Thursday, January 21, 2010

...who loves Coral!

So I went to our Rally last weekend and was able to see the Spring Line of jewelry. I'm loving this new necklace called Coral and the earrings, called Golden Fringe.

Coral is a great layered necklace and a true statement piece. This is one of those items that when you walk into the room, you're sure be noticed. Coral is a welcomed surprise for me. When I first saw it, I was scared of it. I thought it was too bold for me to wear often, but honestly, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this necklace now. The Coral necklace is perfect for those of us that wear more silver toned pieces than gold ones because the matte gold beads separating the coral beads are just enough punch to bring in the gold. This necklace is 19" with a three inch extender so you can make it a bit longer if you wanted. This necklace retails for 64.
The Golden Fringe earrings are great, light weight chandelier earrings. They move around and dance in the light and are really a great addition to your jewelry wardrobe. These fishhook chandelier earrings retail for $42.

If Golden Fringe or Coral excite you enough to add it to your jewelry wardrobe, contact me offline.


Thursday, January 14, 2010

...who loves statement pieces.

To follow up on my post yesterday to define your style and not let style define you,  I wanted to share one of my favorite pieces from our current jewelry line.

This cocktail ring can be worn if you're dressing for an event, or you can wear it everyday going to the office. It is antiqued gold and rhodium plated with cubic zirconia's set it sort of a cross pattern. The two tone finish is the best of both worlds. Whether you like gold pieces or maybe you are partial to silver, either way, this will suit both tastes.

When I first bought this ring, I thought that there was no way I would wear this. It's not often I'm dressing up for events but I'm so glad I changed my mind and kept it.

If you want to hear sizes available or pricing, please feel free to email me directly.

Wear yours with style!


Wednesday, January 13, 2010

...who likes to layer necklaces

Let's face it, who wants to blend in to the crowd? Not me. I like to be fashionable and stylish but I like to put my own spin on my style. In other words, I want to define my style and not let it define me. When I first became an Independent Jeweler, I never thought I would be wearing multiple necklaces or stacking bracelets. But that's the fun part of my job. To experiment with style and looks. This is a perfect example of layering your necklaces. Gumdrops-by Kate Spade

It's done for you. No muss, no fuss. It creates layers and dimension just like your clothing can do. Your jewelry should be like icing on the cake. It's the last thing you put on, but sometimes it's the first thing that is noticed.

Have fun with fashion and experiment. If it doesn't work, just take it off and try something else. Pair a chunky longer necklace with your favorite diamond pendant or a cross necklace that you cannot seem to part with. Just try different looks and create your own style.

Wear it with style,

Friday, January 8, 2010

...who likes Jewelry!

So, a very smart woman just suggested to me that maybe I should start a blog for my business. Do you ever have any of those "Why Didn't I Think of That" moments? Well today I had one. I am currently working for a direct sales company as a Jewelry Consultant/Independent Distributor and I think this will help with my business.

DISCLAIMER: This site will not be set up to purchase the jewelry through. But I am taking a cue from a couple of ladies that I follow on Twitter. I'm going to use this platform to discuss the jewelry that I love so much and to show you how to mix and match pieces together and layer pieces to create signature looks.

If at any time you'd like to view a catalog or place an order, I'll be glad to get with you offline to discuss.

I hope you enjoy yourself and hope that you will come back often.

Always remember...Like a little? Place an order. Like a lot? Have a Home Show. Like it all? Be a Jeweler like me!