Little Gems – The Ohio Transplant x UncommonGoods

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Dress: Urban Outfitters (similar) | Jacket: H&M | Shoes: Old Navy (on sale!) | Necklace: Emerald Mosaic Necklace c/o UncommonGoods  | Bracelet: Hand Casted Pre-Columbian Bracelet c/o UncommonGoods

Hi Everyone!

Happy Wednesday! I’ve gone through phases in my 26 years when it comes to jewelry. I had a phase where I loved chokers (what goes around comes back, right), a massive attraction to oversized earrings in college, and most recently – refined and sometimes understated jewelry that speaks volumes without actually being so “in your face.”

I’ve always been a fan of UncommonGoods and their product offerings. I love that each piece of jewelry, art and accessory involves a story as unique as the item. It’s rare to see such a story when you’re surrounded by costume jewelry and  imitations (not knocking that at all, though).

UncommonGoods was founded in 1999 that aims to feature unique jewelry, designer décor, tabletop items and handcrafted gifts created in harmony with the environment without harm to animals or people. Their mission is to support designers and artists that want to impact the world in a positive way.

When the UncommonGoods team asked to share their story and collaborate, I thought it was a perfect opportunity to showcase designers who I admire. I’ve been a big fan of gold jewelry pieces so I chose a beautiful piece that goes with absolutely everything. Dress it up or dress it down, it’s just screaming to be part of an arm party.

Keeping with the gold theme, I found a perfect accent to the bracelet with a elegant and one-of-a-kind necklace you can see here. Being a massive denim lover, I thought this necklace was the perfect addition to the dress.

Looking for jewelry that’s stylish and has a unique story? Visit UncommonGoods to see more jewelry, gifts and all things fun here.

Cheers!

Photos via Kai Sotto

 

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