Oh, the things I would buy if I didn’t work for a slave’s wage. I would buy the moon, a baby elephant named Socks, and my own dance studio. And maybe this 14-kt. gold plated cable chain “Mandarin” necklace by Gold & Citrus.
Besides being well outside my price range affordability, this necklace is 18 inches long with a single Czech glass bead on the back and a cascade of wooden antique sequins. Can you imagine what it would do to your LBD or a cream colored, scoop-neck top? Can you say, “Oh Em Gee, So Fetch?”
Limited availability, so if you don’t work a slave’s wage like me, go get it. It’s on sale now at AudreyShops for one day only, so maybe … just maybe …
If I were a baller, I would invest in these “De-Feathered” earrings because (a) of the 14-kt. gold-plated chains and gold-filled posts, and (b) thanks to the gold-plating, I know I wouldn’t get an ear infection. What’s anything worth if you haven’t got your health?
And these high quality earrings not only have bling in them and will save your life from potential gross-ears-syndrome, they’re also a step up from your usual chicken-feathers-that-have-been-dyed-to-look-really-cool feather earrings. These earrings are made from soft guinea feathers, which feature a lovely spotted texture.
As my friend Judy said, “Dude, those earrings are freaking pretty.”
Yes, indeed they are.
I love it when I get double duty out of my wardrobe. A pencil skirt as a strapless minidress? Done that. A dress tucked in and belted becomes a cool, blousy top. Clip a few chain bracelets around your ankle and you’ve just updated last year’s pump.
Of course, there’s always the belt-turned-necklace — or vice versa. I’d wear the Gold & Citrus “Au Naturale” chain necklace as a belt. Atop a skirt — any length, lean or poufy — and it instantly transforms the skirt into a designer looking piece. It’d look just as cool belting a plain tunic or a drapey dress.
Needless to say, it’s fabulous enough as a necklace, too. With a 14k gold-plated chain, antiqued brass chains, a brass hook clasp, and clear quartz beads, what’s not to like?