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Gemporia | Flora Ring | Review & Images








I was gobsmacked when the girls at Gemporia first got in touch with me. I felt so lucky for them to have spotted my blog and instagram account! They sent me over their brand spanking new collections to check out and pick an item that stood out to me and to review.

I can tell you now that it was a solid decision. They have some beautiful pieces in their new collections.
The collections that stood out to me most were the 'Flora' collection, 'Azure' collection and the 'Csarite' collection! So you need to keep those beady eyes out for these.
I ended up picking the 'Multi Gemstone Rose Gold Plated Sterling Silver Ring' from the 'Flora' collection because the colours in that collection are bloody gorgeous. They suit me down to a tee. Rose gold is something that i am in love with if you haven't noticed too. It costs £58 which you can order on their website. It looks so much more expensive i know!

It was that kind of delivery day when you're sat round the letter box for its arrival. Sad i know but all bloggers know the feeling. Even if you're not a blogger and you have ordered something spectacular then you get it!

I got the size L/M but wish i got the J/K as it's a tad too big but i ordered the bigger size thinking that i hate it when rings dig in and make your fingers look fat. Damn sausage fingers! I normally buy size small rings in high street shops if this helps with sizing but they have their own size chart that you can print out and measure a ring that you own up against the ring chart which says which size you should get.

It is perfect and i am in love with it! It sparkles in every light.
Their prices start from £17 so do not be put off by prices as they have a huge range of prices! 

Check out their website girls...http://www.gemporia.com/en-gb/

and to any boys, you would be king of the good books if you got her something ;)

I am warning you though, expect it featured in lots of #OOTD shots on my instagram account! (if you dont follow me then you should, click on my face up there ----> and it should take you to my account!)

Do you like it?

LLC x

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