Written by Jacqueline Newell
Over the last few weeks of my travels, my jewelry collection has
slowly rapidly increased. I have rediscovered the joys of online shopping and taken advantage of the different cities I have been visiting. Because a lot of women along the road have been asking me where I got certain pieces, I figured I would make a blog post dedicated solely to my jewelry. This first part of the blog is dedicated to rings, bracelets, and earrings.
I recently bought this ring at Charming Charlie’s – I visited their location in Asheville, North Carolina. It has a stretchy band and well, it’s awesome. There really is no other way to describe it.
I guess this is a bad one to have at the beginning of my blog because I actually have no idea where it came from. Erica, an advisor from Epsilon Zeta, gave it to me. That being said, Erica and her husband own a few locations of Plato’s Closet around Nashville, Tennessee. You should go and check it out!
I had seen bracelets similar to this before but I had yet to find the perfect one (my friend Kristin has a giraffe bangle). While in Target in Asheville, NC I found this awesome fish bangle!
I ordered this Bella Ryann bangle off of Amazon a few weeks ago and I love it! I usually don’t wear silver but I love the lighthouse charm because it reminds me of Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
This Kona bracelet is another one that reminds me of being home with the nautical compass charm. I really like the compass charm with all of the traveling that I have been and will be doing this year! I bought this bangle off of Amazon.
After seeing many of these over the past few months, I caved in and bought an Alex and Ani Sigma Kappa bangle.
Unfortunately, the top anchor on this bangle already broke off but that doesn’t mean I love it any less. I bought this at Charmed, a small jewelry store in Asheville, NC.
I bought these back in May for graduation. I got them at Dwellings, a boutique in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. There are six stacked, stretchy bracelets.
I bought this bangle watch at Kohl’s over the summer. I haven’t worn it many times but I try to find opportunities to sport it as often as possible.
I bought these chevron stackable rings from Collide Boutique. I originally bought these thinking that they were bracelets but when the package arrived – surprise!
The last item is my newest and hopefully one I will have for a long time. This pearl bracelet with a Sigma Kappa charm arrived in my weekly mail package.