Looking For A Little Romance?


New Romantic jewellery

Given half a chance?

Emer Igbokwe writes:

Introducing New Romantic, a new Irish jewellery company showcasing their unique and contemporary new collection.

Founded by designer Niamh Patten and JulieAnn Fearon, the collection is inspired by their love of simple beauty.

Sterling silver plated in gold, rose gold and Rhodium, what makes New Romantic’s collection stand out is the radiating sparkle of each piece.

New Romantic’s sterling silver collection is plated with gold, rose gold and rhodium. The intensity and brilliance of each piece means that they radiate both day and night, as the glistening metals are shaped to capture the lustre of light with every movement.

With prices ranging from €60 to €595, New Romantic can be found at its flagship store at 21 Drury Street, Dublin 2 or online at link below.

New Romantic Jewellery

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16 thoughts on “Looking For A Little Romance?

  1. Just Sayin

    After scrolling down the three pictures I got to the “New Romantic Jewellery” text,
    I then had to scroll back to actually see that she was wearing jewellery.

  2. Alan

    I looked at all three pictures and then read it was for jewelry!!!! I was like “She was wearing jewelry”?????

  3. Pete

    I was looking at the pictures and scrolling down and I read the word ‘jewellery’ and I was like ‘ she had on jewellery?’

    OH WHHATT?!!!1


  4. Daisy Chainsaw

    This is why I hate the scam of contouring. Contouring is to feminise features and came from the drag queen community and is used to a more subtle extent by trans women. Contouring on women who already have feminised features just ends up with them looking like C3PO cosplay.

  5. gorugeen

    Methinks she could do with a bowl or two of coddle. On a serious note those photos do a poor job of showing off the jewelry.

  6. Janet, I ate my avatar

    I’m more of a fan of the first dress than the rest
    Also a more less is more adept in the make-up stakes

  7. Papi

    My realisation of my old man status came when I saw several scantily clad young ladies and my very first thought was,” they’ll catch their death in those”
    No debauchery or fnar fnarring.

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