I’m sure you’ll agree that it’s impossible to miss their TV ads which are honest and relatable. The pleasantly surprised reactions from ~posh~ people when they’re unknowingly trying something from Lidl are pretty accurate, we’ve all reacted in the exact same way at some point! Just the other day, I posted a picture of these 3 lovely statement necklaces on Instagram and it was exactly like the TV advert, a general “Omg, I can’t believe these are from Lidl’ type of thing. I would never have guessed where they were from either! I didn’t even know Lidl sold jewellery.
Well, it’s actually part of their new fashion range which you may have already spotted on the adverts (Lidl are so on the ball their campaigns at the moment!) and as you can see, the necklaces look awesome and are sure to make a statement. With prices starting from £4.99, it’s super affordable and they’re actually in good condition too, no missing gems, no scratches. Comparing this to the endless amount of times when I’ve picked up a beautiful statement necklace from the likes of Topshop, costing around the £30 mark, and disappointingly, upon close inspection, you realise that the quality just doesn’t reflect the price at all.
I’ve been told that there are some really exciting things happening at Lidl in the next few months which I’m sure I’ll tell you about as soon as I know what they are! Over the past year, my feelings about Lidl have shifted. I used to go in there (but only if I remembered), and even then it was to buy sweets and whatever they had on offer (usually boring but essential household items like kitchen towels, toilet paper, detergents, etc). My local store isn’t very big but I find myself staying in there a lot longer than I used to. Since I blogged about a bunch of Lidl beauty products, and their sell-out budget facial cleansing brush, I like to browse their beauty aisle and look for hidden gems. And now I’ll be keeping my eyes peeled for the jewellery section!