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What was the last piece of jewellery you bought?

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DaftSkunk Thu 27-Feb-14 10:34:52

I'm looking for cheap inspiration grin.

These were my last purchases from ASOS.

This

This

sunshinemmum Fri 28-Feb-14 11:00:45

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Got it off ebay its a john richards from dehbams but brought new it was 70 pounds got for 12:99

Looking at wedding rings at min ( on work break )

sunshinemmum Fri 28-Feb-14 11:10:39

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Sunshine I been on esty and found our weddings rings

sunshinemmum Fri 28-Feb-14 14:24:32

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frankietwospots Fri 28-Feb-14 14:54:18

Feck, mine broke within 2 hours of wearing it. But it can be fixed.

I just bought this bracelet in 3 tone gold at lunchtime.

Well, I say bought. I was in the shop cos they were giving out free champers and canapes, and having 25% off full price items. That brought it down to �30, and looky here, I happened to have a voucher for that very amount! So it was free, really.

I wear a lot of grey, and have started to buy more rose gold coloured items, so it seems like it'll be quite versatile.

HermioneWeasley Fri 28-Feb-14 16:17:31

frankietwospots. I've got that one!

Titanuim with purple and the purple is the writinv if dp wants plain one thats fine though love the blue strip ones gping email a few later to see if they do the style in purple

sunshinemmum Fri 28-Feb-14 16:54:54

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Sunshine I know when I was married the first time in the 90's I didnt feal like it was mine so many choices taken from me but now I cam choose theres so much choose and purple is my fav colour so it features alot

sunshinemmum Fri 28-Feb-14 18:58:32

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Yeah and only royalty would be allowed to wear it
grin

sunshinemmum Fri 28-Feb-14 19:22:37

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grin stars is fine

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