HRH Blush Pink
HRH Blush Pink
Available in store
This item is also held by Toolally in United KingdomInspired by designer Hubert de Givenchy, our HRH drop statement earrings have a chic femininity that’s thoroughly wearable. Givenchy helped to define an era where elegance reigned over edginess, with styles that were loved by feminine icon Audrey Hepburn. We think Audrey (and you) would look great in these – team them with a fitted jumpsuit and classic flats.
In feminine Blush Pink with vintage-inspired nude and red accents.
Gold Vermeil ear wires and acrylic.
Product : As I expected, very attractive
Product : I love these earrings - even more gorgeous in reality than appeared on the site!
Keep your jewellery away from perfume and lotions as they can cause discolouring.
Perspex is a little bit fragile, so handle your jewellery carefully.
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Meet The Designer
Every handcrafted piece is fashioned from acrylic and finished in gold vermeil or sterling silver fastenings. Toolally’s rise to fame has been nothing short of meteoric. After just six months they had made it into the pages of Vogue. Their latest collection, inspired by the 60s prompted the iconic style bible to say, “This is jewelry which goes way beyond pastiche - it celebrates the bold and gorgeous styles of that era whilst remaining brilliantly contemporary. The 1960s were a time when jewelry was fun to wear. That time is now.”