CHOPARD HAPPY HEARTS NECKLACE REVIEW FOR LAING EDINBURGH
Something magical happens when you turn 30. For one thing, you look at jewellery with a fresh perspective and a deeper appreciation. To mark my 30th birthday this year, I’m taking the Chopard Happy Hearts Sautoir Necklace to lunch at The Ivy Chelsea Garden. This timeless beauty is one of the latest additions to the famed jewellery trader, Laing Edinburgh. With Chopard’s signature trademark of hearts and moving diamonds, this Sautoir necklace features mother-of-pearl and 18k rose gold openwork hearts. It’s a moving piece that sparkles as a celebration of love.
Turning 30 was not something I was looking forward to, at first. But now that the sun is shining on beautiful London town, I want to celebrate in true Chopard style. Let’s be honest. Who doesn’t love a good excuse to dress up! So, it is with a Happy Heart that I head to one of my favourite places in Chelsea where the fabulously dressed hang out. One last birthday celebration before I take off for Las Vegas and my next jewellery adventure.
The Ivy Chelsea Garden is such a beautiful place for any special occasion. Always flowing with beautiful blossoming flowers, it’s an Edwardian house dressed up as a Tudor house on the King’s Road. With my rose gold Chopard Happy Hearts Sautoir Necklace, I indulge in some rose wine in the beautiful, fragrant garden. Playful moving Chopard diamonds and happy hearts are such a beautiful way to dress up my birthday dress.Design Value for money Showstopper Durability Craftsmanship GEMOLOGUE SCORE
I’m happy to tell you that you can find the beautiful Chopard Happy Hearts Collection at Scotland’s finest and most prestigious family jeweller, Laing Edinburgh. Moving diamonds and beautiful hearts are two iconic elements of the Chopard House. Every time I see the moving diamonds sparkle, it reminds me of my childhood and travelling the world with my family. Happy Hearts is ideal for those of you who love life and playful jewellery to match. Happy Hearts is a fun and creative collection that easily transitions from daytime to evening from elegant to glamorous. Long chains are a necessity for evening events.
For me, I like to have at least one gold necklace that I can wear for all occasions. When I’m travelling, I take my favourite long necklace with me and create different ways to wear it. You can wrap it around your wrist to make a bracelet, or wear it down your back with a long, backless dress, or as a multi-layer choker. So versatile! The Chopard Happy Hearts Sautoir Necklace is contemporary in design, bold in colour and generous in hearts.
Turning 30 has changed my appreciation for rose gold and it’s time I add it to my white gold look. I just love wearing rose gold jewellery on vacation and in sunny weather. The way rose gold shines in the sun and complements the skin is heavenly. The playful and colourful Chopard Happy Hearts Collection from Laing Edinburgh moves my heart and makes me smile! Diamonds that move are sure to catch an admirer’s eye.
Thanks for stopping by! How did you celebrate your 30th birthday? Leave me a message in the comments below. You might also like to see more of my jewellery review articles including the jewellery review of Outhouse Carousel Butterfly Choker.
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