NECKLACE: Betsy Pittard Designs c/o | EARRINGS: Betsy Pittard Designs c/o |
TOP: Lizard Thicket similar here & here |JEANS: Cello – Charlotte Russe |
BOOTIES: Red Dress Boutique (old) similar here & here | HAIR: Folica c/o
Happy hump-day, y’all! We’ve made it this far, only 2 more days ’til the weekend! I hope everyone has been having a good week so far. Mine has really been dragging for some reason, so hopefully it will pick up tomorrow.
Today I wanted to share with you the freaking CUTEST necklace I think I have actually seen in my life. I am actually not exaggerating. This is the Teresa Tassel Necklace from Betsy Pittard Designs and it’s really that great! I have loved Betsy Pittard Designs for a while now, and was ecstatic when I received the opportunity to work with them on their new spring pieces. I definitely have spring fever like crazy, and this necklace is so bright and fun it just makes my heart smile. 🙂 This tassel necklace is so on trend right now. Tassels seem to be popping up everywhere this season and I love it. I love the bright multi-colored tassels and the colors on the Teresa Tassel Necklace kind of remind me of a Mexican fiesta because they’re so bright and happy. This tassel necklace also goes with so many different shirts or dresses, which is so important to me when getting a new piece of jewelry. Even pairing this with a basic white or black tee would look so chic and adorable, and would require minimal effort. I seriously cannot stop wearing this necklace.
I am also wearing my new Turquoise Triangle Studs that are also from Betsy Pittard Designs, which I will link below as well. I am such a sucker for stud earrings. I always lean towards studs over hoops or dangling earrings. It’s probably because I wear my hair in a braid or ponytail very frequently, and studs are always the perfect finishing touch to any look when your hair is pulled back. For this look simple earrings were key to not overstate the stunning Teresa Tassel Necklace. I also feel like turquoise is very timeless, and have always loved turquoise jewelry. My grandpa actually makes jewelry out of turquoise out West, so maybe the reason I love turquoise so much is because it is in my blood.
For this look, I wanted my outfit it to be fun and spring-y as well. My bright purple, or “radiant orchid” in the Pantone world, top is from Lizard Thicket. The color of the top matches perfectly with one of the tassels on the tassel necklace. It has adorable bell sleeves too, so I will link some other bell sleeve tops for you guys above and below. I got it back in December, and cannot find a link to anything similar, and unfortunately Lizard Thicket is completely sold out of it. Why they were selling a bright colored shirt in December, I am not sure, but I am so glad that I was able to snag it up. I paired it with my destroyed Cello skinny jeans to add a little edginess to the look. I’m wearing my favorite bootie wedges, which I purchased a couple of years ago, but I have similar options for you guys if y’all would like something similar linked above and below.
I kept my hair simple, to show off my gorgeous Teresa Tassel Necklace and Turquoise Triangle Studs. I just did a loose and messy dutch fishtail braid at the crown into a regular 3-strand braid pulled off the the side. I used my favorite Fave4 Texture Takeover Spray from Folica to give the braid grip and hold. If y’all would like a tutorial on this, just let me know!
Another huge thank you and shout-out to Betsy Pittard Designs for letting me help them show off their new spring jewelry. Her pieces are so unique, trendy, and stunning, y’all seriously need to go check out her Etsy store to see her entire collection. Please feel free to reach out to me if y’all have any questions about her products or the jewerly that I have. I would love to help!
I hope y’all continue to have an amazing week. 🙂