Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Make a Statement




Good afternoon my friends!! I hope you are all having a beautiful day. There is not a cloud in the sky here and I can truly tell you I am walking on sunshine :) Yesterday was Valentine's Day and I spent it eating lots of chocolate and watching Disney movies. The perfect day if you ask me. What did you do on the special holiday? 

Today I want to talk about one of my favorite accessories...the statement necklace! I am sure I have posted about this before, but I am going to update it a little bit. There are so many ways to style these and it is the perfect way to amp up your look in one simple step. 

As spring begins to bloom, so do new pieces. I have seen some truly amazing necklaces in the past few weeks and I want to share some of my favorites with you. Not only that, but I want to tell you how I would style them given the chance!

The first one is the Lana necklace by BaubleBar. This is one of my favorite places to get jewelry because it is so unique and decently affordable. This necklace is divine and perfect for the spring season. Pair it with a white blouse and pencil skirt and you'll be as chic as ever!

Next, I am loving this crystal statement necklace by Topshop. I love that the chain is a ribbon. It just adds an extra flair to the piece. I would wear this with a sexy shift dress and some simple sandals to focus the attention up top. When it is warm of course! :)

The final favorite is the Multi-Tassel necklace by Vince Camuto. Out of the three this is the one I have to have. I love it because it is simple, yet incredibly fashionable. I would style this with skinny jeans and a black t-shirt. This necklace is so fabulous on its own, it doesn't need anything fancy. 

Those were some of my obsessions when it comes to statement necklaces. If you are sometimes lazy like me and are looking to take your look to the next level, simply add a wondrous necklace. No one will even know you took 10 minutes to get ready. 

Thank you for reading and have a glorious day!

Morgan xx

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