Baublebar Review- Styled by a Jewelry Stylist
I absolutely loved jewelry in middle school! I was the kind that had that huge collection of Claire’s jewelry (and a few from Charming Charlie that I snatched from my mom’s closet). I had multiple earring holders, necklace organizers and so much jewelry on me! I would always wear a different pair of earrings, a necklace and a bracelet every single day! Well once I grew out of Claire’s my jewelry collection died and I basically stopped wearing jewelry. But here I am with a Baublebar review on jewelry!
I have heard about Baublebar on the internet and it seemed pretty interesting. It felt like a modern take on jewelry and something a little different than your Swarovski and Pandora but it still has that classiness to it.
I picked out some items from their sale section. I liked the items I picked as they were very colorful and unique and I loved the combination of the rainbow colors with the gold.
Baublebar actually has a team of stylists called the SWAT team. So I reached out to their styling team and asked them on some advice to style my rainbow necklace which I bought. And here’s what they said:
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The Rainbow Necklace with Style Suggestions from Baublebar
This necklace is made out of glass and acrylic stones, brass chain and casting. It has shiny gold plating and comes with a lobster clasp.
The Baublebar Earrings
These earrings are made of glass and resin stones, zinc casting, and titanium posts. And it comes with shiny gold plating. I ended up selling these because I found them to be waaaay too big for mey liking.
Overall I was pleased with what I got! I only spent $25 on this order so I think that’s a very good price for what I got! The jewelry is very unique and I can’t wait to wear this! That’s my Baublebar review so please let me know what you think in the comments!
[…] some time, I would love to see some really unique pieces that show their colorfulness! Considering Baublebar’s entry into the market, I’m really not sure how the brand is going to do. But let’s hope […]