FFF’s Christmas Gift Guide: Christmas Sparkles

Christmas Sparkles

Continuing my Christmas gift guide, I’ve got a bevy of beauties here that would certainly be welcome under my tree (at least, the ones I haven’t purchased already, *cough*).

On the top left is this beautiful Effervescence bracelet from Links of London (£150 here). Stylish any time of the year, the shape of the trinkets reminds me of jingle bells! In the middle are a pretty pair of pinecone earrings from Hush (£20 here) – I love the way they look like Christmas decorations without being gaudy or over the top. Next is the Crystal Olivia Bib from BaubleBar ($48 here). I love a big statement necklace laid over the top of a chunky winter knit, and I think this looks perfect, with its stones that remind me of winter, snow and ice!

On the second row is an item I’ve been obsessed with, BaubleBar’s Celestial Drop earrings ($34 here). They’ve been sold out in the gold for days, but you better believe I’m refreshing the page every time I go online, waiting for them to be available again! Wouldn’t they be perfect on New Year’s Eve?! On the other side is the Opal Bloom strand necklace, also from BaubleBar ($48 here) – a more delicate statement necklace for your Christmas jumper or dress.

On the final row, the Crystal Flurry bracelet from BaubleBar ($38 here) is another beautiful piece of jewellery that seems inspired by the winter weather. Next is the Crystal Mason ring ($28 here), another item that I’ve stalked on BaubleBar for a long time – I really love unusual statement rings! And finally, a piece I purchased recently, this delicate McQ Swallow bracelet (£55 here). The swallow is one of McQ’s two statement motifs: the other being razor blades… Not my thing! This bracelet, however, is right up my street!

Will any of these be featuring under your tree this year? Or are you stalking any other pretty baubles?

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