Finding it difficult to buy something for the girl who has everything? Well look no further, I ended up buying this as a gift to myself BUT would have been over the moon if someone gifted it to me, which is why I wanted to share this as think it would make an amazing present for a friend, girlfriend, sister, aunty, niece, mum or trendy grandma this christmas.
So what is this amazing gift… its a bangle, but no ordinary bangle a Whistle & Bango postcode bangle, yes if you can wear your heart on your sleeve why not your postcode on your wrist ;) Do check out their website, they have lots of London postcodes to choose from. Below are a few postcode bangle examples, don’t you just have arm candy envy looking at them all?!
Being a Wandsworth Town girl I bought myself a SW18 bangle, I was a bit annoyed as it was silver rather than gold like most of my other jewellery – but I have embraced the two-tone look and rather like it as a casual day look! Delivery was quick and it came wrapped in tissue and a nice branded box.
If you don’t live in London or they don’t have your London postcode available then you could always personalise one of their blank ‘canvas bangles’ you could have your postcode, initials or favourite airport inserted on to it maybe? Although at the time of writing this blog post they only had the one colour below available, I believe they are offering more colour choices for the canvas bangle to their website so go check it out.
I haven’t been asked to write this and the post hasn’t been sponsored by anyone, I promise it is genuinely a personal review. I have received so many compliments on my SW18 bangle which is why I just couldn’t resist sharing it on here! Whistle & Bango have allowed me to share the 10% discount code I used to purchase mine with you all, so if you do end up buying one try popping the promo code “LOVELONDON” in at checkout for a cheeky 10% discount for yourselves too!
Below is a picture of my arm candy which I wore last weekend in Ireland, thought it was quite good to illustrate my feelings at the time; you can take the girl out of the city, but you can’t take the city out of the girl… just sharing the postcode love ;)