Sarah Chloe

//Sarah Chloe bracelets

There haven’t been too many fashion items I have been stalking lately.  Mostly because my attention has turned to redecorating my house and all my extra spending money has been going in that direction! {Home posts coming soon}  Instead of glamorous heels or the perfect bag… my eyes have been set on the coolest kitchen faucets and designing my dream bed.

This little bauble however caught my eye and went immediately into my shopping cart!  And since arms are meant for stacking, a girl can never have too many classic bracelets.




I love anything with monograms, initials and personalization and that definitely extends to jewelry.  While we all have a number of these pieces in our jewelry box, I couldn’t resist yet another take.  I’ve had my nameplate necklace for a few months and I can’t take it off! I purchased mine on Etsy, but you can have one made from one of my favorite local jewelry designers, Aquinnah, and the Jennifery Meyer one I have been drooling over for months is pictured above!  {The hints to my boyfriend have been anything but subtle} They have been seen on celebrities and non-celebrities everywhere! Cute with your own name, your kids names,  initials of your loved one like mine {K heart R}, favorite mantra or anything you can think of!  They are a statement on their own and are also perfect for layering.  And really… can you ever have enough jewelry?

//image found on Popsugar


Lenny & EVa

I feel like it always takes us a little longer to catch on to some of the jewelry trends out here on the East Coast.  The past two years I have been loving a line that originated in Tennessee called Lenny & Eva.  I have seen them everywhere on friends out West but have had a hard time finding them closer to home.  I was thrilled the other day when I walked across the street from our studio to one of my favorite little gift shops, The French Hen, and saw that they carry the line! I immediately snatched up a few new pieces and the beauty of this line is that they are all interchangeable and affordable!



It is the perfect balance of cool meets bohemian chic and I now have several cuffs, sentiments, wraps, beads and charms to interchange based on how the mood strikes me. You can now personalize the sentiments as well for your own unique statement.



When I was going through my divorce, my sister bought me a great gift from this fabulous store Sataya.   It was a darling little necklace that  was supposed to bring balance and peace to my life.  Needless to say, I have been a fan of their jewelry every since! I am currently coveting this stunning Sacred Sphere Mandala Cuff in Gold.  This is the perfect bracelet for the empowered goddess I now feel like 6 years later!