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Take Your Basics Up A Notch with Accessories from Shabby Apple

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Shabby Apple Accessories

I love statement jewelry. A good statement piece will take your simple, basic clothes and turn them into a knockout outfit. I tend to buy a lot of black and solid colors, so accessories and jewelry is really where I have my fun and play with color. Certified F.A.B.U.L.O.U.S. recently came across Shabby Apple and they have some statement pieces worth drooling over! 

These artfully romantic pieces will instantly add a vintage & feminine touch to your outfit. The two outfits above are inspired by two lovely Shabby Apple accessories. The outfits use the same dress to create two different looks and attitudes while letting the statement jewelry take center stage!

The first outfit I like to call sweet sophistication. The Shabby Apple Isolde Necklace - vintage romantic crystal necklace - instantly adds class to your style. In the colder weather, I've been wearing this necklace with a basic black sweater, making the light crystal really pop and dressing up my sweater. The necklace is 18" long, which looks great with a crew neck or rounded collar (like the dress above). I simply pair the necklace with pearl earrings so the focus of the outfit remains on the necklace, but you could add similar statement earrings to dress up the outfit even more. 

The second outfit -a pop of color- combines gold earrings with bright teal shoes that I normally wouldn't pair together on their own, but the Isadora Bracelet anchors the whole outfit into one stylish, modern & romantic look. The bright heels pick up the color in the bracelet, creating a fun but still romantic style. 

Shabby Apple has many more beautiful accessories that will make great additions to any holiday outfit this season! Be sure to check out their website for statement jewelry that won't go unnoticed!

www.shabbyapple.com

Linnea

 

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Guest Friday, 28 July 2017