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12 September 2012

Cutey Review

It's not very often that I receive beautiful products for myself so I was thrilled to be sent Shamballa and Charm bracelets from Cutey to review.

The gold and white Shamballa bracelet features 9 clay contrary beads, each with 84 crystals encrusted onto it. Inspired by the mythical kingdom called Sambhala in Buddhism, seen as a place of happiness and peace, it certainly put a smile on face when it arrived in the post. The bracelet sparkles really nicely when the sun catches it and despite a low price tag of £18.99 it looks like a classy piece of jewellery.

It is very sturdy and the wrist strap is adjustable which is great for women, big or small. There are a variety of colours available to suit every taste and season. I think this gold and silver ones captures the current colours perfectly with the gold representing the warmth of the sun and the white the ice of winter. It arrived in clear packaging with a Cutey tag attached and it would make an ideal gift for someone special or as a treat to yourself.

You can view the rest of the Shamballa bracelet range here:

Pink is my favourite colour so this bracelet not only matches the majority of my outfits but it's very pretty and feminine too -  to the extent Minxy has tried to claim it as her own! The bracelet is 18cm in length and has a secure snap clasp with the brand name on. There is a wider part on the bracelet to prevent the charms falling off  which is a great idea. This one titled Hypnos is £12.99 and again is a great value, everyday accessory featuring a variety of charms.

You can view the rest of the Charm bracelet collection here:

Cutey, founded in 2011, provides a lovely collection of quality jewellery. They have a no quibble returns policy for your peace of mind and they even accept Paypal and offer free delivery!

*I received two bracelets to review. The opinions are my own*



  1. They're both very pretty bracelets. I find little bracelets are a great piece of jewellery as a mum. My old, big necklaces always seem to get tangled in my toddler - and earrings just get yanked out!

    1. I remember that well! Thankfully mine are old enough not to yank things now... they would rather use them aswell, not sure which is worse :) x


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