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Everyone has that one piece of jewelry that they wear every single day. Whether it’s a pair of earrings, a ring, or a special necklace. One item that we all feel naked when we forget it on the bathroom sink. Four out of five of these items fall into that category.
Michael Kors Watch: This is my tried and true daily wear. So much so that the gold is rubbing off on the back and the face is scratched. Maybe I should get another one, but I can’t bring myself to do it. I don’t think this watch will every go out of style, therefore, everyone needs it in their box.
David Yurman Rings: The first ring (on the left) was my very first David Yurman piece so it holds a special place in my heart. I got it for Christmas from my parents and it’s the most simple, classy ring. The second ring (on the right) was also a gift from my parents for my 22nd birthday. It’s a hazy green color – especially hazy when it’s dirty like it is now. I love how unique yet understated this ring is and I pretty much wear it every single day.
David Yurman Bracelet: Throughout college I had always wanted a stack of these cable bracelets. I didn’t grow up in the city so I had no idea what David Yurman even was until freshman year sorority recruitment. It was hard for me to choose which stone I wanted, but the black seemed like a safe choice – it goes with everything, plus the gold accent allows me to wear it with my gold watch! Perfect. I love this bracelet so much I’ve decided I am now going to collect them. Next on my list: the gold tip, turquoise tip, and pearl. These are definitely investment pieces, but I highly suggest saving up for one.
Silver Necklace: When my grandma passed away, I got a lot of her jewelry. This is one of the only pieces I’ve held on to all this time (it’s been 19 years) and it’s amazing how this classic pendant is so timeless. I’m not sure what it’s made of or if it’s even a precious stone, but it has the perfect amount of vintage quality while still very wearable. I used to wear it to all of my college exams as a good luck charm.
What are your favorite pieces and what are the stories behind them? Link up with me below!
Also, no topics for the rest of April today, but if you have a suggestion please leave me a comment below! I had bloggers block and couldn’t come up with any. 🙂
These items are my favorite because I wear them every single day and they’re very sentimental. I am in no way trying to brag about having nice jewelry – I’m very blessed to be able to invest in high quality accessories that I will be able to pass on to my children! Just wanted to clear that up.