Totally Addicted to Pandora Charms!

It’s been a long time since I’ve added a new Pandora charms to my ever-expanding range (roughly 3 weeks, 2 days, 6 hours and 35 minutes… but who’s counting?) and I can’t wait to head to my local Pandora stockist to get my next fix. It’s fair to say that I’m a bit of a Pandora addict and I’ve become a bit of a regular at my local jewellery shop (I probably see the sales assistants in there more than I see my family).

For those of you who are addicted as me, you will understand that choosing your new charm is a delicate process that can take a lot of time, it isn’t a decision that you just make on a whim. The charms on my bracelet at the moment are quite colourful and reflect a lot about my personality and events that have happened in my life like the time I purchased a little silver cat charm because I’d got my gorgeous little kitten, Chi.

Now that summer is very much going, I’m thinking about going for a floral charm – one that’s delicate and pretty and that reflects this time of year. I’ve got my eye on a Pandora flower openwork charm at the moment which would definitely quench my thirst for a summer-themed charm. This particular charm is part of the Pandora moments collection which Pandora say are ‘based on creativity, sharing and storytelling’.

It’s nice to know that it’s not just me that has this addiction to charms, I’m always looking online at other people’s bracelets to gather up inspiration for my own bracelet and from carrying out all of my research, I’ve noticed that a lot of other people seem to have just as much of an obsession with the charms as me!

Whenever it’s my birthday or when Christmas rolls around, my close friends and family are never stuck with what to get for me, they just know to look for some Pandora charms and I’m never disappointed. I’ve now got three bracelets full of charms and I’m keen to get cracking on a fourth!

Selena Hamsley is a new blogger with a keen interest in anything jewellery or fashion related. The products reviewed here are from hugh rice