A Perfect Pairing

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Hi guys!










This is one of my favorite dresses and guess what? I found it at a thrift store during my visit to Washington DC this past summer. Even more importantly, it only cost $13! I couldn't believe the price. 
It had such a vibrant and pretty color, with a gorgeous zipper and incredible detail on the back. I also loved that it was a shift dress because they fit so comfortably.

 Of course, whats a dress without the perfect accessories?! I received these gorgeous jewels courtesy of Michal Golan and I fell in love with them. If you haven't heard of them, they are a company that specializes in beautiful accessories that are designed and handmade by Ms Golan herself. She was born in Israel and I love how she brings her culture into her work. She's able to utilize vibrant hues in really exquisite pieces, and I'm incredibly humbled to have the opportunity to style one of their pieces. For more information on their products, please check out the link.

I chose this evil eye necklace from the collection because it stood out to me. The design was simplistic in nature and gorgeously made. The design also stood out to me because the eye is actually worn as a good luck charm  in the Dominican Republic. This alone brought me back to thoughts from my culture and upbringing. If you guys don't know, babies usually wear a evil eye bracelet (mal de ojo) to ward off any evil thoughts or wishes. 

To complete this outfit I, also, wore this Hamsa cuff bracelet that had aqua glass beads. It was the perfect pairing with the dress and the necklace. Sometimes your accessories can either make your outfit or support it.  

Lastly, I finished the look with a chic pair of cheetah heels and (of course) my all time favorite red lip! I just can get enough of a classic bold red lipstick. 



Outfit Details:

Necklace & Bracelet c/o-  Michal Golan (here & here)
Dress - American Eagle via Buffalo Exchange
Shoes - UrbangOG (also love these)
Clutch - Galian


Jewelry was courtesy of Michal Golan for review. All opinions are my own.



Hope you guys enjoyed this post.

If you want to see more handmade accessories from Michal Golan, you can check out there Etsy page as well as the hyperlink in the post.

Have a great day and hope you found something you liked in my Kloset!




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