Carrie Bradshaw would be obsessed with these personalised necklaces

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  • Carrie Bradshaw and her friends are coming back later this year for a Sex And The City reboot, and I know just what piece of jewellery they’ll be wearing.

    Carrie was known for her cheap and cheerful name necklace, which she was devastated at almost losing due to its sentimental value (‘It costs like nothing, but it’s priceless… It’s gone, and I’ll never be able to replace it. I got it at that street fair when we were all together.’)

    However I’d wager she wouldn’t mind an upgrade when she discovers Roxanne First’s newly launched necklace builder, which will take your personalisation dreams to whole new levels.

    Whether it’s your name, your loved ones’ initials, a special number, symbol or catch phrase, the sky’s the limit with what you can create, in gold, rose gold, silver or diamonds for that extra sparkle.

    You can mix gold, pearl, diamond, rainbow sapphires and chains to create a piece that’s unique to you, and with prices starting from just £175, it’s a pretty tempting proposition indeed.

    Roxanne says, ‘I am super excited to launch our Necklace Builder which we have named ‘Pick & Mix’ – it was a really big project for us. It is a brilliant way for our client to be involved in the design process, and create something totally unique.  The builder allows you to see your design before it is made – you can pick, the colour of gold, type of stone (or material), you can select symbols and numbers – it is truly whatever you want. It’s a piece forever, for you.  Named ‘Pick & Mix’ because the process (and amount of options) reminded me of being in a sweet shop and picking everything you love – grown up pick & mix which includes diamonds and sapphires – how fun!’

    The London-based designer specialises in ethical diamonds and the best materials, so you know it’s a piece you’ll keep forever too.

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