Ring thing!


If there is one thing in the world I can’t live without.. it’s a bit of bling! I love jewellery and everything that comes with it! The drama, elegance, and femininity.. It fabulous!

I always get compliments on the jewellery I wear and especially my rings. I have quite the collection so thought I would show you guys some of the stash I have!

Large, ethnic rings: Asos, Accessorize, Dorothy Perkins, New Look, Matalan

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Large, flower rings: Peacocks, BHS, Dorothy Perkins, New Look, Superdrug, Accessorize, ASOS, Topshop, PoundLand

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Solid colour rings: Dorothy Perkins, PoundLand, Past Times, Debenhams, Accessorize, ASOS, Matalan, Topshop, Fancy dress shop, Antique shop, Charity shop

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Funky/ quirky rings: Love Hearts and Crosses, ASOS, Dorothy Perkins,

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Single gem stone rings: Marks and Spencer, Topshop, Guess, Market, Avon, H Samuel

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Unique rings: Superdrug, Vintage, Boots, Topshop, ASOS, Accessorize

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Hints and tips*

  • If you have short and rounded fingers whereby you find your wear a Large size ring however the tips of your fingers go skinnier and you have short nails, avoid going for large and cocktail style rings. Instead, opt for smaller and more delicate rings! Don’t worry thought.. Add a bit of drama by going for bold colours and intricate designs. You know those rings that come in stacks of 3s, 4s, 5s etc.. Go for them and wear them individually! Visit ASOS and they have a large variety with gorgeous designs
  • If you have long and skinny fingers and you find that most rings are big for you, go for large and bold rings which will widen out your hands a bit and make them look fuller. You’re actually at an advantage though cause most ring types will look fantastic on you. If you do wish to go for something elegant and small, try to paint your nails a bold colour and this will enhance the simple design of your jewellery.
  • If you have Medium sized fingers but quite a lot of skin on your fingers, don’t go for small designs at all as often, rings can look too tight on your fingers and I’ve seen so many people with red and painful looking hands because their rings don’t fit them. Go for mid sized rings with a pattern, design, large stone etc as these will compliment your lovely fingers more.
  • MAKE SURE YOUR NAILS ARE CLEAN! I always ensure my hands are clean and have a nail file attached to my keys, in my make up bag, in my car and my bedroom, so there is no excuse for my hands to have anything dirty on them.
  • If you find you have stained fingers from nail varnish colours such as a red and pink, dip your fingers in a centimetre of nail varnish remover for 20 seconds. If you have painful skin around your fingers, cuts or grazes or your finger nails are brittle.. Avoid this completely as it’s not worth the pain. Just scrub them VERY gently with a dish scourer when you wash the dishes next :)

Hands are a gorgeous part of a woman! No matter how insecure you feel about your face, body or weight, your hands are what you use every day in your life with interaction whilst talking, touching, interacting.. EVERYTHING! All hands are gorgeous and you can make your hands look nice without having to spend thousands of pounds and dollars on them.. Don’t just make them look good for yourself but see the reaction of your other half. Every time I have a nice nail varnish colour on my nails, Mr. A always compliments them and can’t resist giving my hands a feel. Wearing rings and jewellery is just another way to enhance them.. HAPPY DAYS!

THE RULE IS SIMPLE.. Just treat them clean and keep them keen!

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London town


So living in London means that there are a lot of available sites nearby to keep you occupied. Ever since i started working, i discovered my city even more. I fell in love with it.

Not only have I ventured into towns I didn’t know existed, but I also am trying more things and am more confident than ever before. Even to go out to a new place every month, is proving to be a hit with me! I LOVE IT! Meeting new people from all walks of life and not only passing them by, but interacting with them too. The problem with working in retail is, that you are limited to only meeting the people that live in that area, but if you visit different areas all the time, who you meet, is completely beyond your control. I feel like this type of way of life is better than being surrounded by what you know all the time. Getting married, having children and even starting new job will involve meeting people unbeknown to you, so its a good idea to get out there. Restricting yourself to one type of population makes us naive, stereotype and and judge people before we even take a proper look at them.

As well as meeting new people, I have ventured to my trips in the city. This has meant going to musicals, restaurants and exhibits and tours that although seems a bit tourist-y, is actually really fun with the right people. I only ever go with my cousins as you all may know that i don’t socialise with people who i don’t know. being with these peoples makes me comfortable in an environment which I may otherwise not have been easy in. Remember.. There’s comfort in numbers :)

A list of places that I definitely recommend and a link to their websites are listed below. I only tend to do this once a month with my cousins, but its enough to refresh my mind..

  1. Musical- Wicked £25 an adult ticket
  2. Musical- Shrek £25 an adult ticket
  3. Restaurant- Steakout £20 a head
  4. Restaurant- Tinseltown £30 a head
  5. Theme Park- Thorpe park £20/ half price sale
  6. Tour- Harry Potter Warner Bro’s £28 adult
  7. Museum- British Museum/ Hajj exhibit £12

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