Cutey

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

So I found this shop online named Cutey, which caters really very pretty bracelets that will suit every girl out there.
Cutey was founded in 2011 to provide a quality range of customizable jewellery. Their initial range is designed as an everyday accessory that can be used at any time. The range is designed with the ability to be easily changed, allowing the jewelry to be changed based on mood, time or outfit.

At the moment they have two kinds of bracelets. The bead charm ones and the Shamballa ones.

Cutey's bead charms will definitely "funkify" one's look. The colors are very summery, fun, young and fresh. It is perfect for the summer season, too.
Beads are a must have during the summer to achieve the very laid-back and surfer look. Also pops of color, like the neon ones, are the trend nowadays so this Oneiroi charm bracelet will surely be perfect to add to your arm swag.

On the other hand, Cutey's Shamballa bracelets are perfect for night outs and formal events. The embellished bracelets bring elegance to the wearer because of the shimmer it gives off.
Believe me, the Shamballas are pretty eye-catching and will totally get the attention it deserve. It will definitely up a notch one's outfit!

I just received mine and I can't wait to show it you! Plus, the outfits I wore with it. I can say that I am obsessed with my Shamballa because I, myself, can't take my eyes off it. I love to wear it everyday!

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I promise you the people behind Cutey are the sweetest and they will answer your inquiries (if you have one) or they process your orders immediately! They work 24 hours and 7 days a week. Talk about dedication!

And guess what? They have a worldwide shipping and lucky for those who lives in the UK, because it's free!

Inquire and get yours now!

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