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Everyday Jewelry… Inspired by Paula

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In the hectic hustle that is most of our lives, this seems like a brilliant strategy to save on a few precious morning minutes. In a way, there’s something almost irresistibly appealing about the consistency and reliability of a jewelry “uniform”. Getting creative with accessories can be fun but I find that I’m a lot less adept at it in the wee hours of the morn than I am at other times. I think I’ll try, at least on early mornings and busy days, to stick to a few of my rotating favorites… a gold coin necklace, silver and gold chandelier earrings, and a new-to-me (thanks Lauren, dear) silver pearl ring.


What are your go-to everyday jewels?


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