The Blog Formerly Known As Practical Paralegalism
If you’re a regular reader, you know I believe that a long faux pearl necklace can take a simple outfit from merely appropriate for the law office or court to classic chic. Jada’s Jewels, http://www.jadasjewels.com/events, has several sets available right now in multiple colors.
|A Far from Innocent Timeless Traditional Necklace & Clip Earring Set ~ $16.75 (Jada’s Jewels)|
I love the versatility of super long faux pearl sets, ranging from re-creating a 1920s flapper look when you wear them long, to an updated Mad Men look with you wear them short.
I also love my daily email from Jada’s Jewels. On this paralegal and working mom’s budget, I certainly don’t buy jewelry every day, but it’s fun to window shop via email. Once in a while the daily deal is so perfect for conservative offices and so reasonably priced, that I do buy a piece. Every single item I’ve purchased has been a lovely and invaluable addition to my accessories for the office.
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And yes, I did buy this set. I don’t wear clip on earrings, but I’m going to refashion them for a classic collar/sweater clip DIY like Mongs at My Thrifty Closet did with a fabulous pair of puppy earrings that I am insanely jealous of ;P If you’re not already following her, I highly recommend subscribing to her blog in your RSS feed reader (try free Google reader if you don’t already use a subscription service for your fave blogs). She frequently gives thrifted items new life by refashioning them, and has a sense of style that is both original, yet classic. Inspired by Mongs, I’m on the lookout for the perfect $1 thrifted item to make over. (I actually sew fairly well and miss it.)
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