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Dream Jewellery: Regal Rose

  Wednesday 29th February 2012
  Wednesday 29th February 2012

Remember the hit song Sweet Dreams are made of this, by British pop music duo Eurythmics? They could very well have sung about Regal Rose, an online jewellery boutique that will make your sweet dreams even sweeter!

Regal Rose is an affordable, seriously chic jewellery line. It was started by twin sisters, Rebecca and Louise Warwick, who, after searching the high street and online world, could not find anything interesting enough to capture their imagination.

Hot on the heels of international jewellery trends, the duo draws inspiration from current catwalk trends, street fashion and their favourite fashion bloggers. What you get is one amazing, versatile range. These tiny pieces of art have everything from florals to gothic skulls, helping you to get any look you desire—rock chick, bohemian or vintage. You can also choose from an array of trend pieces such as Ancient Astronomy, Navajo Aztec, Greek Goddess and Hippy Woodstock.

The label also promises to be organic, appealing to the environment-conscious divas out there. Their tagline says: “Small buys, big impact”, and it could not be farther from the truth. Most pieces are less than £10 which means you don’t have to break your bank balance. Now, what’s not to love?

Dhanya Nair

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