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January 6, 2015
This post brought to you by Miss Me. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Lush to Blush.
One of my favorite gifts to give during the holidays is jewelry. First of all, what girl doesn’t love jewelry? Even just a simple gold bracelet can add so much to a look. And secondly, I don’t have to worry about sizes! Earrings fit anyone that had their ears pierced and necklaces are great for any girl with a neck. One of my favorite new lines is the dominique cohen for Miss Me collection. They have something for everyone on your list. Here’s which ones I’d give to my girls:
For my BFF: Multi Strand Bracelet
This gorgeous bracelet can go with just about anything to add that touch of sophitication. I personally like the white version best, but they are both beautiful! In fact, I actually did get this for my BFF and she loved it 🙂
For my sister: Fleur De Lis Drop Earrings
I think these have to be my favorite. They can go with anything – from dressing up a casual look to pairing with a semi-formal dress, these sparklers are the perfect fit. I personally like them best in rose gold, but all of the color options are lovely! The gunmetal color is perfect for adding just a touch of edge.
For my mom: Textured Hoop Earrings
Is it just me, or do moms love hoops? These textured hoops are unique and the added pearls make them a little more sophisticated than your average hoop. I also love the rose gold color – so perfect for moms!
For myself: Layering Necklace
This fab necklace is so great to wrap around for tons of different styling options. My secret trick: sometimes I wear wrap necklaces as bracelets too!
For you! Layering Necklace
I LOVE this long necklace because it can be worn so many ways. I figured most people would like it too, so I decided to have a giveaway with it! Enter using the rafflecopter below. Good luck!
What is your favorite piece from the dominique cohen for Miss Me collection?
Photo by Johnny Cheng.