Suku band review

Suku band review


How are you my loves? I hope you’re all well. I know I am back to posting super late. I have been so unwell recently and I just haven’t had the energy to do anything.

Today is probably the best I have felt in a few weeks so I thought I would put all my energy into finally creating this post. So before I start I just have a few things I need to say.

1. I first of all want to apologise to Suku for not uploading this when I originally said I would. I know I cannot help getting sick, especially to the severity I was, but I hate disappointing brands.

2. These items were kindly gifted to me in order to create this post and giveaway. All opinions are my own. I have not been paid for this post.

Now that that’s out the way, let’s get to know more about Suku bands.

Who are they?

Suku is a creator of cool, on trend and meaningful wristbands, offering their statement bands and exceptional customer service to their family all over the world. They’re a business made up of forward-thinkers, with the creativity and enthusiasm to make this world a little better.

– They strive to create a variety of fantastic bands that benefit us with their empowering messages and benefit others with their donation to charities from every single band purchased. 

– Suku has many meanings in different languages, their favourites are; cherish, love, adore, family, extended family, tribe…. and Suku is all of those.

They’ve got gorgeous limited edition wristbands, all with purpose and meaning. They release 6 new and different bands each month. There are only 100 of each band made available for sale and these are numbered 1-100.

What do I think of them?

I am a little bit obsessed with one of my Suku bands to the point where I haven’t taken it off. I find them super comfortable and easy to style with whatever it is you’re wearing. You can wear them either way, to show the funky pattern or to show the quote.

You get a little card with each band too which I find a really cute little touch. The card has the same pattern as the band.

Each band changes in its width and thickness but it doesn’t change how easy they are to wear or how comfortable they are. Having different sizes means you can have a wrist full of cool band designs.

I was kindly gifted wristbands for myself which was a wonderful thing anyway, but I also have three bands to give to you! I will be hosting one giveaway on Twitter, one on Instagram and one on my Facebook page this is for my UK residents only! I will stagger the giveaways too so they don’t all go up at once and everyone gets confused.

Giveaway rules

– You MUST be following me on whichever platform you wish to use to enter the giveaway.

– You MUST be from the UK

– Other rules will be added to the designated giveaway post.

You can in the meantime purchase a Suku band yourself, they are very reasonably priced and like stated above, they help charities too. You can head over to their website or find them on




I have just purchased a new band from their website! That’s how good they are! I wouldn’t usually invest my money into a product once I’ve been gifted it because yes I like the item but I don’t see the point in purchasing it if I know that I wouldn’t use it again, whereas with the Suku bands, not only are they great for yourself to style up but you can also use them as gifts.

That’s all from me, I hope you enjoyed getting to know more about these bands and I look forward to seeing you take part in my giveaway. The first will be going up on Twitter so make sure you head on over there!

Thank you so much for reading, if you did enjoy this post be sure to let me know by leaving a like and comment. If you are able to and would want to, feel free to check out my Ko-fi page. Our aim to to build up for a vlogging camera. Speaking of vlogs, here is my first vlog that went live!

I’ll be back tomorrow with a brand new post!

Until then,

Sending you all my love,

A x


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