I’ve put together outfits many times based on the bracelets I wanted to wear that day. I don’t see anything wrong with finding inspiration from your accessories. Ever do that?
Last week, I received a Joseph Nogucci Irish charm bracelet and thought of the many outfits I could wear with it. After visiting the website, I found out you can create the bracelet however you want!
There are almost countless options available so your bracelet is unique to you! First you pick a starter band in either leather or silver, then pick your IRIS Lampwork Glass Beads and then pick your silver and rhodium charms.
I received a silver bracelet with blue and purple beads. So pretty. And it could easily be paired with a casual outfit or worn with other bracelets to a festive holiday affair!
I returned from a quick trip away and decided to have brunch in Brooklyn Heights to continue my mini break outside of Manhattan.
I spent some time in Brooklyn Heights when I was a child since my mother worked in the area. I was even a camp counselor in training for Brooklyn Central YMCA which was based in Grace Church on Hicks Street.
I put my hair in a high bun using the Bored with Your Hair kit and set out to have an omelette.
After dealing with several layer requiring temperatures while away, I just wanted to be comfy in Brooklyn no matter what the temperature was there.
Here’s what I wore to brunch in Brooklyn Heights -
Silver fox necklace: Kohl’s | White gold earrings: mine – bought in St. Martin | Silver Perfume Necklace: c/o Netflix | Leggings: c/o Lysse | Bracelet: Banana Republic | Sunglasses: c/o Banana Republic | Tank: c/o Canvas Lands’ End | Hooded Pullover Tunic : Old Navy | Ballet Flats: Tieks| Bag: Danielle Nicole c/o HSN
Want to know what I’m up to before I share in a blog post? Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.