Thursday, October 18, 2012

Double Up!:

Nowadays it's so easy to type something up in your google search box and find what you're looking for. There are tons and tons of different outlets you can find the same or similar item you are looking for.

However, the one thing you can't google and find is, Your Style.. That one special thing' that remains unique to each and every one of us.

Your style is a small little indication of who you are and it is key that you stay true to your own.

I've found that in my style I tend to go for pieces I can reuse in multiple different ways... Be it clothes or accessories... Wether it's $15 or $150, no matter what the price point I want to be sure I'm getting something I can really get use out of for all my different style moods.

As you may already know, the fashion world is all about chunky metal chains and links- applied to clothing, shoes, jewelry, handbags, home accents... It's literally everywhere! It's easy to give in to the trend and use it as its intended to be used but I think its the way you specifically style it and use it that stands out most.

With that said, I love my SDS link necklace so much, I thought it might be to change it up an use it as a bracelet. I linked my rose and my silver link necklace into one large one and wrapped it around my wrist, stacking it with a bling-y bracelet.

Another key piece I am absolutely in love with is the Celine Phantom. I call it my baby... And literally treat it like one. So when I added my link necklace onto my bag I made 100% sure the leather wouldn't scratch, and it doesn't. Thought it was a fun little accent to my already beautiful Celine :)

And lastly (for now...) I use my black Miu Miu wristlet so much nowadays, I've had it for years... All I did was add the link necklace around the leather wristlet and with that one simple touch, got a brand new Miu Miu mini!

One piece, one price...4 different ways...


1 comment:

  1. I love how you're incorporated the jewelry with your bags!

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