Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Mother's Day Gift Ideas

It is time to show your mum how much you love them. It is Mother’s day this Sunday, 3rd April in the UK. Make your mum feel special by buying something different and that will last. Flowers are great but accessories last a lifetime. Here are some ideas for you. 


This Python Elsie Shoulder Bag by Chloé is a limited edition and how can your mum not love this timeless beauty? It is in a soft python skin with a gold clasp. When someone says limited edition, you may think there are 100 available ? Maybe less? In this case, they mean really limited. There are just 6 available, yes people 6! Each bag is numbered from 1 to 6 and exclusive to Harrods. The interior is just as stunning as the exterior with a logo embossed patch pocket and a Harrods limited edition plaque. A lovely touch is the double chain shoulder straps which give the bag a nice trim. If you really want to treat your mum, you can splash out £1560 and get it here. Oh la la!!

How about something that sparkles? Large cocktails rings make the perfect present and I say the bigger the better. Make a statement with the Titanic ring. Clearly it is named the Titanic for the size. The crystal is huge and I love it! It is made from Swarovski Elements and it is silver plated. Swarovski Crystallized is a new concept store where you get the cut and quality of Swarovski with designs from leading jewellery designers, including Lulu Guinness and Jean-Paul Gaultier. The Titanic ring is made by TomShot, a new label launched by Berlin-based designer, Thomas Schwender. You can buy the Titanic for your mum for only £50 here.
 
So what are you getting your Mum this Sunday? Tell us in the comments.




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