You guys know just how much I love my gold jewellery pieces. From dainty pieces I talked about here to statement iconic costume jewellery that will let you party the night away. But instead of shopping in the usual high street spots I was super excited when the Etsy Shop Sun and Day (here) reached out because there is something about shopping with smaller unique shops. The benefits for one is that your purchases are unique yet sustainable, they are almost of the limited edition kind so you now you are purchasing and getting something that can be categorised under vintage!
But what I adore most about the Sun and Day shop is the arty yet minimalist take on statement earrings like these gold nugget drop earrings I am wearing here or the irregular gold plated earrings I am wearing here. They are beautifully gold plated and heavy in wear which I love as it makes me feel like I m getting good value for moneys worth! You can also get unique personalised woven baskets and sandals., which are going to be a big trend for next SS19 and these ones are sure enough not going to break the bank!
I also have the gold initial pendant necklace in S, and it’s my go-to every day necklace at the moment. Think of Aimee Song wearing her Celine version (which is a little on the pricey side) but initial necklaces are going to be even bigger next season and this one I’m wearing here is budget friendly which is a great investment piece for getting into trends that you may not want to spend a fortune on.
So if you’re like me and you have already booked up your SS19 plans then I’ve picked a few of my favourite pieces from this beautiful etsy shop that’s not only budget and sustainable friendly but will be sure to make you stand out from the crowd!
Pearl Clips– Because these are going to be everywhere and totally affordable version
Personalised woven sandals – I’ll be bringing these to Mykonos in May
Initial gold pendant necklace (comes with chain)
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This post is in collaboration with Sun and Day Shop via Etsy. All Images and opinions are that of my own. All images shot and directed BY Santina Harrison of Hues of White