Thomas Sabo Love Coins

All of us girlies were invited to an event at the Thomas Sabo store in West Quay to view the new collection and have some fun! Take a look at what we got up to ...
Since 1984 Thomas Sabo have been making the most beautiful jewellery, and I joined a group of the Soton Blogger girls to view some of the new collections. 
My favourites were the charm bracelets, with so many different charms to choose from and bracelets to mix and match them with. I'm a big lover of a glass of bubbly, so my favourite charm was of course the champagne glasses, that I paired with a beautiful 925 Sterling Silver and Freshwater Pearl bracelet. I will definitely be coming back to get this one! 
We got a tour of the shop and all the collections, and then also got to try out the new engraving machine that can personalise your Love Coins in a matter of seconds with initials or symbols. We each got to choose a design of a pal tree or the infinity symbol for the necklace and engrave our coin. I chose the infinity symbol with cubic zirconia and then decided to engrave my initials on the back. It's a snazzy iPad that has all the options on it and you can change it if you don't like it before you hit the play button to make sure you get the exact design you want. You can also buy the coins on their own so that they are stackable too!

I had such a nice time at the event and I love my necklace! Thankyou Thomas Sabo and the team! Find all the links below:

Charm Bracelet: Charm Club
Love Coins: Love Coins for Engraving

A bit about Thomas Sabo .....
Creative Director Susanne Kölbli on the inspiration for THOMAS SABO jewellery: “Items of jewellery represent the most intimate, human feelings: it is love, personal happiness and those special moments in life that we find reflected in an item of jewellery, wishing to wear them very close to us.”
The Thomas Sabo brand stands for extraordinary design and versatility. All jewellery lines can be harmoniously combined with each other and offer diverse mix-and-max options in terms of material, design and colours. Thomas Sabo stands for the highest quality, which is why they only use high-end materials such as 925 Sterling silver, 18K yellow gold and rose gold plating as well as zirconia in its jewellery designs and stainless steel and ceramic for its watches.

This event, gift and post is in collaboration with Thomas Sabo.