Vintage Jewelry Finds

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Over the past couple of weeks I have been collecting vintage jewelry from a variety of places. I’ve found that vintage jewels tend to look more expensive than some of the cheap stuff you find at the mall nowadays (although I still love my collection of Forever 21 bling). Even better, if you do a little searching and have a tiny bit of luck, you can walk away with an entire new jewelry “wardrobe” without spending a lot of money. One bit of advice- if you find some lovely vintage piece of anything that is priced so low you almost can’t believe it…DO NOT walk away. I am currently shooting myself in the foot for not buying a lovely pair of vintage Dior cufflinks that I found for $5. They came with the authenticity card. I walked away because I wasn’t sure that Cory would even wear cufflinks, but for $5, who cares?  Below are the lastest additions to my jewelry collection:

{Although these are clip-ons, they look really great with a simple black sweater. Price: $0.25}


{Also clip-ons, I’m a little concerned that these will look a bit too 1980s to ever wear, but red is my favorite color, so I had to buy them. Price: $0.25}


{Really neat coral choker/necklace with a sparkly gold brooch for the clasp. I’m thinking about pairing this with a French-inspired navy blue and white-striped boatneck top come summer. Price: $2.00}


{Brand new earrings with purple, blue, and green jewels, perfect for adding a little flair to an LBD. Price: $0.50}


{This one is my favorite. It’s a vintage, gold, chain-link bracelet that adds some edge to any outfit. Price: $4.00}
If my calculations are correct, that is one bracelet, three pairs of earrings and a necklace for a grand total of $7.00. Now if only I can get back to the store for those Dior cufflinks before somebody else finds them….
UPDATE: I got the cufflinks!!

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    September 21, 2015 at 1:30 pm

    Beautiful vintage finds 🙂

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