When it comes to jewelry, I love small pieces over chunky ones. I’m dainty, I can’t wear big pieces! I also like to layer and stack my jewelry and don’t like to feel weighed down.
Recently, I’ve been all about gold. I rarely wear silver anymore because I feel that gold is just more me. But I love mixing metals and doing whatever I want, so Samantha Faye’s silver wishbone makes a perfect layering piece for me. I love the way it looks when paired with other delicate chains!
Want to know something really cool? The chains are adjustable! You can make your necklace 16 or 18 inches depending on what you feel like wearing. That’s a super neat feature that you won’t find anywhere else.
I’ve worn this necklace everyday for months, and it’s become a staple in my jewelry collection. If you’re looking for light and whimsical pieces, Samantha Faye is totally for you.
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I think there’s some kind of innate thing that makes girls go Awwww when we see something small and cute. When I saw this tiny ring, I did just that. Knuckle rings are a huge (sort of an oxymoron there no?) trend right now, and I’m totally loving into it.
[Motif Midi Ring//Free People]
You thought this was going to be about Fifty Shades Of Grey didn’t you? Gotcha! Yes, I’ve read all three books. Yes, I loved all of them. Yes, I love Christian Grey and am not above stumbling into random offices in downtown Atlanta just to find a CEO who will take me out for coffee. Or dinner. Or whatever. And if he so happens to look like Ian Somerhalder who I am dying for the Hollywood gods to cast as Mr. Grey, then so be it. I won’t complain. ANYWAY…
Working at a spa means you have to maintain some kind of relaxing and pleasing aesthetic. Our place is black and white with hard wood floors and touches of silver and amber. It’s super pretty and clean and looks how you would want a spa to look. I have to wear all white. Everyday. I had no idea how difficult this was. I thought I had a lot of white in my wardrobe, but I was very very wrong.
[This shirt would fall under "blend-with-the-wall" white]
I am now going to name fifty shades of white to broaden the horizons of my work outfits:
1. Hospital walls
2. Printer paper
4. Apple charger
5. Macbook (circa 2006)
12. Frosted glass
14. Crown molding
15. Parking space lines
16. Dashes in roads
18. Car headlights
20. Five brand wine bottles
22. Book pages
23. Square device
24. Coffee creamer
25. Half & half
26. 2% Milk
27. Whole milk
28. Skim milk (am I cheating?)
29. Contact case
35. Hanes shirt
36. Buttercream frosting
37. Angel food cake
38. Pound cake
41. Jay Manuel’s hair
42. Betty White
44. Boy-band frosted tips
45. Snow leopard
46. KISS face paint
47. Oreo filling
48. Jergen’s lotion
Ever since I saw these Isabel Marant sneaker wedges on one of my blogger-heroines, Man Repeller, I knew I needed some in my life.
[Image via Man Repeller]
Unfortunately, as a recent college graduate I have limited funds. Fortunately, HonestlyWTF has rounded up some slightly more affordable pairs (read: I’ll still be saving for a while). Now I know it’s not exactly practical to wear wedged sneakers, but when is fashion ever really practical? I think sneaker wedges are probably way more comfortable than the ones I was kicking around in yesterday. So in reality, they’re necessary. That is skewed fashion blogger logic, and I’m okay with that.
I’m digging these from Lemarè. Definitely an investment, but my head is already spinning with outfit options! I already have a jar set aside for the “Sneaker Wedge Fund.”
I may not be a child of the eighties but sometimes I sure feel like it. I’ve got plenty of hair, and I’m drawn to all things neon. I had a wonderful meeting today and some really exciting things are happening! I can’t wait to share with you all.
This is what happens when you live in a zoo.