Friday, 28 March 2014
We have a lot to thank Denmark for - LEGO, Bang & Olufsen, minimalist furniture and clothes and of course - jewellery. Some of my favorite jewellery comes from Georg Jensen, Dyrberg/Kern and Pilgrim, and I always stop by these stores when I'm in Denmark so today I thought I would share with you the loot from my latest visit to Pilgrim. Jewellery from Pilgrim has a very unique, contemporary and innovative look and I'm always very excited to check out the latest collections in the shops. Since I am rarely seen without a chunky cocktail ring of some sort, I am particularly fond of their range of rings that cover festival and boho styles as well as the more demure and classic, so the first thing I picked up was a gold plated ring with different sized gold gold nuggets. It's a sleek and stylish but fun statement ring, and you can easily adjust the size of it for a perfect fit. Unfortunately I haven't been able to find this specific ring online, however it was priced at £24.99 and you can find similar styles in the Pilgrim online store.
Gold Plated Heart and Crystal Bracelet (£27.99). It's a stretch bracelet so it'll fit most wrists and I love the slightly textured, aged look of the gold plating and the stunning crystal encrusted heart with the Pilgrim logo on it. Even though there's enough bling to satisfy a magpie like myself, it's also discreet enough that you can easily wear it for any every day occasion. The second bracelet is the Pink Gold and Crystal Heart Bracelet (£28.40), which also is a stretch model but it's a little bit more dainty with tiny crystals at the tip of each heart for a more elegant look. I think these bracelets will compliment each other because of the contrasting metal, textures and styles, and if my experiment with layering works well, I might invest in at least one more bracelet from Pilgrim. What type of metal do you think I should get - rose gold, gold or maybe even silver?