October 15, 2022
A gorgeous piece of horse jewellery is the perfect gift, as well as a fantastic way to treat yourself.
Here are just some of the reasons why horse jewellery is the perfect gift for anyone who adores our equine friends.
Horse jewellery: the perfect treat for a friend
I often struggle to buy the perfect gift for a friend or family member, especially one who has everything. You spend ages trying to work out what to get them for their birthday, then you have to do it all over again 12 months later.
The good news is if you know someone who has a horse of their own, a piece of horse jewellery is a fantastic way to say you’re thinking of them.
Everyone has different tastes when it comes to jewellery. Some people like their horse jewellery subtle and discreet, while others like to go all out. We all have that one friend who won’t leave the house without wearing every single piece of jewellery they own.
If you’re buying a gift for someone who likes simple jewellery, I recommend the snaffle bit necklace. It’s a tasteful way of showing off your friend’s love of horses and will take them from the office to the nightclub in style. Another option, these horse shoe earrings are a gorgeous choice and come in two different colours – yellow gold vermeil and sterling silver.
Now, onto the friend whose taste in jewellery is as bright and free-spirited as they are. I think you can’t go wrong with a word necklace. Whether your partner-in-crime is a cow girl, horse girl or the ultimate wild child, she’ll love these statement pieces that she can wear every day.
Alternatively, if you want to go old-school, this horse girl rainbow candy bracelet looks good enough to eat. Who said friendship bracelets are just for kids?
So far we’ve looked at why horse jewellery is the perfect gift for a friend, but what about you?
Treat yourself to a beautiful piece of horse jewellery
You shouldn’t have to wait for a special occasion to buy necklace, ring or bracelet. I’m a huge fan of buying a striking piece of jewellery ‘just because’.
Of course, it’s always nice to get a gift from someone, but if you see something you like, why wait?
Buying your own jewellery is modern, it’s empowering, and it’s living in the now… exactly what The Wild Horse Club is all about.
For example, rings are traditionally worn on the left hand as a symbol of marriage and togetherness. However, they’re worn on the right hand to symbolise financial independence.
Beyonce has often been snapped with a stunning ring on her right hand, and if it’s good enough for Bey, it’s definitely good enough for us all!
If you’re thinking of treating yourself to a ring, there’s plenty at The Wild Horse Club. Why not try a simple, understated horse shoe ring that shows your passion for all things equine? Looking for something with a bit of boujie flair? Say hello to the horse girl ring.
Not into rings? No problem. Any type of jewellery can boost your confidence and make you feel fabulous.
If you’re a lover of both horses and art, this horse skull bracelet is a unique choice. It’s definitely not your typical animal-themed piece of jewellery, with this piece, you’re wearing a sculpture on your wrist.
If you’re looking for the ultimate way to treat yourself, the only way to go is through commissioning a bespoke piece. After all, when you’re one-of-a-kind, your choice of horse jewellery should reflect that. No matter what style, metal or finish, The Wild Horse Club can create the jewellery you’ve always wanted.
The Wild Horse Club: treat yourself (or a friend) today
When I was growing up, as someone who wanted to ride all the time, I would have loved a piece of horse jewellery as a gift. However, there wasn’t much of it to be found, and the items that were available were cheap or old-fashioned.
That’s why I created The Wild Horse Club – a community for women who love horses and want to show their love through high-quality jewellery that turns heads.
Horse jewellery is the ideal gift for someone special, whether that’s your best friend, your partner, your daughter… or yourself.
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