A little jewelry goes a long way to finish off an outfit, especially when it’s something from Victoria Emerson. The brand is famous for its multi-layered beaded, stone, and metal bracelets with an artsy, crafty look and free-spirited boho vibe.
You may have seen me wearing Victoria Emerson on the blog before. Now I get to sample some of their latest looks, thanks to my blogger friend @jolynneshane. Jolynne has partnered with Victoria Emerson on a beautiful new 11- piece collection I’m excited to share, and she has a deal for you! Take a look.
1. Druzy Crystal Cuff
Wow, this one is something. A little sequins, some natural round stones, beading, and a shot of exotic animal print make this Druzy Crystal Cuff a real conversation piece! I love the way this looks next to my gorgeous rust cableknit cardigan. It’s bold and playful and makes you look twice!
2. Stone and Sequin Mini Cuff
This one has the look of smooth polished beach stones mixed with gold! I love the warm, cool mix and how it looks against my powder blue mock neck sweater. This Stone and Sequin Cuff has a tranquil, breezy feel, like the ocean. You nailed this, Jolynne!
3. Silver Link Mini Cuff
For all you gals who love silver, here’s a pretty one. White marble-like beads and a few strands of silver chains make this a more understated but fascinating piece. I love how it picks up on the white flecks in this beautiful cotton v-neck sweater. I’d called this Silver Link Mini Cuff more Boho Light.
My 3 Victoria Emerson Bracelets
Here’s a closer look at the three natural, unique-looking bracelets I’m wearing in the post from the Victoria Emerson x Jolynne Shane collection.
shop the look
For all you gals who prefer a more classic look, there are some other lovely pieces from the collection: bracelets and necklaces. Check out the carousel above to discover what I mean and shop.
Shipping is free at Victoria Emerson on orders over $75, and they have a 30-day no-questions-asked return policy too.
Thanks, Jolynne, for sharing your fabulous collection! Maybe you can take up jewelry designing when you get tired of blogging!