Today I tried the Stella & Dot Phoenix necklace - and truthfully, I think it’s a bit to edgy for my normal style… So I tried to “edge-it-down” by pairing it with a romantic shirt (note shoulder pouf in pic), and admittedly it worked! I loved it! The white color helped balance the harsh mixed-metal tones and I really loved the finished look! I also received a few compliments because it was out of the ordinary for something I would normally wear! Love!!
We’re going to call this post “An Ode to the Renegade.”
Let me put it simply, if you like arm candy, or arm parties, or jewelry, or fashion, and you do not own the Renegade bracelet.… run, do not walk, immediately to Stella & Dot and buy it. Now. And if you are smart, you will buy one in ever metal offering.
My arm party today! Mixed it up a little bit, and did a different combo — and actually LOVE it! I’ve received several compliments! i think the difference is the eye-catching simplicity of the Radiance Coil Bracelet. Really, makes all the difference!
Here’s a great “what I wore” clip! I’m highlighting the Stella & Dot Zoe Lariat necklace on a “mixed-metals” kind of day!
I have to admit, I wasn’t totally sold on this necklace at first glance. I couldn’t figure out why it was a “fan favorite.”
Until I tried it on.
And then it was literally love at first sight.
Obsessed. Can’t get enough of it. (I played with it all day too). ;) Wear it high, wear it low, wear it tied, wear it looped… wear it however you like! I’m literally in love. Love love love. In friggin’ love with it.
Have you been looking for a staple, or go-to chain link gold bracelet? This one is to-die-for! <3 It feels heavy on, but not too heavy. I think the weight is perfect. It’s chunky and noticeable, and the gold plating color is perfect. Really recommend!
I love that Stella & Dot is a company created for women, by women. Love love love! This is a fun pic of my mom and one of her bffs modeling Stella & Dot at an art opening! Two fabulous pieces on two fabulous ladies! (Denise, on the right, is appropriately wearing the “Frida” as it was her art opening!)