Happy Friday ladies. Who else is ready for the weekend asks the woman who is frantically waving her upraised arm and wishing she was back in Palm Springs.
I don’t travel with fine jewelry because I worry about losing it so for our trip to Palm Springs, I brought and wore my Victoria Emerson watches and bracelets. They’re affordable and fun.
Back in October, I stacked two mini boho bracelets to get the chunky look I prefer. That bracelet is sold out but luckily she’s now making the same silvery, white and aqua colors in this large boho cuff. Her large boho bracelets are my very favorite because they have a magnetic closure which makes them a breeze to put on and take off.
For our first day of running around Palm Springs, I wore white jeans and a denim jacket with this Bled Boho Cuff. It has a white gold plated magnetic clasp with engraved logo, crystal beads, coins, diamante chain, and amazonite stones.
For my day wearing black and white to tour the Lautner estate I wore her Silver Sunburst on black watch, with a simple turquoise wrap.
For lunch at The Sparrow, I wore this wrap with crystals on navy leather. It’s a simple and casual look rather than the stacking I usually do.
It’s hard to see, but I wore the same wrap below with white jeans and a cashmere sweater. Here’s a link to see how to wrap her wraps. I tuck the end underneath after I button it.
Right now, Victoria Emerson is having a buy one get one sale so it’s a great time to add some of her pretty new designs to your collection. She creates handmade accessories so women can wrap themselves in joy and sparkle. Many of her pieces are selling out fast so be sure you sign up to be notified when they get restocked.
Some costume jewelry can be pretty expensive so I don’t like to travel with it any more than I do my fine jewelry. Victoria Emerson’s pieces are very affordable so it was fun to bring lots of it and have fun mixing and matching, with no worry of losing it.
Do you travel with costume jewelry?
A big thank you to Victoria Emerson for collaborating on this post.