I love pairing beautiful jewellery with simple every day outfits. Like, for example, this stunning Art Deco style necklace from Happiness Boutique teamed with a plain tee, black trousers and sneakers. The statement necklace elevates what would otherwise be quite an ordinary look. It goes without saying that the necklace would look incredible with an evening look too. In fact I’m already planning to wear it with most of my pretty dresses 🙂
I was thrilled to have been invited by Happiness Boutique to choose an item from their extensive online collection.
There are so many eye-catching designs, timeless classic styles, beautiful prints, adorable patterns and vibrant colours.
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Spoiled for choice, it was this beauty that took my breath away! Although I don’t own anything in the art deco style, I must say I am rather taken with it. I was smitten with the Chrysler building in New York back in 2008 for instance 😀
On this occasion, hubby and I were popping out for a morning stroll (to the shops!), so comfortable shoes were in order and, considering I’d just spent a month wearing leggings (at my yoga teacher training course), I also needed comfortable everything else too lol. So, a simple outfit was the way forward. ‘Simplicity’ and ‘Statement’ – a perfect combination, am I right?
Happiness Boutique offer free worldwide shipping as well as their customer reward program. They also host a bi-monthly giveaway which is definitely worth entering. Not only that but they’re also currently offering a 10% discount code to all my readers. How awesome is that? Just enter the code: ‘suzyturner’ at the checkout. By inserting this code you will get a 10% discount for orders over 19 euros and it will be valid until December 15th. Their packaging is very pretty too – ideal for Christmas pressies!
Excuse the hair – it’s at that awful ‘mid point’ growing out stage where it’s quite difficult to do anything with it to make it look half respectable. But I’m getting there – hopefully it won’t be too long until it looks decent again!