Fall is one of our favorite times of year. The changing leaves, the chill in the air, the cozy knits and luxurious fabrics...we love it all.
While we wear our statement necklaces all year round, fall is the perfect time to experiment with larger pieces of jewelry because our cool weather outfits typically have more substance to them.
As always, we would like to remind you that there is no wrong way to wear statement necklaces. It doesn't matter what fashion trends are popular; we believe that you should wear whatever jewelry makes you feel your best. The necklace that makes you feel like you're celebrating yourself every time you put it on is the right necklace for you.
As we mentioned, there is no wrong wear to wear statement necklaces. But, if you're looking for a little direction on which pieces to pick up this season, allow us to share our five favorite statement necklace trends for fall 2020.
One of the most wonderful parts about wearing statement jewelry is the way it makes you feel! You mood is instantly elevated, you feel put together and ready to take on whatever adventure comes your way. You may wish to try our favorite fall trends for statement necklaces or forge your own path with our other styles! We cannot wait to see how you style our jewelry this season and all the seasons to come!
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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?