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Monday, November 19, 2012

Jewelry Haul From a Few Different Stores

Hello Lovelies,

I just wanted to show a couple more hauls that I did this past weekend. Here are some of the jewelries that I brought home with me.

When I was at JC Penney, I spotted these two large rhinestone earrings. I thought they look really cute so I picked up a blue pair and a green pair. They are probably just a bit over half and inch in diameter. These retailed for $8.00 each, which is not too bad and the quality seems nice.

Another item I purchased from JC Penney is this rhinestone cuff bangle by Nicole Miller. It retails for $25.00 but honestly it looks more expensive than what it looks. The band is a little thick and I love the princess cut rhinestones. It's a little flashy but a classy looking piece.

From H&M, I spotted this gold multi-chain necklace with spikes. Just had to have it since I love spike jewelries. After I got home and was ready to take pictures, I noticed that one of the spike is bent out of shape! lol, dang it! I should've taken a good look at it before paying for it. Oh well, it is still a pretty necklace and I'll just have to go exchange it for another one. This was $12.95.

I picked up two items from Charlotte Russe since they were 2 for $10.00.

A mint green bracelet with what appears like the top of a large screw. The bracelet has two adjustable snap on hardware. Such a trendy piece! I love it.

Ok I have a thing for armor rings and this one was gold and pink! Looks very feminine and elegant. I just had to grab it.

From the Boston Store, my daughter was looking at these BCBG affirmation bracelets but they are the smaller ones, which I prefer over the large ones actually. They were sold 1 for $12 but 2 for $18.00 so she picked out one for herself and one for me, hehehe. Can you guess which one is mine?

Stay tuned for my last haul.

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