Jewelry is often overlooked when putting together an outfit. But what a difference it makes! A little bit of bling can totally elevate an outfit, and make you feel like a million bucks too. Dean Davidson is my favorite go-to jewelry. I’m crazy about Dean’s gorgeous designs! Today I’m sharing some of my favorites from Dean’s Holiday Gift Guide, plus a special surprise!
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Dean Davidson jewelry is truly stunning, and interestingly enough, each collection has a unique theme inspired by Dean’s travels. This is his Origin Collection, inspired by the Fall landscape he designed at this cottage up north in Canada. I’m wearing these sleek Flow Huggie Hoop Earrings, the Crystal Leaf Passage Pendant, and the show-stopping Foliole Statement Cuff.
The fabulous thing about all Dean’s collections is you can mix and match them. Last year I showed you this glamorous Plaza Cocktail Ring, and this year I paired it with his latest collection. You can see more of the ring here. It comes in many other colors too. This ring is by far one of my favorites, and if you ever wanted one get it now at 30% off and you will be entered into a draw to win your purchase! Be sure to use code FAB30 to be eligible!
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I don’t know about you, but after 25 years of marriage, I just let my Santa hubby know what I’d like for Christmas. It’s easier that way, and he is happy too. These drop-dead gorgeous Ipanema Earrings might be something you want at the top of your Christmas list this year.
I can’t tell you how much wear I have gotten out of these. They look fabulous at holiday time with a cocktail dress or jumpsuit, but I have worn them to weddings and special dinners. They are so modern and minimalistic that I can even wear them with many casual outfits.
I’m also big on layering bracelets, and I have many Dean Davidson bracelets that I stack and get creative with to make each of my outfits look unique. Here, I’m wearing the Manhattan Chain Link Bracelet inspired by Studio 54 in the ’70s in NYC and the Signature Twin Cuff.
If you want to give or receive a personalized gift (which always means so much more), I think these Initial Pendant necklaces are fabulous! I can’t stop wearing these. They come in large and small, gold and silver, and the length is adjustable. These are my Initials, D.B. You could order yours and layer them like this, or you could order three necklaces to layer. The initial could be the first letter of each of your children’s names or the initials of your first name and your husband’s first name, whatever you like.
These would also be a sweet gift for your mom, daughter, girlfriend, or sister. They look as great with jeans and a sweater as they do with a dress and heels!
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Another favorite from the holiday guide are these Braided Huggie Hoop Earrings inspired by Dean’s trip to Bali. These are the perfect size for every day and have just the right amount of texture to make them exciting, but without hijacking my outfits.
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Here are just a few of my other Dean Davidson favorites for the holidays to gift or get. I like wearing the Signature Teardrop Gemstone Pendant, usually with something dark to show it off. Then there’s the gold Signature Teardrop Pendant and the very dainty Signature Midi Knockout Pendant I mix and match. The best thing about Dean’s jewelry is it’s modern and versatile. I really wear it both with casual and dressy outfits. It just doesn’t sit in my closet like some jewelry that is too dressy for some outfits and not dressy enough for others!
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