Where do we get our Jewelry?

I get a lot of questions about where I get the beautiful necklaces and jewelry that I use for staging...and the answers might surprise you!  

I got this necklace from Kohls. I love how the gold looks with the glitter gold text on the Strength and Dignity Classic Tee.

 

 

  

This is one of my favorite necklaces, and I also used it to stage the Strength and Dignity V-Neck.

The perfect necklace can dress a classic tee shirt up. Pair them with skinny jeans and nice shoes and you have the perfect comfy and classy outfit!

 


I got this necklace from Walmart! I love the heather raspberry color of the How He Loves Us Triblend Tee. It's really fun to pair a bright colored shirt with a neutral necklace. I also paired it with my grey Toms for a fun spring outfit. Can't you just picture yourself heading to an art festival or to eat at that new restaurant with that nice new patio in this outfit?

 


 You can't ever go wrong with a classic white tee with black font- and the Daughter of the King shirt is one of my favorites!

I paired this shirt with a necklace from Kohls. The shiny gold and sparkly pieces of the necklace help dress up the shirt and will make you stand out like the daughter of the King that you are!


I also love a good stack of bracelets- and most of the bracelets you will see in my photos come from my fellow small shop owner, Ashley, at Candles and Confetti. She these gorgeous bangles that are paired with the Too Blessed to be Stressed short sleeve shirt.  Whether you wear one (like I'm wearing right now!) or several, they are the perfect accessory to your ellyandgrace shirt. (and pro tip: She also has flash sales on instagram- so follow her @candlesandconfetti)!


 

If you are looking for statement necklaces, I recommend checking out Walmart, Kohls, Target and Charming Charlies. I try to stop each time I'm in one of these store, because I never know when I will find the perfect accessory!

Which outfit is your favorite? Mine is the How He Loves Us!


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