During the Holidays, everything seems to glisten and glow. The snow, the icicles….our necks and hands? Let everything sparkle this holiday season, but don't let yourself break the bank! I've found the perfect way to stay on a budget with incredible looking bling!
What's hot this season?
Bright chunky jewelry.
You can pair a great bold color on a necklace, earrings, or bracelet with a traditional black shirt or dress. Changing up your jewelry can alter the entire look to a classic piece.
Layers of luxury!
Try layering thin strands of gold or silver necklaces to add a festive touch of glitz. This can add a festive feel to any holiday look. Great looking jewelry doesn't have to break the bank. Celebs wearing expensive bling can give us (the normal person) a heads up on what's hot, but going over budget is not. Check out these hot holiday trends that are heating up the LA scene, which look twice as nice at an affordable price.
Chandelier earrings are a classic piece. They've stood the test of time, and are always in style. If you're opting for a no-go on the necklace, spice it up with bold and sexy earlobes. Chandeliers will bring the attention up to your face. Shimmering rocks will add glow to frame your face and brighten your eyes. I found the same looks for less at The Limited in The Crossroads mall in Portage .
The "Real Deal"!
If you're looking for the "real" deal, don't forget Kay's Jewelry line of Jane Seymour's "Open Heart" collection. This is one of my very favorite pieces. You can opt for a dainty diamond heart or go all out on the big bling. You can find the entire "Open Heart" Collection at The Crossroads mall . This holiday season, 'bling' on the cheer with a sparkly new year!
*Check out the photos above to see these great looks at a much better price!
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