oh damn, you guys, this necklace. i am nearly without words — because if i were fully, then this post would not exist. just our luck: the “noir ursula collar” is currently sold out, but nevertheless, you can sign up to be on the waitlist because it is a steal at $48.

…basically, bauble bar is paying you to buy it.

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basically, i prefer my name to be everything i own (it’s a territorial thing), which may be why i’m craving monogrammed jewelry. lucky for me, bauble bar has its own SECTION devoted to it. haven’t shopped the big bb? you should get on that. click here to do so.

basically, i prefer my name to be everything i own (it’s a territorial thing), which may be why i’m craving monogrammed jewelry. lucky for me, bauble bar has its own SECTION devoted to it. haven’t shopped the big bb? you should get on that. click here to do so.

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yesterday, bauble bar launched a tres adorbs promotion where you create your own bracelet stack. the deal lasts until tomorrow, which means: 3 days! 3 bracelets! $30! a typical trio costs $60-70, so this is what my sister and i would call a “baahhhhhgain.” 

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big eyes and new baubles.

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the bauble bar meatpacking pop-up shop

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females of manhattan who have an affordable accessories fetish, why have you not stopped by the bauble bar pop-up yet? it’s just sitting there in the meatpacking district ready for your visit, bursting — nay, crammed — full of beautiful costume jewelry waiting to be tried on. at first, the shop was slated to only exist for a mere fourteen days, but the folks at bb were lucky enough to extend their lease for the entirety of february, so i implore you to take advantage while you still can. get to gettin’, ladies!

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in honor of bauble bar's second birthday, the accessories website is holding a two-week-long pop-up in the meatpacking district that i anticipate will be a really good time for costume jewelry enthusiasts. i will confirm its level of fun after tonight.

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i’ve been paring down a bit since writing this post; art should imitate life, don’t you think? that being said, here is what i’ve been carrying in my hare + hart clutch this week:
cat-eye sunglasses from asos
lip balm & velvet matte lip pencil in “damned”
sorrelli bracelet (c/o) & new bauble bar bling
ipad mini & kindle — yes, both

i’ve been paring down a bit since writing this post; art should imitate life, don’t you think? that being said, here is what i’ve been carrying in my hare + hart clutch this week:

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i need to take a minute to give snaps to bauble bar. i’ve been a fan for a while, but honestly don’t order from them much, though [as promised] i did purchase the wing ear cuffs last week. one broke as i was putting it on, so i reached out to my friend grace who pointed me in the direction of nina and alexis from the brand’s s.w.a.t. team (it stands for “service with accessorizing talent” — they help with customer service issues and are also available for styling advice). they could not have been more helpful or accommodating and shipped out a replacement the next day. they arrived today, one day later, with a personalized note and a bonus pair of earrings.

my experience was so lovely that i just had to share this story with you; in this day and age, such integrity is rare and because of that, i will absolutely shop again.

note: yes, i am wearing the cuffs upside-down.

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this morning, i received i mysterious gift from bauble bar. the contents of said gift ended up being an even more mysterious invitation to receive details regarding the e-boutique’s second birthday party. want to win discounts or jewelry? learn more here.

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bauble bar has again teamed up with the folks at elle accessories to launch a gift shop loaded with some of amazing pieces from amazing jewelry designers in celebration of the holiday season. this includes lulu frost, lizzie fortunato, giles & brother, fallon, kelly wearstler, and more. apologies are due on my behalf to your bank account.

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