BeBuddha Necklaces + The City Lush
One of my favorite parts of being a blogger is the collaborations! I’ve met so many amazing people collaborating on so many levels, whether it’s an event just for bloggers or a photoshoot put together where a bunch of bloggers spend an entire day together shooting. The most fun projects can come from those kinds of days, including this one! I’ve partnered with my buddy Angelica form The City Lush to bring you two of our favorite pieces form BeBuddha Jewelry! Erin Leary of BeBuddha Jewelry hand made these one of a kind pieces and wants you to add them to your very own wardrobe. So, naturally, Angelica and I had to model them just for you.
Let me tell you about these necklaces. They’re amazing! Bold colors, unique jewels, and just the best all around. I secretly [not so secretly] want them for myself! Despite it looking heavy, it’s not. And it makes such a great statement piece! Even just the time we were wearing the necklaces for the shoot, the pieces turned heads like whoa. I can only imagine the conversations this would start out on the town or even in the office.
I’ve been talking about BeBuddha Jewelry a LOT lately on the blog. And it’s because Erin is one of my dearest #GirlBoss buddies and her jewelry is just all around amazing. I wear her earrings all the time to work and out and they’re my absolute favorite. If you’ve heard me talking about her but haven’t clicked the links, I definitely recommend checking them out now. You can shop my necklace and Angelica’s necklace by clicking the links below. I hope you’ll take the time to check out Erin’s shop!
I’m also linking some of my favorite slip dresses in this first image below, the little one. They’re super on trend right now and transition perfectly into fall! Pair with a button down blouse and/or a killer denim jacket and you’re ready for fall. Even better if you can add some over-the-knee boots! So I’m linking some great slip dresses, button downs, denim jackets, and boots all in one click!
What’s your favorite BeBuddha piece? I’d love to hear about it in the comments!