Monday, 19 October 2015

Orori Jewellery: A review

Around 2 weeks ago I got to experience the utmost pleasure of visiting Orori's head office down at Jakarta's heart of fabric heaven: Brotherland AKA Tanah Abang. Honestly, I'm not a diamond or gold jewellery type of gal but the moment I stepped into the Orori office and met how brutally honest and heart-warming their intentions were on creating personalised products, I immediately felt like home.

Now a little history brush-up on Orori is that they opened up way back in 2003 with physical retail stores around Indonesia and at they year 2012, they decided to close all their stores in order to focus on e-commerce; and they persevered. Currently Orori stocks in approximately a big whopping of 20,000 SKUs up for grabs down at the site and yes, you can definitely design your own wedding rings if you want to. I've been reading a lot on their company and that is why I know they use 3D printers to print their jewelries. I mean, seriously? #technologyFTW

I chose to sport some of their simpler jewelries that I think embodies the most young and current vibes; two of the sincerest form of diamond rings and the loveliest everyday-wear gold-plated heart pendant.

Head over to their website now to know more and experience the Orori love.