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Did You Know These 10 Fun Facts About Drizzle?

  Couch Potato By Night: The inspiration behind the brand's first range, "Drizzle's by Night Collection", came to life when the designers watched the 2010 Roman series Spartacus "Blood and Sand". Whoever said that watching TV doesn't inspire innovative ideas, hasn't watched a good series.    Ice-Cream Inspiration By Day: Who doesn't love a delicious ice cream, especially Magnums Pink Pomegranate and Black Espresso Flavors? After seeing the 2014 Magnum advert the designers captured the essence of the ad by conceptualizing the "Bad Girl Black Espresso" as Drizzle's by Night Collection and introducing the "Good Girl Pink Pomegranate" as their by Day Collection.   Drizzle - The Name In the making:  The name was thought up by the brand's female designer, who...

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14 Reasons to be Drizzled this Valentines Day

It’s not just your average necklace or bracelet. This year you can say, “I looked a little longer,” because you deserve something different, just for being the amazing person you are. With our exclusive designs that can style anything from your hair to your toes, it’s easy to find that something different.

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Chains through the ages: a short history of body jewellery

In recent years, body jewellery has trended and has now come into fairly widespread use thanks to its rise in popularity among pop stars. What many of us may not know is that our body chains, or our girlfriend’s body chains, actually have a long and intricate history that stretches back into prehistory, much like jewellery in general. The meanings behind the chain itself are varied but have remained somewhat consistent, if not paradoxical, through the ages. They can be positive, representing eternity as a perfect circle without beginning or end; symbolising eternal love, or embodying unbreakable friendship. However, chains can also be negative when they represent bondage. Religious symbolism has also been closely associated with the chain. Hinduism uses...

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