Everyday Jewelry

There are two pieces of jewelry that I wear every day, and I wanted to make sure everyone saw them! They are both so special to me and have a lot of meaning, as most jewelry should (except for statement necklaces, those are just for fun and should be worn well and often!)

The first this pearl ring from the Shane Company. I have worn a “pearl” ring every day for about 5 1/2 years, but this is my first real one. Yes the others were super fake. Yes the others had their pearly paint chip off after a few months. Yes I did still wear them after that would happen, and yes I would make sure nobody got a close look at my hand. I love the simplicity of this ring. It has style that is simple, it is a great size, and it was very affordable. Actually, it was really inexpensive, which is even better!


The second is this mother of pearl watch from Bulova, which was a gift from my Grandfather. I actually got to choose the watch that I wanted, and it was not as easy as I thought it would be. I took a year and a half to pick the perfect watch, and I’m so glad that I waited to find this one. The face has a beautiful shine to it in the light (which the picture didn’t capture at all) and I love the roman numerals. The watch itself is the perfect size, especially considering that I plan on wearing this watch every day for many years to come. Don’t get me wrong, I love the big boyfriend watches that have been trendy for the last year or two, but will I want to wear that when I’m 60? Probably not.


I love that these pieces are simple enough to wear every day and still leave room for fun accessorizing with necklaces, earrings, and even other rings and bracelets, too!


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