3 Sides of Style

I recently had the privilege of working with Valerie Andrus, an extremely talented make-up artist. She approached me with idea of gradually transforming me through three completely different looks. Since she’s the expert and, well, the truth is I’ll jump at the opportunity to be made up, I was beyond excited for her to work her magic.

Dainty Jewelry

Statement necklaces have been “the thing” for quite some time, but as we transition to fall/winter months we are also transitioning into a new era of jewelry.  Necklaces that project femininity have never been so stylish.  I still love big sparkle, but am expecting to see many more fine lines.  Here are a few of my favorite necklaces that fit perfectly into the dainty trend. (Pictured above is the Atelier of Love Lariat Y Bar Necklace $42.90)

Jan Lewis Designs

These bracelets caught my attention for so many reasons.  First and foremost, I love the designs.  While the shapes are bold and statement making, the colors and artistic nature of the paint make them extremely feminine and dainty.  Second, I have known the designer since before I could say the world bracelet, and if anyone is fashionably apt, she is.  Third, Jan has partnered with Blessings In A Backpack  to help children with hunger (please read about this awesome org on their website).  Forth, the bracelets come in different sizing, this is so amazing for people like me with really small wrists.  Most beautiful bangles have been too large for me, and they sadly drip right off my wrists.  These come in small/med/large!  

Flop Your Hat

Floppy brim felt hats are so extremely feminine and I’m crushing on them hard.  I wish it was cool enough in Arizona to wear one right now!  I can’t wait to throw on one of these with bed hair and a pair of sexy jeans.

Collegiate Style

Here are some pieces in theme with back-to-school.  We will be seeing a lot more of this trend that is also a classic as fall rolls in. 

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