I make no secret that I love jewellery. Most recently I have been loving bracelets, I have a fair few and love to stack them up depending on what I'm doing or wearing. When I was offered the chance to review a bracelet from the rather fabulous company ChloBo I jumped at the chance. After having a little look through the website I couldn't wait receive my item, after all there were loads of items that caught my eye.
A little bit about ChloBo...... the brand is focused on freedom of global travel and the spirit that adventure brings (I love this!), everything is hand crafted and made to order within the UK - how good is that! They are the original stacking jewellery website and the charm bracelets carry much meaning and significance to reflect positive philosophies of life and to enhance and express individuality.
Firstly, when it arrived in its hot pink presentation bag I may have got a little exited......after all pink is my favourite colour and the bag was just a little taster of what was inside. Nestled within some hot pink tissue paper was a beautiful box with ChloBo proudly displayed on the top. The box itself is gorgeous too, it has a little draw with a little metal handle to pull the jewellery out. When I pulled the little draw out there sat a beautiful rose gold plated elephant charm bracelet (RRP £90.00). It was love at first sight, such a pretty bracelet!
The elephant charm bracelet is part of a collection that all have a small charm which means something different to each of them. The elephant is a sign of peace and good luck.
There is also the angel wing (spirituality, protection and love), the butterfly (a luck symbol representing love and new beginnings), a heart (love and passion), lock and key (a symbol of treasured love), peace (cherish, peace and love), buddha (a protective sy,bol believed to bring luck and positivity), the hasma hand (believed to bring happiness, luck, health and good fortune), OM (a symbol of serenity and calm) and finally a tassel (distracts evil and negativity with its fluid movement).
I have been getting alot of wear out the bracelet, because of the simplistic but beautiful design I find it the first item of jewellery I reach for no matter what I'm wearing. It's super easy to slip on as it's made from a tough stretch elastic (maybe, I'm too sure but it's strong and stretchy). It's such a delicate piece of jewellery but I really like that it sits on my wrist and feels secure and looks lovely.
I also love the little ChloBo tag on the bracelet so people can see where it is from, it's a lovely added touch. Overall I love my ChloBo bracelet and I wouldn't hesitate adding to the collection with some other charm bracelets, or something else out of the lovely selection on the website.
Have you heard of ChloBo before? If not, go and have a nose!!!
* Please note I was ever so kindly sent the bracelet free of charge in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are that of my own.