Lots of smashing sparkly jewellery in the sale,  great for Prom evening dressing up from £3 upwards at Debenhams
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Lots of smashing sparkly jewellery in the sale, great for Prom evening dressing up from £3 upwards at Debenhams

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Found 30th Mar
With the Prom season approaching fast I'm sure there are lots of glamorous bits and pieces that will help to dress up those fancy frocks.

As well as necklaces, brooches, many many earrings and bracelets there are some pretty hairclips and slides such as this debenhams.com/web…_-1

Really pretty, decent quality at "Claire's Accessories" type prices, or less !
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Original Poster
Here are some more examples - a pretty bracelet for £3.60, some fabulous statement crystal earrings for £4.20 , a gorgeous sparkly hair clamp for £3.60
I wish I had a daughter to dress up !!
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myusernamehasgone2341 m ago

Link https://www.debenhams.com/sale/women/jewellery?sid=*min_price


oh, did my original link not work ??
clumsymum53 s ago

oh, did my original link not work ??


It was just going to one set
Thanks but with fake jewellery you find you can only wear once/twice then it goes all rusty and you cannot wear again so waste of money!
lighti1 m ago

Thanks but with fake jewellery you find you can only wear once/twice then …Thanks but with fake jewellery you find you can only wear once/twice then it goes all rusty and you cannot wear again so waste of money!


Where have you been buying those from? Debenhams jewellery are good. I’ve had few pieces for few years looking as good as new.
pinacolada12311 m ago

Where have you been buying those from? Debenhams jewellery are good. I’ve h …Where have you been buying those from? Debenhams jewellery are good. I’ve had few pieces for few years looking as good as new.



I agree, Ive bought several gift sets and single pieces, they dont discolour or fade at all. Some of them were so nice and on sale I bought extras and put them aside for gifts .
Generally when you buy jewellery that is not sterling silver it goes off colour starts to rust etc
Original Poster
It isn't "fake " jewellery, it's costume jewellery, of course it isn't the same as buying real silver or gold, but at these prices you can buy a piece or two for fun, and wear them for a couple of years, then replace them when you want a change. It doesn't matter much if you lose them.
I bought a Jon Richard brooch for about 9 quid to wear on a purple satin jacket on new years eve a couple of years back. Every one admired it on the night, and I feel really nice wearing it now on an ordinary black jacket for work.

I'm not suggesting any of these items would replace a nice piece of real silver jewellery given to celebrate a special occasion, but as some fun sparkle for party wear some of these items are lovely.
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lighti1 h, 4 m ago

Generally when you buy jewellery that is not sterling silver it goes off …Generally when you buy jewellery that is not sterling silver it goes off colour starts to rust etc


Make sure you put perfume on and let it dry on your skin before you put on the jewellery.
Perfume and hairspray will cause costume jewellery to go dull
No perfume is put on that’s what don’t get cos I’ve heard about perfume/hairspray etc but none of this is used yet jewellery goes off colour after just once/twice wear..it’s a mystery...
lighti1 h, 6 m ago

No perfume is put on that’s what don’t get cos I’ve heard about perfu …No perfume is put on that’s what don’t get cos I’ve heard about perfume/hairspray etc but none of this is used yet jewellery goes off colour after just once/twice wear..it’s a mystery...


It happens with water also pr humid enviroments
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