Henri Bendel is one of my favorite store to buy accessories. It’s truly one of the cutest stores to get accessories. Just this past Christmas my Mom got me a key chain that looked like a lipstick! I’m a huge girly girl so anything that’s on the feminine side I tend to love. When I saw the Kenneth Jay Lane “Lipstick” Pin on Shop Bop my mouth dropped! A pin to match my key chain? Yes please!
An outfit just isn’t complete without an eye-catching statement piece! Right now, I am really liking over-sized cocktail rings. They are so fun and flirty, the perfect accessory for a girl’s night out. What I don’t like, however, are those over-sized cocktail rings that sparkle so much they might blind someone. They are just too gaudy for my taste. That is why I am loving the Kenneth Jay Lane Black Onyx Square Ring! But don’t worry if you’re thinking it looks heavy, this piece is actually made of lightweight resin. No finger cramps here! Plus I love how this ring is all one molded piece. I makes this ring look so sleek and sophisticated, despite its jumbo size. Complete your look by pairing this ring with some simple black jewelry such as a beaded necklace and matching earrings. Or if you’re feeling ultra classy, try it with an extra-long strand of white pearls!
Kenneth Jay Lane is one of my favorites for stocking up on cute costume jewelry that’s both reasonably affordable and trendy. Too bad not everything in the KJL collection catches my attention, or is that a good thing instead… Recently spotted to her collection is the Clear Bubble Bead Necklace, a piece only a few gals can actually pull off. Extremely large oversized beads lines this rhodium-plated necklace, presenting such a striking appearance, regardless of who wears it. The name states its clear, but in fact, it’s transparent; and whatever you choose to wear with this necklace, it will reflect the colors of your outfit, so there is no need to worry on matching this necklace up with your favorite articles of clothing. It’s a pretty basic piece, besides the fact that you’ll probably own the largest beads in town. So what’s your input on this unique piece by Kenneth Jay Lane, would you wear this?
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