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Fabulous Finds: Jewelry at Vocabulary Boutique

We’re excited to share a fabulous boutique with you today and great finds!

Vocabulary Boutique in Little Italy is one of our favorite places to find unique jewelry, especially fashion forward pieces that will make a statement. We borrowed some of the jewelry for the day so we could give you a peak and what’s trending right now.GET THESE ITEMS: Available at Vocabulary Boutique in Little Italy: Rhinestone and studded multi strand necklace, $44; Vintage inspired rhinestone bow headband, $18; Rhinestone and brushed gold chandelier earrings, $28; Silver flower cocktail ring with rhinestone center, $24; Black and clear rhinestone clips, $18; Clustered rhinestone earrings, $28; Rocker chic cuff, silver studded with touches of rhinestones, $34.

TIP #2: For a simple white dress, without embellishment, I love a chunky necklace with matching ribbon or sash, go for a touch of color with rose quartz. It’s warm, organic, and elegant all at the same time, best of all worlds!

GET THESE ITEMS: Available at Vocabulary Boutique in Little Italy: Chunky quartz necklace (locally made) combination of rose and smoky quartz, $500; Hammered quartz earrings with white gold (locally made), $140.

TIP #3: For a lace dress, I like something sweet, something that reflects your personality, something soft like these flower petal earrings.

GET THESE ITEMS: Available at Vocabulary Boutique in Little Italy: Colorful crystal earrings, shown in bronze and sapphire, $18-$24; Bronze link crystal necklace, $44; Brushed golden cuff with fabric flowers with crystal center, $48; Handmade chocolate silk charmeuse flower (CECELIA’S TIP: This is perfect for a custom headpiece or sash), $34; Indian inspired brushed golden earrings, $18; Golden flowers earrings with rhinestone centers, $16; Vintage bow, brushed gold broach with rhinestone center, $48; Brushed gold braided necklace with floating pearls, $48; Brushed golden flower cocktail ring, $18.

More Fashion Tips from Cecelia:

TIP #4: For the fashionistas who LOVE cocktail rings for drama, go ahead and wear it on the right hand even on your wedding day.
TIP #5: I love vintage broaches or buttons made into a headpiece, or vintage earrings made into shoe clips to embellish simple shoes.
TIP #6: My new favorite touch is a Tiffany blue or deep navy blue silk bow added to ivory or white heels, a touch of vintage for your something blue, or really go for it with a pair of blue heels for a strong accent to your gown. You may get more use out of them.
TIP #7: Custom made pieces (headpieces and sashes are most popular) can be just the way you want them and worn over and over again, always reminding you of your special day. For custom made jewelry, talk to the jewelry makers at the farmers markets, if you love their style, they would probably love to create something unique for your wedding day.
TIP #8: Most importantly: Only wear what is comfortable and what you LOVE! Feeling fabulous helps make the entire event more fun and festive.


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