Monday, 29 November 2010

Gogo Philip

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necklace - gogo phillip

I realise I didn't show a close up of my jewellery on my Friday outfit post, but this is the necklace I wore with my new dress. The ever so marvelous Amy (who blogs at Wolfwhistle, as if you don't know her already!) has what must be such an awesome day job doing PR and fun online things for among others, Gogo Phillip and she kindly sent me this necklace.

The brand is sold in Topshop and has a really gorgeous range of very affordable things. I asked for something gold and delicate, and Amy really delivered. I love that because this necklace is so tiny and dainty it basically goes with everything I own, and never looks over the top even if I heap it on with tons of other jewellery, as I've recently taken to doing!

13 comments:

St├ęphanie said...

Lovely !

Leia said...

What a pretty necklace!

Leia

fritha louise said...

It's so pretty! I wear big chunky rings all the time, but when it comes to necklaces I love delicate pretty things the most.

daisychain said...

Ohh that's so pretty!

Sherin said...

That's such a pretty necklace. I do love delicate pieces. I think Gogo Phillips is great. I have a Gogo Phillips bracelet, which I defintiely don't wear as much as I'd like.

Lauren said...

Harriet, that necklace is a beaut!

vint junky said...

Oh prettiness.
How lovely is amy!

x

PinkBow said...

This necklace is so pretty, delicate & feminine. You'll wear it loads I bet!

mckenzie. said...

how utterly gorgeous. i shall follow you and your wonderful blog, miss harriet. :)

Kate said...

It's so delicate & suits you so well! Also your hair looks so cute poking out of your hat, I do love this cut on you.

beingdena said...

such a pretty necklace Harriet. Will you be going to the Aussie xmas market? hope so, because I love to see you again x

Style Eyes said...

Love this necklace. I am really craving delicate jewelleruy at the moment.

Christy said...

That's such a lovely dainty necklace. Sometimes the prettiest things are the simplest.

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