Posted on March 14, 2013

Lily Charmed Necklace Review


A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to receive a beautiful necklace from Lily Charmed to review. I really love the Lily Charmed website and think the whole ‘design your own’ concept is brilliant! I think it makes gifts a little bit more special if you actually have a part in designing them. Lily Charmed offers a large range of silver charms, pearls & stones and silver letter charms which you can add to a range of necklaces and bracelets. They are all very reasonably priced making them the perfect gift!

Beautiful presentation

Beautiful presentation

My necklace came beautifully presented in a Lily Charmed box, inside was a little card which contained my necklace… as you can see from the below photo Lily Charmed even personalised my card for me 🙂 That’s another great thing about this gift; you can personalise the card yourself – you can add a message above and below the necklace window and can even choose the colour of the card making it very much your own gift!

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Presented on a lovely card.

I chose the standard sterling silver necklace (£15), silver heart charm (£14) and a silver letter charm (£10) – I am thrilled to bits with my necklace, it’s very simple and dainty and I wouldn’t hesitate to buy one for a gift or even another for myself! Altogether my charm necklace would have cost £39.00 and I would say it is worth every single penny! Delivery is free on orders over £30 and super quick too! Mine came the next day so I was super impressed!

My pretty necklace.

My pretty necklace.

For more information you can visit the Lily Charmed website and follow them on facebook & twitter.

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  • Reply Amanda @gidders1 March 15, 2013 at 4:52 pm

    Oh its lovely, and reminds me of a Carrie necklace.

  • Reply Anne Stone March 15, 2013 at 10:40 am

    That really is pretty, I think the presentation makes all the difference.

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