As I was chatting with my bestfriend the other night, she commanded me “Mitch, you should try complimenting your outfit with Scottish Jewellery on Erchelle’s Christening” and I was like “Huh?”.Frankly speaking I have no clue how Scottish jewellery accessories look like. I had to look up in Google and when I saw the returns, “Wow! Gorgeous! They could also be considered as good gift ideas. I’m sure whoever your recipient is won’t say no a designer jewellery like this.I thought for a moment “Okay they are nice but where do I get them? I’m afraid I can’t even afford to buy a pair of the simplest earrings.”

Wish I could find replicas of the ones I saw online, teehee! I’m sure there are good ones in the local market that really look like them. I wish I have seen these pieces during the time I was looking for a set for my wedding day. That would’ve perfectly matched with my tiara. Hmmm… this reminds me of my niece who will soon turn 18. She’s considering of celebrating her 18th birthday in one of the hotels in Baguio with the traditional “rigodon dance”, 18 candles and 18 roses. I think she should start looking for jeweleries like these. Anyway, she still got time. Oooops! Let me rephrase that…. anyway her father still got time to save up for this set of jeweleries LOL!

Seriously, if only I have the money to spend on expensive jeweleries, I really would invest on them. You’ll never know when you’d need them.

Mitch Carvalho

A full-time home-based Marketing Manager by day, 24/7 Mom, and a Blogger at any time. I’m 43 and proud. Mom of Derelle & Erchelle, sharing my adventures as I walk through motherhood and having to do most things on my own while my Indian national husband works miles away from home.