Dressed for: Shine


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Blazer – Eileen Fisher via consignment – similarplus – sustainable
Tee – H&M (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Jeans – Gap (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Boots – Steve Madden (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Bag – Madewell – sustainable
Bracelets – eBay
Earrings – Bijou Nooy
Necklace – The Las Vegas courtesy Dana LeBlancuse code AP2015 for 15% off your entire order!

Have I mentioned lately that my newfound affection for gold jewelry still amazes me? I was ADAMANT about being an all-silver girl for so long … but first it was antiqued brass sneaking in, and now I’m drawn to full-on gold pieces like this stunner from Dana LeBlanc. I thought about doing shoes with some prominent gold-tone hardware for this outfit, but it felt like too much. A bold necklace like this should be front-and-center.

I’ve been a fan and wearer of Dana’s designs for many years, and am thrilled that she’s set up a coupon code for you fabulous readers: Use code AP2015 for 15% off your entire order. Her wares make great gifts, too!

Already Pretty outfit featuring long black blazer, black tee, skinny jeans, black ankle boots, Dana LeBlanc gold statement necklace, Madewell bucket bag
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2 Responses to “Dressed for: Shine”

  1. Courtney

    I’m with you on the gold jewelry thing. I did all silver forever, even though I knew gold was better with my complexion, but I’ve switched to gold in the past year. I feel like with a neutral heavy outfit, gold adds a nice warmth. Especially with greys – grey and gold is becoming one of my favorite combos, just because it’s unexpected.