We hope you had a wonderful Christmas and have been enjoying the holiday season. This year, more than ever, we are taking time to focus on self care and how we can show up as our best selves. It is one of the few things in 2020 we have complete and total control over. Often, that starts with taking pride in our appearance so we can feel confident even as the world around us shifts. Appearance certainly isn't everything, but when we are wearing something that truly makes us feel our best, we can't help but radiate good vibes!
With that in mind, we wanted to give you an opportunity to save on that piece of Carolily jewelry you've had your eye on all holiday season. The one that maybe didn't make it under the Christmas tree. Or the piece you were hoping would go on sale. Luckily for you, that sale starts now!
Our Boxing Week Sale will run from December 26 through to January 2. Every single piece of our statement jewelry is 25% off, even our Signature Collection, which almost never goes on sale.
There is no promo code needed; your discount will automatically be applied at checkout.
With all these incredible options, where do you start? Let us share with you the best Boxing Day jewelry we have to offer and why we think these pieces are perfect for you.
There is no promo code required to take advantage of our sale! The 25% discount will be applied at checkout automatically.
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy shopping!
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As we sit here, writing this article, we know that we'll never experience this moment again. We'll never be this exact age again. We'll never feel this exact way again. We'll never look identical to how we do in this moment. We only have the present.
When we are struggling with the reflection we see in the mirror, feeling like it doesn't match how youthful we feel inside, we like to remind ourselves of five reasons why this is our best age ever.
How often have you heard "she looks good for her age" or had someone assume something about you because of your age? We're all guilty of it. Society perpetuates the idea that once we cross the birthday threshold into our 50s or... *gasp*...our 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, that there are limitations based on a number.
We always say that age is "just" a number. But, that's not totally true, is it?