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Cartier Love Bracelet Look-a-like

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Well ever since Kendal and Kylie Jenner have been on the scene I’ve know about these Cartier Love bracelets and I’m in love. But at around four thousand pounds I think it’s a tad out of my price range. Sooooo I’ve found this look-a-like.
I found them on Instagram which made me check out their website. Which I fell in love with a watch but that’s a different story.
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This is what I received in the post today which was a lush surprise. (The bracelet not the watch). I ordered it off their website which works in dollars, was around $32 which worked out about £25 and I paid $10 for postage and then had to pay £11.50ish for a customs charge. I knew it was going to work out around £45 altogether but I thought I was either that or £4,000.
Postage was around 2/3 weeks which I was pleased with and was worth the wait.
Check them out.
http://www.shopebbo.com
LLC x

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