Desert Daze

    

    
    
    

  

   
Our trip to the desert in our new trailer was such an adventure! I love living on the coast but sometimes it’s nice to have a change of environment. Today’s fashion post is featuring pieces I’ve had in my closet for some time now, but I’ve been disciplining myself to use the clothes I have and not fill my closet up with more fabric that a lot of times ends up just sitting there. It’s been hard but it’s also been fun seeing what lost pieces I can put together to make an outfit. My hat, romper, jacket and glasses are all from Forever 21. My crystal necklace is made by Tiana with Pueblo Street Jewelry Co, my native bracelet is made by me at Kari Jane Co, and my fringe boots are from Not Rated Footwear. If you find some shoes you like there, you can use code “Kari Jane” to receive 20% off your purchase. I hope everyone had a fabulous Easter with your families! 

Pueblo St. Jewelry Co.

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I was so excited to come home to a package full of beautiful jewels from Pueblo Street Jewelry Co. They are an amazing company that thrives on crafting, creating, and love to search for “beauty in the unexpected.” This unique jewelry company is based in California on the Central Coast.

Displaying photo.JPG“The Dainty Spikes Necklace” is so cute! I love the simplicity of it but also how it has a fierce nature about it. Combining it with a native inspired top seemed like the perfect fit.
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“The Beach Goddess Earrings” (above) are made out of wood and are very lightweight.  These unique earrings add the perfect amount of visual interest to any outfit.
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I have never owned a necklace like this one! The “Crystal Chunk Necklace” looks so pretty as a stand alone accessory or can be layered with other necklaces. This beautiful free-formed crystal is gold-dipped and hangs from a faceted brass ball chain.
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I am so excited to own such amazingly beautiful jewelry! You can find all their uniquely handcrafted jewels at www.pueblostreetjewelry.com. Thank you Pueblo St. Jewelry Co.!