Where to buy ChloBo Bracelets

Monday, 6 March 2017

My name's Tara and I'm a magpie. I'll admit, I'm a sucker for anything shiny but I have a particular weakness for jewellery. I love my jewels and I have *quite* a lot of them. One of my favourite brands is ChloBo, both Jade and I have been fans since the beginning and J has even met its founder, Chloe Moss (who is a total babe, by the way). Chlobo was inspired by Chloe's travels and a bit like me, she loves to explore the world, has an eclectic personal style and believes in the power of accessories.  

At the last count, I had 9 ChloBo bracelets. My favourite thing about them is how easy they are stack! My latest addition (and lucky number 10) is this Cute Charm 3D bracelet. As previously mentioned, I'm crazy for celestial jewellery which is probably why I couldn't resist this little beaut. 

Chlobo Cute Charm 3D Star Bracelet

Where to buy Chlobo Bracelets
How to clean Chlobo
Where to buy Chlobo bracelets

Cute Charm 3D Star Bracelet: c/o ChloBo

I'm really excited to style this bracelet with my existing collection. Hopefully, when it stops raining, I can get some pictures of this little star in action! ChloBo has numerous different collections but at the moment I can't stop drooling over the Gypsy Dreamer collection. SWOON. If you haven't bought one of their pieces before, each bracelet comes complete with its own little drawer - ideal for stacking in your wardrobe. Ah, it's the little things, am I right?

Stockist information
If you're new to this brand, you might be asking where can I buy ChloBo? They have a pretty epic online store which I recommend browsing but I also suggest checking out Mococo, Hugh Rice and The Dressing Room. If you fancy trying on your prospective stack in store instead, head to their stockist page for more details.

How to clean ChloBo
If you're already a fan and you've had some bracelets for a while now, you might be wondering the best way to clean them. ChloBo's care instructions suggest avoiding contact with perfume, false tan and lotions to prolong their beauty and lustre. However, when it's time to give them a good clean, you just need to use a polishing cloth to gently buff them. I highly recommend Town Talk Polish - their cloths cost just a few quid and work like magic. I use this brand to care for all of my sparkles. 

Have you heard of ChloBo? Are you a madstacker? - T

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