Hello, sweet friends,
I am in a bit of a blue funk so hoping that writing a quick blog post will help me snap out of it.
Are you familiar with Plunder jewelry? I wasn’t until my sister Valerie hosted a virtual Plunder party on Facebook about a month ago. I have a lot of jewelry but not many pieces that I wear a regularly. Tend to change out my earrings daily and have statement necklaces I pair with certain outfits. Recently shared this post sharing a lovely necklace made for me by the good people at Messages in Metal. And of course, my Prince has given me some very nice ‘jewels’ but we don’t really go places where I feel comfortable being bedazzled. But overall, I am not a fancy jewelry kind of lady.
Wanted to support my sister, though, so happily took a look at Plunder. So glad I did! Have a look at the darling pieces I scored.
My Pretty Plunder
I ordered earrings for my daughters and bracelets for myself. But there were so many pretty, unique pieces to choose from, I could have easily and happily spent my entire paycheck on baubles.
My bracelets arrived beautifully boxed.
And carefully wrapped.
And packaged in pretty little bags.
I wanted something in a leopard print but couldn’t pick between the cuff and the bangle. So what’s a girl to do? Buy both.
And Plunder makes indecisiveness affordable!
The Frankie bracelet. Multi-colored beads & faux leopard with antique gold magnetic closure.
And the Rochelle bracelet. A leopard print gold cuff with spring closure.
On a recent visit to Charming Charlie’s, I saw a leopard kimono I liked. Thinking this payday might be a good time to check it out again.
Or even better – shop for one from my couch. By clicking on the images below for a better look, you help me to earn a few pennies.
Either way, I look forward to wearing these bracelets often.
Thank you, baby sister. And thank you, Plunder!
Have you embraced the animal print craze? It’s kind of like camo for me. At first, I thought too hard about both prints. Felt that by wearing camo I would look like I was promoting a love of hunting or war. And in donning leopard it might seem like I support big game killing and wearing animal fur. None of which could be further from the truth. I like leopard much better on the animal than on me. But ‘vegan’ fur and fake camo are kind of fun neutrals even for a peace-loving animal lover like me.
Thank you for coming by to spend a few minutes here with me. Hope I will be back to my ‘normal,’ whatever that is, this week.
Hugs and kisses,