I have a bit of a love for jewellery - I think it is always a great way to show off your personality and can help to make an outfit unique just by adding in the accessories of your choice and lately I feel in love with this beautiful vintage style necklace from Trinze. Trinze are an independent online fashion jewellery retailer, with their pieces being sourced from a number of different places, they look to offer the latest in trends with their lines and offer each piece at an affordable price.
They kindly offered me the chance to review something for them and kindly allowed me to have the pick of their website (which I have to admit offered a tough choice). However, in the end, I decided that it just had to be this beautiful vintage style necklace. Made from a metal base it has an antiqued silver finish and acrylic decoration, it features a lobster clasp closure and can be adjusted in length by around 3 / 3.5 inches.
The necklace (minus the extension) comes in at around 15 / 16 inches - so offers quite a short close to the neckline piece, that can be further extended depending on preference. It is quite sturdy in make, but it isn't as heavy as I thought perhaps it might be.
Design wise the necklace is made in such a way it falls perfectly, thanks to the small amount of movement allowed between each of the randomly shaped segment of the necklace. Said movement allows the acrylic decoration to catch the light and when it does, the pieces almost change colour depending on how and where, it is reflecting the light from. The remaining segments are given an antiqued silver finish which features plaited detailing to really help give this necklace a unique look. While the necklace almost shouts random - the two sides are actually completely symmetrical, it is just the fact there is so many different shapes and sizes that seem to suggest otherwise. If you fancy getting your hands on this beauty then make sure you pop over to the Trinze website where it costs £26.50.
What do you think of this necklace, can you see yourself rocking it?