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Over the years, my taste in jewelry has gotten much simpler and more minimalistic. When you have young kids, they tend to tug on bulky jewelry, but I’ve found that by wearing more simplistic jewelry, my kids tend to overlook it.
My daily jewelry look typically consists of a simple necklace or a few necklaces layered, and a pair of post earrings. I also wear my wedding ring and an occasional right hand ring. My go-to necklace has been this hand-stamped Wanderlust necklace from Six Sisters Beadworks. It works great for travel or at home and pairs nicely with anything from my wardrobe.
Wanderlust Necklace from Six Sisters Beadworks
Earlier this month I talked about shopping purposefully this holiday season. Rather than purchasing junk that is on sale that the recipient might not even necessarily like, make an effort to actually choose a gift with meaning. Not only will the recipient appreciate the gift more, you will feel so much better choosing a gift that came from the heart.
Jewelry for Kids from Six Sisters Beadworks
The Carly necklace is great for adults, but I am also really loving this Anna Marguerite Cuff Bangle Bracelet ($58) for babies and kids. I had one customized for my daughter, Charlotte. As you can see, I had a heart and her name put on the top of the bracelet, and if you scroll down just a bit you can see that I also added the Roman numerals of her birthday on the back. She loves this bracelet and will treasure it for years to come.