Sunday, 2 February 2014

A pretty thing

I love the moment when you discover a new online store. This happened to me just after New Year. The store, Oh My Clumsy Heart. The person behind this wonder,  Sophie from The private life of a girl.

'... created with an appreciation for exceptional, simple everyday adorements'

Each piece is handmade and carefully created, each as special as the next. I have been looking for a necklace in this style, for some time. So, when I came across this delicate and contemporary design, I quickly purchased it! I adore the three brass hexagons, on the dainty gold chain - it is a complete treasure!

There are so many wonderful pieces, such as Grace and Verity. I find, smaller businesses, such as this, have more character and thought behind their products. The jewellery is made from high quality metals 'alongside reclaimed vintage discoveries, natural stones and crystals'. 

Hopefully, this is the first post of a series, discovering online stores that I have fallen for. I'm so pleased with my special necklace, it is worn around my neck most days. I think this store offers the perfect gifts for friends, a loved one, or to you from you (note, Valentines day is not far away!)

I also spotted Rosie from Cider with Rosie, wearing a necklace from here - so it would have been only a matter of time before I stumbled upon this delightful store. Oh my Clumsy Heart!



  1. That's gorgeous! Can't wait to see what other little gems you want to share with us!
    M x Life Outside London

  2. Oh the jewellery on this website is absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing :)

  3. ahh this is adorable! I love the shape :)

    Hannah xx

  4. your blog is so cute! :) and this necklace is lovely! :))
    anyway, would you like to swap blog buttons? ^^)


  5. I love your little necklace :) and the way you edited the picture too. It looks really cool. xo

  6. What a wonderful find! I love that feeling too. The necklace is unique and so pretty. I'm going to have a look at the jewellery now. I definitely agree with you about how smaller businesses manage to hit the nail on the head with the character in their jewellery. I dislike a lot of high street and high end brand jewellery — it can look so tacky!

    Naomi xo

  7. It's absolutely gorgeous chick, great find

  8. I am lazy and always wear the same jewellery but they would make great gifts.


  9. hello darling, u have a beautiful blog, would u like to follow each other on gfc and facebook??? I always follow back
    Ps: I also have a giveaway running on my blog right now, maybe you are interested

  10. I LOVE your photos babe! They are stunning. It's so much fun finding new stores - thanks for introducing me!

    Katie <3

  11. What a sweet little necklace! So beautiful. I'm trying to stop myself buying jewellery because I already own a lot but definitely tempted by some of the pretty pieces on offer here. XX

  12. This necklace is so pretty! I love to buy things form small businesses, the products just feel more special. I bet it looks lovely on! xx

  13. Super cute!! It looked like honeycombs and I am a major bee lover so I am obviously in love with this!

    Emma x

  14. Ohh such a beautiful necklace, really simple and stunning! <3

    Jennie xo |

  15. That's so gorgeous! I'm definitely gonna have to check them out :)

    Michelle | Satchels + Pearls

  16. Such a sweet necklace, I adore all the quartz pieces in the store! <3

    Tara x

  17. oooh my magpie eyes love the brass hexagon necklace!

  18. i love cute online stores :)
    will definitely take a look at this one. xx

  19. I wanted to say a huge THANK YOU for featuring my shop and I am SUPER pleased you love your necklace :)) It's really appreciated x

    1. Aw thank you Sophie, I love my necklace! :-)

  20. what a cute little necklace Christina! :) very pretty! xxxx

  21. Wow, what a gorgeous necklace, I love pieces like this!

    Hmm maybe...

  22. I love the simplicity of the design! Hexagons don't get enough love aha, I'm happy to see them in this necklace :) xxx

  23. lovely article , sometimes simple means better...