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Move over beauty advent calendars, there’s a new trend in town.
Marks & Spencer isn’t the only adding more sparkle to the festivities.
Beaverbrooks recently released its £100,000 diamond a day advent calendar. If you’ve got £100,000 lying around, you might prefer to give Tiffany’s £104,000 advent calendar a go.
If you’d rather not sell your house, Marks & Spencer’s version is £19.50.
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For about £1.62 per day, this thrifty calendar features 10 pairs of earrings and two star pendant necklaces, one in gold and one in silver.
The charms featured on the earrings and necklaces can be interchanged with each other. Fancy putting a moon on your necklace? No problem.
Our favourites? The simple gold stars will go with everything and have a classic Christmas vibe about them. The charms can also be removed, leaving you with stylish cuff hoops suitable to be worn all year round.
Each piece in this collection is made of Marks & Spencer’s British Skin Foundation recommended, Skin Kind metal. It “goes beyond normal hypoallergenic standards” so if you’ve got sensitive skin, this might be the one for you.
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If it’s anything like the beauty advent calendars, you won’t have much time to pick one up before the sell out. Don’t believe us? Customers queued in the rain to get their hands on the hotly anticipated Liberty’s £215 beauty advent calendar.
Tens of thousands of people registered their interest for the calendar online, which is Liberty’s fastest selling product ever. That’s right, ever. Let that sink in a moment.
The Marks & Spencer jewellery advent calendar is out now.