My closet shelves got a little sprucing up! I rearranged things to better sort my jewelry (the earrings were piling up in a bowl, getting tangled and dusty) and the newly blank space between the shelves looked painfully bare. I had brought home the , , and from Target a while back at $10/pop, not knowing where I’d use them, and I’m so glad I did! Clearly my house didn’t already have enough bugs as decor.
There were a lot of questions about where things were from when , so I’ve put together ALL the sources you might need in today’s post. Shall we?
Glass Jewelry Boxes
I’d been wanting a glass jewelry box to keep my earrings dust-free. I bought this weekend is out of stock online, though stores may still have them (Oakbrook did) and there are plenty of other options below if you’re looking for something similar. Add a little ribbon to the clasp like I did if you’re feeling extra.
You can find awesome brackets everywhere. for historical reproductions. for well-made styles both old and new. You want cute with detail , you look to .
People always ask why I have a Dictionary in my closet when it shows up in photos; it’s a ! I got it years ago so it’s long discontinued, but they’re . The behind it is new and I’ve included it below, along with more adorable clutches I would happily sport. (I’m picking up one of the super cute for Eleanor’s birthday!)
I added pom poms to my striped clutch, and I switch them around to different bags all the time. Mine was from Tory Burch last year — I saw it on one of the bags that I thought was just OK, but the embellishment was the best part by far. I was jazzed when I realized you could buy them separately! A would complement any of the clutches above, and here are a bunch of other fun options.
A simple outfit’s secret weapon! I wear glasses everyday, and then I usually pick either a bold lip or bold earrings, and I can personally attest to the awesomeness of numbers and below.