Lady Muck of Whitstable Review


Festive Greetings All!

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Welcome to yet another review from fashioneyesta.com. Over the past few weeks we have looked at cosmetics, clothing, handmade items and now we return to one of my favourite fashion items, jewellery.

But, this is not just any jewellery brand, this jewellery is unique, eye catching and very tangible.

Over the past few months I have been on the hunt to review designers with individuality and personality, but with adding touches that will make the items accessible to my visually impaired readers.

This search has lead me to discover an amazing company known as Lady Muck of Whitstable. Lady Muck of Whitstable is a jewellery designer who makes perspex jewellery in designs inspired by the whimsical, the vintage, the quirky, animals, nature, femininity and true unique designs.

Are you looking for jewellery that is fun, striking and of affordable prices?

Do you want to find jewellery that is tactile and accessible?

Want to get some christmas gift ideas?

Well then, read on and find out more about the wondrous world of Lady Muck of Whitstable. 

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Fashioneyesta Favourites

I have many pieces from Lady Muck of Whitstable, however today I shall be showcasing my personal favourites that I have been wearing this Autumn/ Winter season.

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Oak and Leaf Necklace 

Description: A perspex necklace with bronze chain. The leaves are dark green and the little acorn is attached to the fastening. This would make a great Christmas piece.

Price: £23

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Image of Lady Muck Squirrel Brooch

Image of Lady Muck Squirrel Brooch

Wood Style Squirrel Brooch Holding an Acorn

Price: £13

Link: Click here

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Leaf Shaped Brooch

Description: Perspex brooch with two maple leaves overlapping each other one in bright orange and the top in an oak brown. This has to be one of my all time favourite pieces.

No longer available online

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Autumn Leaf Necklace

Description: A necklace with perspex leaves of an array of colours and shapes.

No longer available online.

Top Picks 

Gold Plated Ants Necklace 

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Description: A truly stunning gold necklace of ants all walking in a line, this is a versatile piece and can be worn through all the seasons. I own this piece and am absolutely in love with it!

Price: £45

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Oak Leaf Brooch

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Description: An adorable little perspex brooch in the shape of a brown acorn with a dark green oak leaf attached to it.

Price: £12

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Butterfly Necklace 

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Description: To me this necklace is the symbol of femininity, in light floral colours in an adorable shape with a real elegant touch. The necklace has little butterflies flying together and their wings are in a vintage inspired pink rose print with a cream background. The chain is in a pale green, I own one of these pieces and I utterly adore it!

So if you looking for a present for that special girl in your life, I think this would be the think for you!

Price: £13

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Magpie Stud Earrings (In Multiple Colours) 

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Description: These earrings are a must have for any women, they are versatile, easy to wear and a great addition to your earring collection. I would recommend the cherrywood colour as this colour compliments an array of outfits and you can also team it with other lady much pieces.

Price: £10

Colours Available: Black, Cherrywood, Red Mirrored, Silver Mirrored, Gold Mirrored.

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Packaging

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The packaging is extremely pleasing to the eye and accessible, it would make great Christmas presents as the jewellery comes in a little light brown box with Lady Muck of Whitstable printed on the front. Making these items easy to wrap for anyone with visual impairments.

Overall Rating 

Accessibility: 5/5 

The jewellery are in distinctive shapes and outlines, making it easy for those with visual impairments to distinguish which piece of jewellery they are handling.

Packaging: 5/5 

The packaging is aesthetically pleasing and practical.

Design: 5/5 

I have acquired a vast amount of Lady Muck of Whistable’s designs and I have found them all equally well made, eye catching and unique. The designer, Esa, uses a great combination of colour, shape and scale in order to create beautiful pieces.

Value for Money: 5/5 

Absolute fantastic value for money!

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Lady Muck of Whitstable Social Links

Website: Click here

Email: info@ladymuck.org.uk

Twitter: @ladymuckstuff

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