Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Prairie Charms - handmade accessories boutique

I love the way jewellery and accessories finish off an outfit. I'm no fashionista, I wear what I want, what I think is pretty, not what the magazines say I should be wearing.. I like different, quirky accessories; the more original the better. I recently fell in love with a jewellery stall at Spitalfields Market full of quirky pieces. The silver ring and bracelet I bought from there have almost become staple  pieces in my everyday wardrobe.

So when the owner of Prairie Charms* got in contact to offer me 50% off their handmade accessories, as part of their 'Project Blogger' campaign, I clicked straight over to their website to see what they had to offer. 
Prairie Charms offer a cute and quirky range of handmade pieces such as bracelets, floral crowns, hair bows, belts and even girly gift bags. 
10% of all profit proceeds are donated to the Great Ormond Street Hospital and the 'Kiss It Better' campaign, providing funding to pioneering, world class treatment for complex medical conditions including paediatric cancers. This is such a respectable gesture, that I didn't think twice about making a few purchases.

Prairie Charms say...
'We are a completely handmade accessories boutique specialising in all things girly, floral, quirky and whimsical.'

I chose a multi-wrap, which can be worn in a number of different ways, and some Rose hair pins. I received them after a week or so, in shiny gold paper, wrapped beautifully in pink tissue paper. I wore them both today for a trip to the park with Bradley. I chose a pink hair pin to wear in my wavy hair, and I wrapped the multi-wrap around my wrist. I loved the super cuteness of the hair pin, the flowers feel almost real. The multi-wrap is very different, it is a plaited cream/light brown woollen wrap with a gold clasp. I love how versatile it can be and it's really unique and quirky. I'm looking forward to trying it out in my hair as a hair band within a few different up styles. 

Would I recommend?
If you're a fan of original pieces then definitely go take a look at their website to see what they have to offer.

Would I repurchase? 
Prairie Charms have given me a promo code for a further 50% off, to be used within a year, so I'll be checking their website for new and unique pieces without a doubt!

Visit their website at and follow them on Twitter @Prairie_Charms

Are you a fan of handmade accessories? What do you think of my purchases?

Comment here, or Tweet me your comments @Lianne84

*I received 50% off my purchases from Prairie Charms for this blogpost


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