Does your heart skip a beat when you see look-at-me jewelry? Instantly complete your look with covetable, statement gems, and shine this Cupid’s day.
You can never have too many gorgeous vintage baubles! Luckily with costume jewels you can afford to spoil your loves. And whether you S.O. needs a hint, or your looking for a gift for you mom, bestie, or treating yourself for Valentine’s Day, scroll down for to see my and Lynn’s of All Gussied Up ultimate picks and get inspired.
This is the “IT’ length of the season! Wear this sleek elegant choker with a plunging neckline, or layer with a shorter rhinestone or pearl necklace.
RHINESTONE PAVÉ PANTHER EARRINGS 1980s
They are tiny and they are fierce. I’m head over heels over the marquise-cut sapphire rhinestones! Show off these studs with a messy, sexy chignon.
This playful piece of overlapping rings packs a style punch. Wear this versatile bracelet with a mini color blocked shift, or a boho dress.
KENNETH LANE CAMELLIA COCKTAIL RING
It’s gigantic, it’s fabulous, it’s a conversation piece. Designed by Kenneth J.Lane, whose jewelry is still worn by countless celebrities ( in the 60s his clientele included Jackie O, Diana Vreeland, Audrey Hepburn, to mention a few.) Wear with anything and your outfit will be made.
Whether you’re planning a romantic dinner for two or a night out with the girls, deciding what to wear on Valentine’s Day can be tricky. Thank goodness for beautiful baubles to help take the guesswork out of outfit planning. I love to plan my outfits around my accessories, I find it to be easier in many cases. Here are some jewelry pieces that have inspired some outfit ideas for the day of love:
The instant I saw this sexy piece, I had a vision: a burgundy, fitted, decollete baring dress and gold heels paired with the Ciner necklace. Choker style necklaces are hot right now, but they are also timeless. I would wear this ensemble out on a romantic evening date.
KENNETH LANE “DIANA VREELAND” CUFF 1990s
The jewels in varying hues on this cuff make it so wearable! In my mind, more is more (in a good way), so I’d pair this bold cuff with a pair of faux leather pants, pointy-toe heels, and a sexy top for a night of dancing. You can’t go wrong with a bold outfit, especially on February 14th!
You can’t go wrong with a pair of black and white earrings because they will go with any color(s). For Valentine’s Day, I’d go with a red sheath dress paired with these gorgeous 1960′s earrings.
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