Go-To Inexpensive Jewelry for Any Occasion 

Hi friends!

How is your week going? Personally, I can’t believe it is only Tuesday. Is it just me?! It just feels like SO much has already happened. Anyway, I promise I won’t start babbling!

I am often asked about my jewelry, so I wanted to share with you all my go-to favorites that I have been wearing often to accessorize my looks. I wear most of these pieces at least once a week, so many of you have probably seen them on Instagram. As you’ll see below, my three favorite brands for inexpensive jewelry are BaubleBar, J.Crew Factory and Kendra Scott.

Kendra Scott Elton Station Cuff Bracelet, $55 | J.Crew Crystal Bubbles Necklace, $25 | Kendra Scott ‘Rayne’ Stone Tassel Pendant Necklace, $80

BaubleBar Ion Cuff, $35 | Kendra Scott Robyn Stacking Rings, $55

Madewell Mon Petit Pavé Ring, $15 | Kendra Scott ‘Carole’ Semiprecious Stone Pendant Necklace, $90 | BaubleBar Oracle Drop Earrings, $34 | J.Crew Fireball Stud Earrings, $11

Kate Spade New York ‘idiom – heart of gold’ bangle, $35 | BaubleBar Piñata Tassel Earrings, $38 | J.Crew Factory Crystal Basketweave Bracelet, $14

J.Crew Factory Chevron Pendant Necklace, $35 | Madewell Double Double Ring, $18

If I was forced to pick my favorite of all these items is my Kendra Scott Rayne Necklace. I have it in a translucent purple, and it truly looks great year round. While I haven’t seen this color available in a long time, I’d recommend one of the translucent colors. They have a way of complimenting your top perfectly, by picking up on the shade behind it.

Do you have similar pieces you accessorize with? Are any of my go-to pieces catching your eye? I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Here’s to the rest of the week zooming by!


Sarah Camille


Transition into Spring with these Neutral Accessories

Springtime is almost here and that will mean dressing for warmer weather. Spring and fall are my favorite seasons to dress for because I love incorporating layers into my outfits. With pastels, stripes and floral prints on trend for this season, having some neutral accessories in your wardrobe will help you transition into the spring season seamlessly.


The items above are a few of my favorite neutral accessories, which I plan use a lot this spring. Here are similar items that will aid your wardrobe’s spring transition. As you will see, a lot of them are on sale too!



Brinley Co. Womens Pointed Toe Lace-up Ballet Flats, $30

Chinese Laundry Endless Summer Pointy Toe Ghillie Flat, $70

Loft Rose Gold Slip On Sneakers, $50


J.Crew Factory Quilted Vest, $60

Bernardo Reversible Hooded Down & PrimaLoft® Fill Vest, $60

J.Crew Excursion Quilted Down Vest, $90


J.Crew Factory Mixed Media Sunglasses, $18

Le Specs ‘Bandwagon’ 51mm Polarized Retro Sunglasses, $70

ModCloth Posh ‘n’ Wear Sunglasses, $50



Tory Burch ‘York’ Buckle Tote, $295

Society Athenia Faux Leather Satchel, $60

kate spade new york dunne lane lake leather satchel, $328

I’m definitely eyeing those Loft rose gold slip-on shoes. My lace-up flats pictured at the top of this post are from Loft, and unfortunately no longer available. I’ve had great luck with Loft’s shoes though. If you have ever thought about trying them, I’d try them out.

Is there anything I’ve shared that you have your eyes on? Do you have any favorite neutrals you will be wearing this spring? I’d love to hear about them! I also feel like the more I can wear or use a neutral accessory, then the more I likely I will pay a high price for it. That’s why I tend to splurge on purses. I will use mine for years.

I’ll be sharing two of my favorites next week, so stay tuned! In the meantime, I’d love to hear if there are any trends you are most excited to wear this spring.

Cheers to the week being almost over!

Sarah Camille

8 Staples from J.Crew for your Work Wear

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve probably discovered that a lot of my work clothes are from J.Crew. This brand and the J.Crew factory store have great staples for work, and the quality of their clothes continually meets my expectations.

There are certain J.Crew staples I own that are classic and available year after year. So, I thought I’d share those favorites and a few recent J.Crew outfits with you.

Merino Wool Cardigan Sweater, $90

Chambray Shirt, $78

Gemma Flats, $108

Martie Pant in bi-stretch cotton & bi-stretch wool, $90 & $120

No. 2 pencil skirt in double-serge wool, $120

Boy Shirt in Crinkle Gingham, $60

Striped Boatneck T-Shirt, $35

Cotton Jackie Shell, $48

Each year there are some updates to these clothes and trendy colors are added, but its no wonder why these pieces are continually available. These J.Crew staples are perfect for creating a classic and simple wardrobe for work days and outside of work.

Of course many of these items can also be paired together to create a several outfits.  The pants and skirt can be paired with each top and the sweaters and tops can be layered to create more interest to your outfit.

Do you have any favorite J.Crew staples in your wardrobe? I’d love to hear all about them.