Kate Spade’s holiday collection was released last week and, as always, everything is so darn cute. There’s a champagne bottle coin purse, a floral-print scarf I’ll probably buy, and this unbelievable necklace. One look at the rhinestone ribbon put me in a festive mood. Bring on the egg nog, tinsel and Bing Crosby, STAT.
I’m a pretty firm believer that if you wore a trend the first time it was popular, you should probably stay away from it the second time around. It’s why I’ve been hesitant to wear a nameplate necklace again. No, I didn’t wear one when Carrie Bradshaw made it popular. I wore one when I was seven years old. I found the little 14” necklace when I was packing up my childhood bedroom and, with all sentimental pieces, I tucked it away for safekeeping.
When oNecklace asked if I’d be interested in featuring one of their name necklaces, I couldn’t bring myself to wear my first name on my collarbone again. Instead, I opted for a cheeky “Bonjour” necklace in the Alegro script.
The fall colors here are in full force, but the peak season won’t last much longer. This Elizabeth Cole necklace is a lovely way to enjoy the season’s fiery hues as long as possible.
Pairing jade with black is one of my favorite color combinations. Add in a bit of mint and it’s even prettier, especially at a price point of just $25. This necklace will look lovely with summer’s palm prints.
I hope you’ve become a bit of a Gerard Yosca devotee after Tuesday’s post, especially since you have the chance to win this necklace from his upcoming fall collection: Classic Rock. The collection launches soon, so the lucky winner will be one of the first to wear it!
To enter, just visit Gerard’s site and let me know what else you like. As always, there are bonus entries for supporting Bedknobs & Baubles and our sponsor.
The giveaway is open to U.S. readers. Good luck!