10 panic attacks later and I was officially on my way (I've said it before and I'll say it again - this is me.)
This is our hotel which I officially deem the nicest place I've ever stayed in - I even had a wet room, ooh-er.
A few snaps from the show. LOOK AT THOSE LIGHTS.
Harbour view from my hotel room. Noice.
Brunch on Thursday morning - my belly had an absolute field day.
During brunch we were shown some different looks that Story jewellery can be incorporated in to, sadly this was the only outfit I managed to get some good photos of.
A few snaps of the beeeautiful range - I'm itching to have a finger party with all those stacking rings.
We had some time to wander between the presentation and our flight so I took it upon myself to act like a shameless tourist.
It was so lovely to get the opportunity to meet the team behind the brand and to get a sense of what they stand for. The Story range began as a simple leather wrap bracelet which fastened with a magnetic closing and has since been expanded to include different styles of bracelets and necklaces. They have a huge variety of charms available which can be added to each piece in order to make it a bit more personal to you. All the materials used are genuine as value for money is a huge concern of theirs and, as I'm now the proud owner of one of their wrap bracelets, I can officially give you my word that they're amazingly made. In the past I wasn't too sure of charm bracelets - a lot of my friends owned them but I always though they were a bit too girly. Since my trip, however, I'm a convert. The Story bracelets are more edgy than your usual charm bracelets, from the leather used to make the main body of the bracelet to the type of charms they stock; you can even get little skull head charms (which will always get a huge thumbs up from me). They're available for both men and women and you can see the jewellery I've been babbling on about for yourself here.
I do realise this post might come off as a bit fan-girl-esque but, well, I am a fan-girl. I wasn't under any obligation to write up a post but I had such an amazing time seeing all the jewellery and getting an insight into the background that I was really excited to get home and tell y'all about it. So, to finish my ramblings, I'd just like to say a huge thank you to the Kranz and Ziegler team and to The Source Parntnership for having me - I had an amazing time and will be parroting on about my trip to anyone who'll listen for a long time! (Don't say I didn't warn you, Mum).