After being featured in Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Marie Claire and Tatler magazines the world over as well as gracing the neck of the one-and-only Serena Van Der Woodsen on Gossip Girl, I probably don’t need to introduce you to Bowerhaus. But for those of you who aren’t familiar with this stunning jewellery label founded by two sisters from Sydney, Elizabeth and Shen-Tel Lee, please read on.
Named after the Australian Bowerbird and inspired by their mother and father’s pearls and vintage coins respectively, Elizabeth and Shen-Tel craft pearls and semi-precious stones into necklaces, earrings and bracelets in classic and unique styles to last a lifetime. With pieces to suit every budget (their necklaces start at $50 and go up to $1600) and every taste, Bowerhaus delivers products that reflect their own stunning sense of style and their obvious knowledge of what the market wants. In a time when shoppers are becoming smarter with their purchases, it’s transeasonal, versatile pieces with a reassuring policy on repairs (in the unlikely event you should have an issue) that draws customers in.
With one of the most interactive and thriving customer bases of Aussie small businesses (they have over 5,000 Facebook ‘likes’), Bowerhaus are set to rise within the fashion ranks and they continue to strengthen commercially with a brand new Malaysian e-commerce site which just launched this week. Their cult status in Asia is undeniable, with never-ending magazine appearances across the continent and as you’ve probably seen on my blog before, I am usually on the same wavelength as the majority of Asian girls my age. Pretty things, accessories, cuteness – yes, I know I’m generalising here – but it’s no wonder I love Bowerhaus given the way it’s taken off there.
I have my own Bowerhaus bracelet set and at first I was too scared to wear it to work with all the typing that I do. Wears and wears later and they’re still in perfect condition. No scratches, no dents and not even any stretching to the elastic thread.
As you can see by my tagged look book in the picture below there are A LOT more pieces I want. I am majorly coveting the Maximus necklace which is a mixture of semi-precious and pearls in 18-carat gold. Beautiful!
As someone who doesn’t wear a lot of jewellery – particularly ‘fast fashion’ type pieces, Bowerhaus is definitely a brand for me.
What type of jewellery do you wear? Thoughtful, quality pieces or are you more into lots of trend items? Have a look at Bowerhaus’s latest collection, Mad About The Boy and let me know your thoughts!
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