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Spring Florals & Boho Chain Fringe

April 14, 2014

There’s nothing like statement jewelry to spice up your seasonal wardrobe. As a rule, I work at least one item that draws the eye into my look on a daily basis… and yes, sometimes more than one. Dressing festively with textures, prints, and colors is one of the ways I make my daily life more fun, and a recent favorite piece in my repertoire is a one of a kind chain fringe buckle necklace from Charlotte Reichman of Norbu Designs.

spring floral print boho festival style gold necklace

spring floral print boho festival style gold necklace

Norbu Designs handcrafts each of their statement pieces with antiques and precious materials, including Tahitian pearls and Swarovsky crystals. While the piece I selected isn’t dripping in sparkle, it is dripping in gorgeous gold chain fringe. I paired it with my sheer floral cardigan and my D-ID jeans this past weekend.

Various styles range from $30-$300, so there is something on the menu for every budget. If you’re thinking of investing in some epic jewelry this month to reflect your personal style, I’d recommend checking out this super creative, independent brand before you hit the boutiques and shop major labels.

spring floral print boho festival style gold necklace

spring floral print boho festival style gold necklace

spring floral print boho festival style gold necklace

I’m so happy to report that this week we have transitioned into bare leg weather (FINALLY) and there is no turning back. Until next fall, anyway.

Happy Monday!

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