Olivia rose cuff This chic and bold cuff is ideal for the fashionista especially if you like your jewellery to make a statement. This rose gold cuff comes in a matte colour which sweeps across the entire rose gold cuff bracelet and it also has a slight wavy edge to the design to give it intrigue and originality. This rose gold bracelet is incredibly unique and on trend, whether you team it with jeans or a dress you will be getting envious looks whenever you wear it!
Heart over head charm bangle If you are after a more romantic looking bracelet, or you like heart charms and emblems then this rose gold bangle is the one for you. The oversized bangle has a statement heart charm that dangles gracefully on the wrist. This rose gold bangle is an ideal wear for everyday and a great girlie gift that will turn heads.
Shine like a star bracelet If your style is more subtle and elegant then this simple, dainty and stunning rose gold star bracelet is a must have for all jewellery collectors. The star bracelet features a rose gold chain and upon it sits a delicate rose gold star coated in diamante crystals. This rose gold bracelet is one of our popular buys, the star charm on this bracelet is just adorable and the chain will adjust to fit on any wrist.
Three times the love bracelet. If you want a rose gold bracelet that has more romance but that is still subtle then this unusually striking and beautiful silver and rose gold charm bracelet is the one for you. This bejewelled piece of jewellery is one that you will want to wear every day, the hearts sit elegantly on the wrist and the silver chain that it is all strung on is delicate but robust; a stunning bracelet to gift yourself or someone special.
Faith guardian angel bracelet If you are a big fan of angels or know someone that is then this is the perfect rose gold bracelet. This precious guardian angel bracelet symbolises love, friendship and protection. The silver angel bracelet features a simple silver chain attached on it is a rose gold plated circle charm inscribed with the words ‘Guardian Angel’
The rule with jewellery for your body type is that really there is no rule. If you like what you see and you want to wear then do it. We do have some suggestions on accentuating your best features with jewellery but these are only suggestions. All bodies are beautiful, and you should wear whatever jewellery you feel you want to wear.
Necklaces and chokers – are both great ways of drawing attention to your neck, face and chest area. If you want to draw more attention to your chest and bust area, then longer line necklaces are great for doing that. If you want the attention away from your bust and chest and more towards your neck and face then shorter necklaces, chokers and long earrings are the ideal options. One thing to bear in mind with chokers is that if you do have a shorter neck then they can extra width to your face, longer necks look great in chokers but a longer necklace can add further length so a shorter necklace would suit.
Earrings- studs or statements – basic symmetry applies to earrings, statement and chunky earrings do add a little more depth and width to your face and longer line earrings, drops and smaller studs tend to do the opposite. Longer oval hoops also add length and wider circular hoops add width, however the depth or thickness of the earring also has an impact so barely there thinner hoops and earrings will look more slimming and wider, thicker widths will add more fullness.
Bangles, bracelets and cuffs – Very similar to earrings chunkier cuffs and bracelets will add width to the wrist and arms, stacked bangles will also do the same. Thinner single bangles or light chain bracelets will add a more elegant look whilst helping to elongate arms and wrists.
Rose gold first came about during 19th-century Imperial Russia. Carl Fabergé a well-known jeweller to the czars in Russia, mixed yellow gold and copper as an experiment and it created a blush toned colour which was originally known as ‘Russian gold’. He used this in one of his most famous creations the Faberge Eggs. This increased the popularity of the pinky metal and it became very popular with the other jewellers across the world. During World War II, platinum was vital to the war efforts, so its use was restricted and prohibited. As a result, rose gold once again became the most popular metal used in jewellery. Today rose gold has become more popular due to its pinky colour, the styles of jewellery that have been created using it and also its durability. The demand for rose gold jewellery still continues to this day and it looks like its hear to stay for a while.
Ever wondered what the benefits of wearing a copper bracelet were? Ever wondered what the drawbacks to wearing one would be? If you are looking for more information about copper, copper bracelets and a honest portrayal of copper bracelets then look no further, you’ve come to the right place! We at DEMI+CO have put together a list of pro’s and cons of wearing a copper bracelet.
Copper is an essential nutrient required in our bodies; copper does no harm when it worn. Copper has been used as a health aid for decades and it is a pure metal like silver and gold, it is a malleable metal and it conducts heat in a similar manner. Copper wristbands can help with a number of ailments and may help with achy joints and poor circulation. Copper is also a very durable and long-lasting material; it has been used for centuries and has lasted centuries also. Historically copper was used for utensils like pots and spoons before it was worn as jewellery. Nowadays copper can be used for a number of things from homeware, electrical as well as beauty and jewellery.
Here at DEMI+CO, we liked to have a bit of fun and creativity with our blog posts. We’re interested in learning more about star signs, Astrology and Astronomy and although these areas are very complex, we wanted to put together a fun guide on some of the common traits attributed to star signs.
There are 12 signs in the zodiac and which one you are depends on when in the year you were born. Over time, each sign has been associated with different things, from myths to animals, colours to personality traits. There are four elements that the signs fit under; Air, Earth, Fire and Water, and these all contribute certain traits to each sign that they correspond with.
Are you fed up with skimming through stylish pictures of interiors on Pinterest? Are you fed up with looking at glamourous homes in interior magazines or can’t stand the thought of venturing to that well know blue and yellow home store?
Well…we may have a fool proof way and may we call it the easy way to getting your home glam, stylish with your own personal stamp without it costing the earth.
What’s the catch? Well there isn’t one, by the time you have read this post not only will you armed with all the knowledge and tips you need to make your house and rooms look divine, but you will hopefully have a list of things that you need (that you can get from us 😊) to get you started on making your interiors the best ever!
We at DEMI+CO have put together a list of all the questions you could think of about interiors, wall art, paintings, word art prints and added our research, knowledge and a few suggestions to help you along your way. Before you think oh gosh is this going to be the run of the mill advice that will make my home look the same as everyone else...well no! We believe in being quirky and embracing it, we believe in mixing styles, antique with high street, fashion wall art to animal prints and more juxtaposing all the things you like in a way that makes it you – in a way that only YOU can do it!