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Tatty Devine Nameplates: Funky Fresh New Options!


Ladies Love Tatty Devine!

Ladies Love Tatty Devine!

Ever since Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City wore the now iconic “Carrie” necklace, the popularity of personalized jewellery skyrocketed. As much as we adore the likes of the double/single gold nameplate necklaces, they have been slightly played out on the streets. We want something different, something fresh; a new way to advertise our name! This is where London based jewellery brand, Tatty Devine, comes in. They have brought a twist and quirk to what we are used to seeing when it comes to personalized jewellery, and it is just plastic fantastic.

Tatty Devine, who are famous for their trashy chic acrylic jewellery, allows you to customize name necklaces to the point where you can choose the colour, font, type of charm and also the colour of the chain (gold or silver). You can also get a matching pair of charm earrings for a little extra!

Bloody, Just In Time For Halloween!

Bloody, Just In Time For Halloween!

For this season, Tatty Devine has created new options in addition to the original sets of nameplate necklaces. There is now the new choices of “Bloody” and “Ladybug” font, along with the first batch of fonts: “Billboard”, “Sundae” and of course the “Original”! The new “Bloody” font is perfect for this Halloween, so make your order as soon as possible for the spooky celebrations. Tatty Devine have also given us the option to “Make it BIG”. Think of it as the ultimate way to let everyone know who the badass lady be…from a mile away ;-D! To top it all of, there are additional colours to choose from, which include sparkly glitters, purple and baby blue!

Tatty Devine’s handmade custom jewellery makes our neckline that little bit brighter, whilst bringing the fun factor to the usual nameplates we see everywhere. With the new options now available, they are really spoiling us for choice! Get yours at Tatty Devine online.


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