New Accessorizons

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A few years ago, I was all about earrings and rings. These days I’m more of a necklace and bracelet girl (although I did get a couple really freaking nice rings in 2008 and 2011). But I picked up these ginormous earrings on a whim recently, and I got these fun rings as a gift. So for this first day of the Black Out challenge, I decided to start with some really basic non-black neutrals, and then let my bold new accessories do the talking. I even made the strategic decision to go with a neutral lip and minimal eye makeup because seriously…these earrings are huge.

similar Earrings // similar Scarf // similar Sweater (almost identical) // Jeans // similar Boots (on sale) // similar Round Ring* //  Nails “Oui”  // Lips “Please Me”

*Rings provided courtesy of House of Gemmes.

5 thoughts on “New Accessorizons

  1. The combination of fur and the cream sweater is so pretty! I too also have shifted from rings and earrings to bracelets and necklaces. I wonder if these trend changes are purposeful in the market or just a result of looking for something new… (I’m picturing Miranda Priestly circa 2012 yelling at someone about how bracelets are the way of the future…)

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