We’ve entered December and Christmas is just about to hit us right between the eyes – which is why I felt inspired to create this post as Wanderlust Life Jewellery makes a special gift for anyone close to you.
I’ve been wanting to write this blog post for a long time, ever since I was first introduced to this brand by my eldest sister a few years back when I received my first Wanderlust Life necklace as a gift from her.
The brand was created by one of her closest friends – Georgie Roberts, who channels her inner wanderlust to create minimalistic, classy and cultured jewellery products.
The company creates a kaleidoscopic collection of semi-precious gem stones, presented delicately on extremely fine chain and cord necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings.
It’s the daintiness of the products that I fell in love with as they are perfect for both casual and occasional wear.
From browsing through the online store and Instagram page, it is apparent that Georgie’s love of travel acts as the blank canvas to which her jewellery acts as the acrylic. The colour palettes of Wanderlust Life conjure images from the cool tones of the Mediterranean Sea to the wild and warm tones of the African landscape.
Although inspired by the wonders of the globe, each product is handmade in a small coastal town in North Devon, here in the UK.
You can shop the range of products online by type of jewellery, collections, stone or birthstone. Alternatively, if you’re lucky enough to live close by, you can pop into the Ilfracombe based store where you can browse the full range of products on offer.
As if this gorgeous bespoke jewellery wasn’t already too much to handle, Wanderlust Life have also recently branched out into stylish but functional homeware products.
The muted colours and simple designs of the products reflect the minimalistic image of the brand, producing some of the most stylish homeware pieces.
Other homeware products offered include vases and hanging pots.
So, it’s probably clear to you by now that I really rate this expanding brand. As someone who doesn’t wear much jewellery, these simple pieces are perfect for me. I am lucky enough to own some products which I received as gifts (so thank-you Charlotte – you’re the best!), which I cherish.
If you’re looking to purchase for someone else but are struggling to choose an item because they’re all just too good (I struggled selecting my favourite pieces for this post), then the company do offer gift vouchers which can be sent physically or by E voucher.
I hope you have felt inspired in the same way that I do by this one of a kind brand and that it helps you channel your inner wanderlust. Happy shopping!