If you’re looking for beautiful, nature-inspired, luxurious bohemian jewelry, Chan Luu Jewelry at Rosie True is perfect for you! Chan Luu creates simple, organic pieces using semi-precious stones, silk, beads and more; all imparting just the right amount of subtle luxury.
Rosie True carries a nicely curated selection of Chan Luu designs, including jewelry, scarves & clothing. The long, beaded necklaces are perfect for layering and wearing with a feminine, flowy dress or an oversized sweater & jeans. Chan Luu’s pieces bring an element of earth & easy sophistication to any outfit; each necklace or bracelet makes a statement and goes with any lifestyle. Dress up with a sequin necklace or go casual with agate beads on silk thread, or an agate disc on leather:
(chan luu jewelry at Rosie True)
Whether you’re looking for an accent piece to wear with a favorite maxi dress, or something to brighten up a blazer for work, Chan Luu has the right piece for you. Their silk/cashmere blend scarves are also perfect for traveling (cozy for the plane & chilly nights), and go nicely layered with some of the longer necklaces.
*this post was sponsored by Rosie True. All content & opinions are 100% mine.
So, the wild ride of 30, 40 & 50% off coupon codes is over for a while (or maybe not…we’ll see), but there are still plenty of deals out there.
If you’re reading this, chances are you KNOW the benefits of using grechenscodes to find coupon codes for contemporary women’s shopping online, but just in case you don’t (and you want some inside secrets…) View Post
(I published this also over at Grechen’s Closet, but I don’t allow comments there, and I’m interested in what you have to say on this. Honestly, it turned out to be more of a rant than I meant for it to be, but I am SO TIRED of people thinking that because we spend money on bags or clothes, that we’re “rich” or not interested in saving money. I shop on a very limited budget; I’ve only recently purchased a few things after months of not buying ANYTHING for myself. And the over-use of “budget” shopper or “budget” whatever really gets me going. I mean, “budget” is SUBJECTIVE, everyone has a budget, for some it’s a little as $50/month for clothing, for some it may be $1,000; they are BOTH budget shoppers. Anyway, read more below, a lot more, and then chime in, I’d love to hear from those of you who disagree with me on this!!)
I will freely admit I’m not a budget shopper. At least, I’m not a budget shopper in the sense that it means searching for the cheapest price possible on everything. I DO shop using a budget, my budget, of which the clothing portion is pretty low per month. So, in that sense I am a budget shopper…but let’s get real here: I love contemporary and designer brands, I don’t shop at Wal-Mart, I only occasionally buy clothing/shoes/accessories at Target, and buy all my groceries at Whole Foods. AND, yes, I buy $200 jeans on my budget.