Cheap Frills: Golden Egg

Earlier this month, Cheap Frills (a cute little jewellery shop in Brighton) posted on Instagram about an up and coming, ‘while stocks last’ golden egg that would hold 5 mystery pieces of spring-themed jewellery.

I eagerly waited until the item went live online and snapped one up within seconds – I couldn’t help myself! Spring jewellery? Er, yes please! Teaser items were posted on Instagram, such as a tiny silver squirrel and a two-charm honeycomb and bee necklace – I hoped I’d get both in my mystery egg but I didn’t think I’d have a chance at being so lucky.

Cheap Frills Golden Egg Spring Jewellery Review

The golden egg arrived in the post yesterday, and it turns out I was wrong. Both cute necklaces were included in my lucky dip! I was so pleased with the jewellery that I just had to share what I got with you.

Here are the mystery pieces that I received:

Cheap Frills Golden Egg Spring Jewellery Review

Cheap Frills Golden Egg Spring Jewellery Review

Cheap Frills Golden Egg Spring Jewellery Review

Cheap Frills Golden Egg Spring Jewellery Review

Cheap Frills Golden Egg Spring Jewellery Review

The chains on the three necklaces are such a great length too. I guess I’m quite little, but on me they fall right in the center of my chest: a middle ground between the choker-types I normally wear and the long, dangling jumper necklaces. The ring is adjustable and the bunny pin will look so bloody cute on little jackets and tops in the spring. Can the weather just warm up a little bit now, please!?

If you want to see what else Cheap Frills has to offer (because the golden egg was limited edition and quickly sold out) then check out the website here!

(This isn’t a sponsored post, I’m just super enthusiastic about cute jewellery…)

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-Morgan

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11 thoughts on “Cheap Frills: Golden Egg

  1. Gosh, I haven’t worn stuff like this in years, not since I was a student, lol… Glad you got what you wanted. 🙂 I really liked the “druzy sparkle” pattern…very pretty…reminded me of pictures of the night sky from space. 🙂

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