The Must Have Statement Necklace from Blue Bird Bride {Giveaway!}

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If you’ve been checking out necklaces this summer, I know you’ve seen the statement necklace trend. I absolutely love it, its the perfect way to dress up a casual maxi dress or a plan tank or tee. Now this is not fact, but what I’ve concluded– J Crew started this craze with their amazing necklace that cost a small fortune. Take a look at it here. Since I wasn’t about to fork over $150, I was excited to find Blue Bird Bride and their similar Bubble Necklace. Not only is this necklace gorgeous, but its a fraction of the price! I would much rather get a necklace and maxi dress (or my entire outfit!) for the same price as the J Crew one.

Blue Bird Bride has a great selection of bold colors for these necklaces…

If this stunning necklace just isn’t your style or maybe too much, check out a few other fun pieces…

Diane from Blue Bird Bride sent me a fabulous Bubble necklace to review and enjoy this summer. I decided on the turquoise one because its just such a hot color this summer. I have a lot of coral and peach in my wardrobe and I knew it would compliment those pieces nicely. When my necklace arrived, I was shocked at the weight of it. I own one other statement necklace that is heavy, but this one really feels sturdy. I love that quality in any of my jewelry, because with my kids you never know how tough my pieces will need to be! Each stone has a nice shine to it and the color is really beautiful in person. I am also pleased with the quality chain and hardware used for this. It has a heavier chain link to it, which gives it a more expensive look.

Blue Bird Bride is giving away a Bubble Necklace to one lucky reader!

 

 

 

 

 I was not paid to write this post, I did receive the necklace above at no cost to me for my honest review.

Details:  You must fill out the Rafflecopter below by signing in via Facebook or using your first name and email (it’s safe..it only has eyes for me).  Contest is NOT affiliated with Facebook and Facebook is not responsible for the prize.  This contest ends 8/2/12 at 11:59pm est.  Winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter random draw and has 48hrs to claim prize.  In the event the winner does not respond a new winner will be drawn at random.  No purchase necessary to win.  US only entries only, must be 18 years or older to enter.   I did not receive compensation for this post, however I did receive free product for my honest review.

 
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JAMIE

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28 Comments

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    Honestly, I haven’t bought jewelry in a couple of years… but I do prefer unique and inexpensive jewelry.

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    I prefer shopping for unique pieces in more local shops, street fairs, Etsy, and Ebay.

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    I love costume jewlery it costs way less than real jewels and looks almost the same!

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    Back in the days of getting engaged and married, I bought all my jewelry at the bg chains. Now I much prefer checking checking out unique boutiques for truly special one-of-a-kind items

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    Personally I way prefer buying costume jewellery. That way, accessorizing is way more fun! And I’d be terrified I’d love that expensive piece that I saved up for. Cheap and cheerful all the way!

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    I prefer handmade jewelry, so seldom buy expensive stuff….although i love it when my man does for me! 😉 (not often though…we’re on a tight budget!)

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    I have bought jewelry at both types of stores. Lately I have bought a few things from Etsy and like that they are unique and typically affordable items.

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    I used to shop at the mall stores when I was younger, but since having kids, it’s costume jewelry all the way!

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    I prefer the unique costume jewelry! Though I won’t complain if something more fancy comes my way :)

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