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Lucky Eyes Designer Jewellery London

I love myself a bit of designer jewellery, especially unusual pieces that you cannot find on the high street. Lucky Eyes Jewellery is an online jewellery outlet specialising in 18 carat yellow or rose gold designer jewellery pieces  made using semi-precious stones and the highest quality of crystals that are edgy, unconventional yet elegant and feminine in an unusual manner. You can also find them at 16 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London if you'd like to have a sneak peek at their collection in person.

How do you define 'pretty' jewellery? For me it's a little bit of goth, a touch of bohemian with a dash of city chic. I like bold jewellery pieces but not over the top, in your face ones if you know what I mean. It's usually chunky yet structured silver plated jewellery that I like and Lucky Eyes ticks all those boxes perfectly. Apparently the silver jewellery line was initiated by Sue Devici in London who is a construction engineer hence the defined yet intricate work in all her pieces.

I personally love her bracelets shown above. The studded owl is super cute but I like how the blue belt tones it down, making it wearable in the day. I know you see owls in every jewellery store these days and thank god for the slightly different take here in the form of the tilted owl - just makes it that tad bit unique. The skull bracelet is so unique too as usually you'll see super huge, kind of scary skulls in costume jewellery but the one here is delicate and dare I say cute! Even if you've never worn a skull as a part of a bracelet before, I can totally see any girly girl sporting this because the gothic nature of the skull is balanced out with the beautiful hot pink beads. Genius!

Aaah...and the 'dream' bracelet would be my statement bracelet. The combination of the pale gold, champagne belt and the white crystals makes it look absolutely surreal and fairytale like.

If you're a sucker for rose gold jewellery like me, how about these stunning pieces below. Such classic pieces these are for the wedding season in my opinion. Understated, flattering, muted yet eye catching and thought after. They'd look effortlessly beautiful with a white or cream outfit. I am planning a holiday to Italy soon and couldn't help but wonder how fantastic these would look with a tan and a boho chic maxi dress.

Who likes the 'Hamsa Hand' when it comes to designer jewellery by the way? I cannot tell you how 'in' this is. It's been in trend from a while now and is still going strong. I have seen them come and go in tonnes of retail outlets but these by Lucky Eyes are by far the most innovative ones I have come across. Did you know the 'hand' has religious history behind it in the sense that it is supposed to ward off the evil eye, bring good luck and happiness. This is how it originally started becoming a part of jewellery, before which it used to be displayed on decorative items in people's homes. Quite a cool way of incorporating some culture in your apparel I think. 

If you’re looking to invest in good quality, contemporary designer jewellery pieces with a bit of an edgy kick to it, have a look at what Lucky Eyes have to offer.

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Sheefa. 29. London. Spamming the web with ramblings on hair, eye shadow, skincare & cosmetic hoarding in general since 2008. Grab a cuppa and kick back!
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