Ok, so we all love getting Valentine’s Day cards, heart-shaped biscuits or fancy boxes of chocolates on Mother’s Day.
But sometimes I wonder why all this emphasis on these holidays? Shouldn’t we love – and be loved – all year round? Shouldn’t we treat our mums every time we have the occasion and remind her how important she is for us?
And don’t get me wrong, I do celebrate every holiday possible, but I’m a strong believer that we should spread the love all year round.
So why reserve all the fun and love for just a few days of the year? Treat yourself and your loved ones every now and again, because you totally deserve it! And I’ve got a few suggestions to help you on your way.
Celebrate the people you love – print all your favourite photos you’ve had stored away on your phone or laptop – and start sharing them with your home. The beauty about picture frames is that they can go anywhere, scatter a few on shelves, some on your desk and even your bedside table.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching – a celebration that we share across the world for one day only. Instead of buying her flowers or chocolate, treat your mum to a piece of jewellery. It’s a gift that she’ll cherish for years to come and will constantly remind her of you. It’s a promise!
But before planning a frantic one-day shopping trip, why not take a look at Astley Clarke’s jewellery collection? I guarantee you’ll find a gift that will make your mum’s heart (or yours for that matter) flutter.
Astley Clarke is one of the UK’s leading fashion fine jewellery brands, currently stocked in department stores worldwide including Selfridges and Liberty in the UK and Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus in the US.
What I love about Astley Clarke is their attention to details, their feminine and refined design and fairly priced pieces. I am wearing a few of their rose gold rings – great for stacking up, including their new Kula bracelets, available in an array of coloured stones.
It’s simple to show love and appreciation all year round.
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This article was written in collaboration with Astley Clarke. All views are my own.