buying this in good ole Primark. You get 6 rings and are basically paying 33.3p for each one, and now that is pretty good. I love that their is quite a few different rings in the pack, 3 of them are a bit more bolder in size and the other 3 are a bit more dainty.
Primark Gold Statement Rings £3.00 (similar here): I love these rings, 3 statement pieces which i can add to my jewellery collection and that actually fit my fingers. They''re designs remind of what a Greek Goddess would wear on her fingers...this is just a cheaper rate version of that.
H&M Square Pendant Necklace £2.99: I saw this cute little square pendant necklace in H&M and just had to have it! It's super cute and something you can wear with anything really. I got a similar one that is also from H&M that you will see below.
Primark Two Colour Layered Arrow Necklace £2.00 (similar here): I saw this necklace and just thought it was awesome! I don't know how well you can see it, but on one side of the necklace it's gold and on the other side it's silver. I really like quirky things like this and think it's a great piece, and for such a good price too!
H&M Necklace With A Circle Pendant £1.99: I think this necklace is just lovely. It's so simplistic and i think it's important to have simple jewellery as well as statement. I have a layered necklace that has the circle pendant and when i saw this, i thought i could wear it layered with that necklace, but it'll also look great on it's own.
Primark Mixed Gold Rings £2.50 (similar here): For £2.50 how could i say no to this multipack of gold rings! There's a couple of statement rings and some that aren't as bold and some midi rings too! My problem with midi rings is that i always lose them and trying to go to the toilet when you have a midi ring on is just a recipe for disaster. You're bound to lose it. I hope i don't lose these midi rings because they're quite beautiful. All of them are infact!
Primark Heart Pendant Drop Necklace £1.00 (similar here): This is a type of necklace that i don't own and i thought it would be nice to add to my collection. I think the heart pendant is really sweet and then the drop diamante bit is just super cute. I think this will look great with just a plain white cami or something similar as it'll add a bit of bling to it.
Primark Three Row Pendant Necklace £3.00 (similar here): I love this necklace. I think parts of it look quite old fashioned, and i'm loving the fact part of it is silver at the top. This is such a statement piece of jewellery that you wouldn't need to accessorize any further.
Primark Gold Rings £2.00 (similar here): You can't go wrong with ring multipacks, if you know your size and they're cheap then it's a no brainer! I like that each of the rings is different, one with a pearl, and one with a flower, and some others that are a bit more simple. Pretty good deal for 6 rings cute rings!
So, this is my jewellery haul from when i went shopping the other day. Altogether i spent around £20 on all this. For £20 i got so much, so i'm really happy with what i got and the cost of it.
What's your favourite piece of jewellery at the moment?