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Yes Please… The More The Merrier…

I might be unsure about florals… and reluctant to wear white stilettos… but silver sparkle necklaces… never…

If Anna Karenina can… We can… xv

 

J. Crew Flower Lattice…  Swarovski Crystal Necklace…  Danijo Valla Clear Crystal…  Martha Necklace…  Crystal Cluster and Crystal Crush

 

Silver Sparkle images on Pinterest here

To read more from French Essence click here

 

Don’t forget … The Outnet Pop Up Sale… I’m so tempted by this and this

 

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28 Responses to Yes Please… The More The Merrier…

  1. pve says:

    Now all I need is a sparkly necklace or bib~
    Lovely because this you can dress up or down and that I think French women do very well.
    pve

    • Vicki says:

      The French women do seem to love an accessory… My favourite way of wearing these is to pile them on with casual clothes… the unexpected… they look fabulous with jeans.. or something equally as casual…

  2. Anita Rivera says:

    Oh Vicki, I AM WITH YOU!

    When you mentioned your apprehension about white shoes and florals, I knew I had a “kindred” spirit in the fashion department! BUT it is confirmed now….you and I both can never have enough sparkle! I just love a chunky, brilliant collier as such, and just give me a black top, black pencil skirt and a killer diller collie comme ça, and I am ready for ANYTHING!

    Super post. Anita

  3. Karen in CT says:

    … mais oui … the Crystal Crush is yummy …. will go visit it at the local J Crew .. thanks, as always

    Karen in CT

  4. Dianne says:

    I had to smile Vicki because I’m off to see Anna Karenina in the morning. I love a bit of glitz especially in my ears in fact I don’t feel dressed until I slide on a couple of sparkles add a spitz of perfume …. then I’m ready to face the day.

    “All Things French”

  5. Faux Fuchsia says:

    I endorse a sparkly necklace- esp as it diverts the eye from my collapsing face.

  6. Yes yes and yes! love each and every one and who can’t benefit from wearing a little sparkle? Makes you feel special and pretty…and LOVED Anna Karenina, so much that I saw it twice, the wardrobes were to die for!!

  7. I’m with you – every woman needs to sparkle!

  8. Katherine says:

    I love, love, love wearing my ‘sparkle’ necklaces layered with a white cotton shirt and jeans …. just the right amount of chunky bling with the simplicity of fresh cotton. Maybe it’s a look that’s been established for a while, but it makes me feel happy.

  9. Hallie says:

    I have always been reluctant to wear anything but real necklaces with small stones but these are smashing and I continually admire them on other people when done well. Time for a little sparkly splurge! I can’t always be Miss Low-key – that’s a little dull isn’t it.

    • Vicki says:

      Not dull Hallie… I was always a bit the same but now… I love these style necklaces and wear them often… especially all mixed up together. They look great… of the moment… and somehow work… :)

  10. Irina says:

    I get giddy upon seeing these sparklers!
    Hope the week is going great, dear Vicki…and that you are enjoying the first blossoms of Provencal Spring perhaps?
    xoxo

  11. Just ordered a sparkling one from J Crew (it should arrive today) A little trash & flash(that is what I call them) is good for the soul. xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

  12. Mrs D says:

    stunning very opulent

  13. I do love a bit of bling! Colourless stones are a ‘classic’ way to do it ~ one can layer up the textures without looking like a Christmas tree. :) {Though maybe that’s my ‘wear neutrals’ mindset on display!} You’ve chosen some beauties here. Bon weekend, Vicki.

  14. Luisa says:

    Wow. These are beautiful!

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