Unique Accessorizing on a Budget

Hey there! I’m sure you’ve been like me and stared in your jewelry closet, thinking Ugh…I’m bored by all of these pieces. The reality is, updating your accessories (on a budget, of course) really helps to breathe new life into some of your staple wardrobe pieces.

One of my favorite ways to shop for budget-friendly jewelry is from boutiques, usually on GROOPDEALZ or JANE. When you sign up for free, you get daily emails alerting you about daily deals. I’ve been purchasing from these websites for years and have been rarely disappointed.

Another budget-friendly option is FRANCESCA’S, especially with a discount or a buy one, get one half off deal.

Boutique jewelry, though, is a way to add budget-friendly jewelry to your closet, and by not purchasing from a big box store, you are almost ensuring no one else is going to be wearing that exact same necklace.

My friends at TWIRL BOUTIQUE in Cedar Falls, Iowa, are offering my blog readers two necklace options at a GREAT discount. Both are tassel necklaces, which are so trendy right now.

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This ROCK NECKLACE is the perfect neutral necklace to add to your wardrobe in gray and gold. And at only $15 (with FREE SHIPPING using the code HEATHER), it will more than pay for itself by the number of times you will wear it.

Another daintier option is the MINT AND GOLD TASSEL NECKLACE. It is only $10 and comes with a pair of gold stud earrings, another accessory staple! I think this necklace is a great option for summer, especially, when we are wearing tanks, sundresses, etc. The lighter weight in this necklace lends itself to better balance in a summer look.

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What a great necklace option with a basic tee and shorts combo for summer. Here I paired it with a LuLaRoe Classic Tee in neutral grays and blue. 

With both necklaces, you can use the code “HEATHER” for free shipping! Happy shopping!

*I was provided with two free necklaces in exchange for this post, though all opinions expressed on this blog are my own.



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