Spring Jewelry Update


Minimalist Neutral: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7 // 8 // 9
Neon Statement: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you know I’m a little obsessed with statement jewelry…actually any jewelry (but who isn’t?). Lately though I’ve been a little torn between my love for bold pieces and more delicate, streamlined styles. I think they both work so well for spring, since a statement necklace can liven up a basic dress (as it did in this post) but simple gold pieces are unfussy and go with everything in my spring wardrobe. I’m totally in love with these marble and gold earrings, but I think this option strikes the perfect balance between simple + architectural and bold neon.

How about you? Which do you prefer?

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Currently Coveting


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I’ve got spring fever. I’ve actually had it for a while (winter just will not end) but I feel like I can say it now that it’s officially spring. I can’t wait for bare feet, warmer temperatures, colors besides black…and you can probably tell from above that I can’t decide between brights and pastels. As much as I love neutrals, I really need a change. Here are all the colorful things for the new season that I’ve been coveting…(p.s. – seriously obsessed with the eye dress from Zara. Seriously.)

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Breaking News: H&M is Online!


Perhaps my favorite of all stores is H&M: they offer edgy, high-fashion looks and standby basics (I’m a huge fan of their leggings) at a fantastic price, and the quality is usually pretty decent for the price. One thing, though, that constantly irked me was the fact that my favorite pieces from their website were almost never at my local store, and that I could never access their so-called “Online Exclusives” and drool-worthy designer collabs because they didn’t offer online shopping in the U.S. Well, my friends, that has all changed. Today, as I carried out my daily visit, I was greeted by an enormous banner announcing that online shopping has arrived! (I might have screamed) Needless to say my shopping bag has filled up at an astonishing rate – here’s a few of my picks from their fall collection.

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Look Alike


Necklace One: 1/2/3

Necklace Two: 1/2/3

Necklace Three: 1/2/3

Like just about everyone else alive, I pretty much love J. Crew – except I don’t always love their prices. While I get paying more for something high-quality that’s going to last, I don’t quite see the point when you can buy something almost identical (style-wise and quality-wise) for a lot less. Which is why I was pleasantly surprised when I kept coming across necklaces on Baublebar that bore a striking resemblance to some of my recent favorites on J. Crew. An added bonus (besides the decidedly lower price points)? Many are available in different colors (and for the tassel necklace, different styles).

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Valentino Resort 2014

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Hot pink cheetah print, neon camouflage and oversize anoraks – Valentino has made it all look chic. If you haven’t seen this collection yet, you’re missing out big time. It’s packed with lace, folksy florals and plenty of embroidery and beading. The pieces somehow get prettier and more sophisticated as they go on (view the slideshow for the full effect). Don’t miss the fantastic pleating and seaming, either – these pieces are perfect down to the stitch. The shoes are to die for, too, and each look is perfectly matched with a pair of sandals, flats, or boots. Summer 2013 hasn’t even ended yet, and I’m already looking forward to next year.

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