Thursday, January 19, 2012

Anjolee Jewellery Review

Ring- c/o Anjolee; Skirt (worn like this) Vintage; Blouse & Necklace- Thrifted; Heels- Priceless Shoes UK; Nail Polish- Stiletto Red by Rimmel
Here comes the bride...well not quite yet but I recently got the opportunity to review a gemstone and cubic zirconia ring for Anjolee so I briefly felt like a blushing bride (minus the white dress and wedding jitters). I tend to gravitate towards bigger is better jewellery pieces so it was a nice change to wear something so delicate and elegant. I chose the citrine stone because I think the colour is unique, yet could easily be incorporated into your wardrobe.  

Be sure to check out Anjolee for diamond wedding ring, anniversary ring and bridal sets while visions of prancing down the aisle dance in your head! (cheesy I know but lately I've been thinking of nothing but proposal, wedding, honeymoon, baby!)
{Full Disclosure: Anjolee provided me with this gemstone and cz ring for review however all content and opinions expressed are mine. I have not been financially compensated by Anjolee for this product review.}

{Pssst wonder why these photos looks so much better than my regular indoor shots? That's because I finally got my new camera- but more on that tomorrow!}


  1. I guess I like bigger jewelry too. Especially rings and necklaces. I have a large bone stucture and little things disappear on me!
    It is pretty. I just took a little trip with you to Italy..Oh, the dreams, the dreams. Maybe someday!
    I'm missing you on the trending link up... get your little neutral butt over and have some fun!
    Hope the new job is going well. Mine currently is a disaster. Can't talk about it for a little while longer than I'll probably have a lot to say:)

  2. Oh, that skirt is gorgeous. I absolutely LOVE it and your styling.

  3. I really love the ring! It's dainty and a very sweet touch to the outfit. But I agree with you... Bold, statement jewelry is a little more my style too. Thanks for sharing the review with us!

    Callie @

  4. You made such a great choice - I love the ring! And can't wait to hear more about the new camera.

    Courtney ~

  5. i love your lace skirt and the ring is so pretty!

    Chic on the Cheap

  6. what a beautiful ring! it's a nice simple elegant choice! and loving that red skirt and black pattern top. i really need a new camera too!

  7. what a lovely ring you got. Great choice. Goes really well with a delicate lacy skirt and a feminine pokka dot blouse. A nice change from your usual style, this is totally classy and elegant.


  8. oh, congrats on the new camera! :)
    this is a beautiful ring of course and I also like your red lace midi skirt. seems like midis are very popular lately :P

    Maikeni blogi - part of me

  9. Amazing ring and review!!! Very nice and inspiring! I confess, I would love to get a diamond ring! (I have some, but I got as family presents). I want from someone special - but you know what, I'm almost giving it up! Last time I heard "look, you have so many that you don't need a guy giving you another one" - how great is to listen to this... (I must laugh!)
    I checked the site out and the rings are just fabulous!

  10. I'm in love with that skirt! You look fab!

    Adorable kitty! I just posted a pick with my Lola at my feet too haha.

  11. Such a pretty ring! Very nice! And that skirt is amazing! The lace detail is really lovely!!

  12. you picked a lovely ring, Emily! it's definitely super versatile for everday wear too!
    ♥ laura
    the blog of worldly delights

  13. let's talk about the texture in your scarlet skirt, & how your nails coordinate with it perfectly. oh, & that ring is a whimsical gem. :)

  14. Pretty ring! I love colored gemstones. My wedding band has alternating emeralds and diamonds (from Tiffany's, yea!). I wanted to be able to wear green every day.

    I'm really liking your red, white, and black outfit. Looks like a date outfit for Valentine's Day. Who knows, maybe you'll get a ring then? Or you could always propose to your man?

  15. The red lace looks great with the black polka dots, cool take on pattern mixing :)


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