6.10.13

Spoilt Cow Jewellery - Luxury Costume Jewellery

I was having a look around the web for some interesting jewellery pieces and came across a website called Spoilt Cow and was left gobsmacked by the selection of state of the art pieces of jewellery. The jewellery pieces reminded me of the runway but with a more wearable twist to them. Apparently they are inspired by traditional, ethnic jewellery but have been given that contemporary touch to appeal to the young, chic fashionistas of today. The luxury costume jewellery they stock is by a premium make named Isharya, which is actually made by two Indian women in Los Angeles with modern Indian glamour in mind. Having a quick search around, I found Spoilt Cow to be one of the few online retailers in the UK to stock Isharya at an affordable price.

The stunning pieces of costume jewellery cum art have been flaunted globally by celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Eva Longoria, Carly Rae, Abbie Cornish, Robin Tunney as well as being featured by magazines such as Marie Claire in Paris and Bella in NYC. My favourite are these Black Jasper Goddess Honeycomb Earrings which have actually been sold out in the USA and I can see why! Such a perfect way to wear drop down earrings whilst still looking classy and sophisticated. Would look great paired with a little black dress or a chiffon maxi with hair tied up in a messy bun. 

Black Jasper Goddess Honeycomb Earrings
Kim Kardashian wearing White Jade Single Wire Cuff by Spoilt Cow
Don't you just love how they have named their online store Spoilt Cow? Well to be honest, that can actually be a nickname for all us jewellery loving girls out there. I personally love to spoil myself occasionally with luxurious purchases and being a beauty blogger, it's sometimes quite a refreshing change to opt for jewellery instead of make-up. I have slowly started wearing more jewellery, albeit occasionally and my only reason to stay clear of it is because I do not like looking over the top. So when I come across online portals like Spoilt Cow that do subtle, understated and classy pieces of costume jewellery that be thrown on easily and can quickly become evening staples, it's impossible for me not to rave about them. 

The stackable rings that you see below have pearls encrusted in them with an 18k gold plated brass finish. I adore the texture of the rings and multi-dimensional effect of the stones. It looks casual and dressy at the same time, depending on what you pair it with. Shouldn't all jewellery be just as versatile eh? 


The Black Vendome Square Cuff you see above is something I am obsessed with and it has topped my wish list since I've laid my eyes on it. For £45, it's a stunner. It's edginess and delicate gold detailing has had me going all gaga over it. Compared to Topshop and Zara jewellery, I feel these have more depth and uniqueness to them. If you are looking to avoid run of the mill jewellery, these stunning classics would make great Christmas presents. 

2 comments:

Gauri said...

This looks really fun!!!

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Jennifer Green said...

There are different kinds of head bands which you can use for every occasion or mood that you’re in. Most of these pieces are fashion headbands which also come in a plethora of shapes, sizes, prices and designs. Good thing they’re getting more and more creative each day!
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