Don’t worry, they’re fake. I haven’t lost my mind- ha!
I have a confession to make. As I was preparing for this post and looking through all the items I wanted to share with you guys, I got the “Oh no, I like too much. How will I choose?” feeling. All that to say, I am really loving Nadri’s new offerings. Nadri has been my go-to brand for fake diamond jewelry since my mother-in-law turned me onto them when she gave me a gold “diamond” tennis bracelet on my golden birthday (I turned 27 on the 27th). I’ve always liked the quality. Nadri has typically offered the usual suspects- a diamond hoop, a diamond stud, a diamond tennis bracelet… But then at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, they released a few new items for the coming season, and I noticed these two pieces:
They’re clearly not your average diamond hoops or diamond tennis bracelet. They’re decidedly on the edgier side, no? I was totally digging this new look from them, and that got me wondering if they were branching out. I was so curious! So when Nordstrom asked me to check out their new accessories to share with you all, I had to take a look at Nadri’s new stuff. Well…
It’s official, they have moved on from just the usual suspects! I’m crazy over their new, more contmeporary offerings! These earrings would make any outfit better! Need something to go with your little black dress? Need an earring to wear to a wedding or a holiday party?
The ear crawler look is everywhere, but they usually have a weird arm to keep them on your ear that can get uncomfortable after awhile. Well, not these! They’re just on a single post and still look edgy. You could wear them to a dressier occasion or to vamp up your everyday outfits!
My sister (@tellittoyourneighbor) jumped on the ear jacket trend way faster than I did. They’ve always looked a little funny on me but not these. They aren’t too funky for me. They’re delightfully delicate with a little bit of edge. I’m in.
Well, who doesn’t love a simple, classic huggie. Contemporary? No. Classic? Yes.
Which one is your favorite?
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