If you read my blog regularly you will know that I enjoy being a bit different, and use my clothing, nails and accessories as an outlet for my slight barminess and creativity. However, some of that has been lost since becoming a Mutti; finding the time to paint my nails, dye my hair, or iron clothes has become difficult, and I’m in danger of losing “Hannah”. So, when Esa from Lady Muck of Whitstable contacted me and asked whether I’d like to review some of her gorgeous, quirky jewellery as a “treat for me” I could have hugged her.
Lady Muck of Whitstable is an online shop selling Esa’s beautiful, original pieces. Lady Muck has a fabulous ethos as she believes “you can never have too much glamour in your life”, nor can one “ever overindulge in the curious or unusual.” I agree – I think I might adopt this philosophy! This belief is certainly apparent in her jewellery, with collections such as “Alice in Wonderland” (curiouser and curiouser) and “Folk Forest”.
I was lucky enough to be sent a beautiful Butterfly pendant and a wonderful teacup ring to review.
The Butterfly pendant is made of cherrywood and is absolutely stunning. I’ve worn it almost every day since receiving it, and have had so many positive comments!
The butterfly itself is intricately detailed as you can see from the photo. The chain is delicate and tin-plated. As it’s made from cherrywood it’s incredibly versatile, and can be worn with both casual and smart clothing. I honestly have nothing bad to say about this product. It has even been pulled by a very strong Busby and came out on top! Definitely a winner in my books. The Butterfly pendant costs £20, and is available to buy on the Lady Muck of Whitstable website here.
As an avid tea lover this ring is perfect for me. I have slim fingers so always struggle to find rings that fit me; luckily this ring can be made bigger or smaller as the band is expandable, and the smallest size fits snuggly on my middle finger.
The band is silver-plated. The teacup is super cute, with a beautiful flower “dot” pattern; once again, I’ve had lots of positive comments about the ring when I’ve worn it out. The only slightly negative thing I would say is that I’m constantly catching it on things as the teacup is fairly protrusive, and I do fear that it may break off – but it’s still stuck on fast! The Teacup Ring costs £8 and comes in a variety of patterns. They are available to buy on the Lady Muck of Whitstable website here.
Now Readers you are in for a treat! I have this gorgeous pair of Lady Muck of Whitstable cherrywood Magpie stud earrings to giveaway (worth £10).
All you have to do to enter is visit the Lady Muck of Whitstable website and let me know your favourite item from the collection by leaving a comment below. Please be sure to leave a method of contact (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, blog, email) so I can get hold of you if you win. You don’t have to be a Blogger to enter!
Terms & Conditions:
– The giveaway ends at midnight on Sunday 5th May 2013
– One entry per person
– A winner will be randomly picked out of a hat, and informed via Twitter/Facebook/blog/Instagram/email
– The winner will be announced below in the comments on Monday 6th May 2013
Good luck! And thanks for entering!
*I received the Lady Muck of Whitstable Butterfly Pendant, Teacup Ring and Magpie studs free of charge for the purpose of this review. All views and opinions expressed in this post are my own.*