Do y’all love jewelry as much as I do? I admit it, I love the bling of costume jewelry. It just makes an outfit and I don’t feel put together unless I have some pretty sparkly jewelry around my neck, hanging from my wrist, and dangling from my ears.
So, given the opportunity to get a BIG box of jewelry from Styled by Tori Spelling to play with and put together, what girl could resist that one?
We gathered at my sis’s house and unloaded the BIG box of goodies.
I received 2 collections: Boho (above) and Noir (an all black collection).
With earrings, bracelets, and necklaces, there are lots of jewelry combos that can be made with the Styled for Tori Spelling collection. This is costume jewelry and not boutique jewelry and if you enjoy putting things together, you can find it at your local craft stores.
The Noir collection has lots of sparklies to play with. The collections come with connectors that open and close and that’s how they connect.
The black Noir collection was fun to play with.
The Boho collection is fun and funky, with lots of colors to play with. I really liked this necklace bottom, so claimed it for myself.
My sister likes the bling and picked out this feather necklace bottom to go with a rope topper. It went together with round connector parts.
My buff brother-in-law, Bruce, who had just come in from working in the yard, played model for us.
The bracelets come in 3’s on a card and the connectors on another card (right). See those little clasps on the bracelets? They slide back and connect on those little circles on the connector. That’s how easy it is to put together!
Lauren had fun with her selections too and put together this pretty combo that went well with her top she had on.
She added some turquoise earrings to her collection to finish it off.
The necklaces go together the same way. Those round connectors open and then it’s added to both pieces to hold them together. We did have a few problems with these rings connectors and a few of them didn’t open properly. That was the main thing that we had any problems with. The concept of this line is fun and hopefully they’ll iron out any issues with connectors and parts along the way.
Here’s one of my necklace sets put together. It will be fun to have these pieces to dress up my outfits.
This bronze set is part of the Boho collection too and is very sparkly and pretty.
This set will look great in the Fall with autumn colors, don’t you think?
Mom took her turn with the Noir collection (that was more her style) and she found some pieces to put together that she will enjoy wearing to church and dressy events.
One of the very fun things with the Styled by Tori Spelling collection is the pendants that you can add too. These individual pieces can be changed out for more sparkle and bling. You can see another connector on this one (with little rhinestones in a circle).
More from the Noir collection, this sparkly necklace and earring set will be fun to have around.
Here are some examples of the pendants that can be added. Fun, right? They can be worn as pins too.
Boho has some great colors in this collection: corals, blues and summery colors. Love them! All the collections can be mixed up for lots of stylish possibilities.
Another piece from Boho, Lauren put this leaf necklace together.
I put together one more set from the Boho collection and this coral and blue necklace with silver chunks goes so well with my jacket.
Do you enjoy costume jewelry as much as I do? I love jazzing up my clothing with jewelry, that has always been something I’ve enjoyed. Jewelry can really make or break an outfit and I prefer to wear jewelry when I’m going out. I’m happy to see chunky jewelry coming back too. Back in the 80’s, I had my share of the chunky and it was just pure fun to wear it.
I’ll be getting out my Styled by Tori Spelling collection this summer to add some pizazz to my clothes. If you’re interested in checking this out for yourself and your friends, stop by your local craft store, JoAnn’s or Michaels for more details.
Have fun with your jewelry and wear it well!
Disclosure: I wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with Darice and Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.
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