If you have a healthy jewellery and accessory obsession but don't want to invest thousands then this post is for you.
This week’s shopping post is about costume jewellery because
lately I have noticed a trend.Several established fashion designers have branched out this
spring to expand or introduce a new jewellery line with into their collection. These
non-jewellery designers seem to know what they are doing despite not being
necessarily known for designing jewels they offer a wide array of gorgeous accessories;
the best part is that most items are under $200.
So why break the bank at a jewellery store when you can visit the local mall, or shop from the comfort of your couch and
find all of the beauties shown below?
1. BCBG: if you read my blog regularly this will not come as a shock to you, I love their jewellery line. I've been a long time supporter because of the affordable price point and also the high quality. Don't those emerald earrings remind you of the ones Angelina Jolie wore to the Oscars a few years ago?
2.Tory Burch:when you walk into Tory Burch the jewellery is scattered around here and there and can easily be missed amongst the stunning beaded and embellished silks and linens hanging on the racks. Understandable, but next time you're looking for a not too serious piece, or a statement cuff why not take a look at what Tory has to offer.
3. Michael Kors: not just known for watches any more, the jewellery line is dainty and very wearable for every day. Faux tortoiseshell and rose gold are definitely a winning combo and are so easy to just throw on without thinking too hard
4. Rebecca Minkoff:umm...have you seen THIS yet? If not, then stop reading, and click and watch (but then come back to my blog pretty please, at least finish reading this post sheeesh). You will then understand why I added Rebecca Minkoff's new jewellery line to this post. Mad bonus points for the sexy Leandra Medine as her jewellery muse/model.