Vintage-Inspired Jewelry For the Holidays! ~ Diane's Vintage Zest!

Vintage-Inspired Jewelry For the Holidays!

As you well know by now, I love vintage!  That definitely extends to my love of jewelry, of course.  Unfortunately, I have not been lucky enough to inherit anything from past generations like many other people do.  Luckily, there are so many options for jewelry from Shane Co. nowadays that I can easily personalize my jewelry style to incorporate my love of vintage!

The jewelry that I found is completely eternal and timeless, so these are all pieces that would be perfect for both modern outfits and those with a bit more vintage flair.  Here are a few options that I absolutely adore and would love to receive for the holidays...  Hint, hint!


I love Art Deco and geometric designs, so this pendant with a lovely green stone is perfect for when I want to channel my inner vintage goddess!  Isn't it absolutely beautiful?  I love that it is a fresh, modern design with an Art Deco feel that is a totally stunning combination.  :)

A string of pearls is always classic!  Some days, I feel like a knotted long strand which is totally 1920's flapper style and other days a prim and proper pearl necklace is perfect for vintage 1950's style  :)  Shane Co.'s cultured pearls are matched by hand for exceptional luster, so it will look flawless as a part of your outfit!

Lastly, there is something so sweet and old-fashioned about a personalized necklace.  Direct from Italy, the Capri Necklace is available exclusively from Shane Co.  Personalize your Capri Necklace with your initials or favorite saying.  The hardest part to decide would be which lovely metal and what to engrave on it!

I love how these pieces will never go out of style because they are classic, vintage, and beautiful.  Now that I think of it, I might have to gift myself a piece before the holidays to go with all of my party dresses.  I AM a modern gal!  :)

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.


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