High End Done High Street: Doloris Petunia Cocktail Necklaces

I'm bringing back one of my favourite features!  High End Done High Street came about from my love of browsing NET-A-PORTER, and all things gorgeous, but just ever so slightly little out of my price range!

I was recently considering how much I'm still loving the Spring 2012's oversized, bright and bling statement necklace trend. These gorgeous 'cocktail' necklaces are definitely here to stay in Autumn and Winter!  I found myself on the Doloris Petunia Etsy store - a Chiara 'The Blonde Salad' Ferragni's favourite, and I can see why!  Each piece is custom made by Courtney Prince and her team, whose motto is 'because one of a kind is the new black'.  No two pieces are the same, and I love it!  With prices around the £300 + mark these stunning items are very much an investment piece.  Here's to hoping I'll be lucky enough to wear one of the amazing bridal pieces when I get married, but in the meantime I'll be making the most of the pretty alternatives to be found on the high street:

1.  Zara Cord Chain Necklace with Coloured Rhinestones and Diamonte, £19.99 (I have this one!)  |  2.  H&M Metal Riveted Necklace, £14.99  |  3.  Oasis Brushed Flower Necklace, £16  |  4.  Necklace of Chains and Rope with Coloured Stones, £19.99  |  5.  Topshop Ribbon Twist Collar, £18.50  |  6.  New Look Diamante and Neon Pink Flower Necklace, £12.99

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  1. fab post. i love number 5 off the high street. if only i could afford the designer ones :) x

  2. I think I love them all! ...there are some lovely colours. :o)

    Jackie @ Minerva Collection UK Handbags&Jewellery

  3. These are all really cute - I especially love number two or five!!

    xo, Heather


  4. Oh wow these are lush, I'm loving statement necklaces at the moment! Great high street alternatives aswell :) x


  5. This necklace looks nice and could wear this with any outfit.


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