Here’s the deal. The days of waiting for someone else to treat you to that piece of jewellery (or that handbag you’ve had your eye on) are over. Right now, living your best life begins with doing it for yourself. Instead of waiting to be treated, go out and get yours. We browsed the Foschini Group for inspiration on how you can treat yourself this Women’s Month. You’re going to love what we found.

American Swiss | Tree of Life Pendant Necklaces

The Tree of Life has become a recognisable and much-loved silhouette in the jewellery world. This collection by American Swiss mixes different metallic colours and features a hint of sparkle to finish off each pendant. Styling tip: Create a tiered necklace by buying two different pendants of varying lengths and layering them – why have one when you can have two (or three…)?

Prime Time | Guess Limelight Watch

We may be living in the digital age but that doesn’t mean analogue watches are going anywhere. Prime Time features a handpicked range of watches by some of our international faves. This GUESS timepiece has it all – a date function, a trendy silicone strap and a rose gold plated face complemented by crystal inlays for a touch of bling. Tell the time – timelessly.

Mat & May | Cross Body Bag

Cross body bags are super versatile – they’re big enough to carry the essentials yet small enough to fit comfortably across your torso when you need both hands free. We love the labyrinth-like embossed detailing on the front flap of this bag. Picture this with a boho kimono with fringe detailing and strappy leather sandals. Summer here we come!

American Swiss | Rose Gold Ring Collection

There are classic, understated rings, and then there are WOW rings. This summer, if you’re going for the WOW statement, think layered bands, rings with twisted designs or oversized rings in a classic metallic colour like rose gold. These rings by Sterns are exactly what we’re talking about.

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