Thursday, February 25, 2010

Product Review: Good Golly Miss Molly!

Another product review today, and another addition to my online shopping addictions!

Molly Brown Desinger Girls Jewellery is a London-based online jewellery company that offers simple and stylish girls jewellery. What I really liked about it is the the ranges are suitable for girls from toddlers right up to teenagers, there is nothing twee or kitchy about them. Their website states that they are all about jewellery as keepsakes, to be kept and treasured from childhood through to adulthood, and I think they've pretty much nailed it.

Their range consists of sterling silver bracelets and necklaces which all bear their little paw-print logo tag, along with silver, enamel or gemstone charms that can be bought seperately to create personalised jewellery. Given that a Vogue magazine I flicked through recently had necklaces with multiple little charms featured heavily, I'd say they are right on the money for fashion-conscious girls (and their Mums!).

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They also have a pearl range, called Pearly Girly...

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C'mon, admit it, you've got your credit card out already haven't you?? No, just me then??

The website has a Pick and Mix feature, to make buying one necklace or bracelet and multiple charms easy, and they have Gift Guides, where you can select from headings like Birthdays, Bat Mitzvah, Posh Girls, Tomboys, etc. and see a range of jewellery that might suit.

You can even create a Wish List, and add your favourite items to it, and it even has space for you to leave comments (or heavily loaded hints) for family or friends.

A simple necklace with one enamel charm will cost from £40 - which works out to be about $AU68, or $US61, and onwards and upwards for different charms, until you get to the Pearly Girly necklace (£50), which with a love heart charm would cost £90 ($AU155, $US139).

Molly Brown ship worldwide, with postage costs to anywhere outside Europe at £18 ($AU31, $US28).

With these prices it is a little bit pricey for everyday, but certainly a good option for birthdays, a gift for a flower girl or a girls communion gift.

Hmmm... now who has a birthday in May, GG? :o)



  1. Those are so cute! Ella's birthday is coming up in April...I wonder if 1 is too young for jewelery.

  2. They're beautiful! Very trendy looking! I wish postage wasn't so much!


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