Rosemary Mac Cabe

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While trawling through fashion blogs, I came across Heist Jewellery on What I Wore. I’m all about the necklace layering – although currently, as I have a day off and am up to my eyes in packing and sorting and …

Thu, Feb 18, 2010, 13:46

   

While trawling through fashion blogs, I came across Heist Jewellery on What I Wore. I’m all about the necklace layering – although currently, as I have a day off and am up to my eyes in packing and sorting and dust, I’m in my PJs (I know, for shame) – and my current poison is the clock necklace (if you’re in Portobello in London, some dude is selling about 100 different ones, each for £10), but this Scrabble necklace is also right up my alley.

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Don’t act like you’re not impressed! Necklaces are $45 (ex postage). I think it’s a really cute gift for so many different people: someone who loves scrabble (hey, Indiana, that’s you!), someone who’s just had a baby (with, um, obviously, the initial of the baby), someone who’s got married and for some insane reason decided to take their husband’s name (ahem – no judgment). . . the possibilities are endless. I’ll have an “R” please, and a “Q”, just because that’s the letter I always get stuck with in Scrabble.

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