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Jewels at my Doorstep: Stacy Nolan Jewellery

When jewels get there at my doorstep, it really is a celebration! Here’s the rundown of my day when Stacy Nolan despatched me some jewellery to perform with and shoot.

9am: Stacy Nolan Jewelry comes at my doorstep. four pairs of earrings. 2 necklaces. one bracelet. four rings.

nine:05am: The box is ripped open, now disheveled more than inside the corner with Chiefy & Frankie sniffing at it frantically. I’m talking aloud to myself and not a soul is in the house. “Omg I love these! Oh woah, these huggie earrings are exactly what I’ve been scouring the Inter-webs for!” I simply can’t help myself when I’m excited about something, all sanity goes out the window.

9:15am: Hair is a hot mess, pajamas are still on fully coated in Chiefy’s hair, no makeup on except for some remnants of yesterday’s cat eye and unnecessary bold lip-I start “styling” this pajama look with Stacy Nolan’s pieces and the power of jewellery comes into engage in. I am immediately feeling myself because of the jewels-a diamond briolette can shine! And hell yeah this fringe necklace is somewhat elegant with fashion ringspajamas, I can see how everyday wear on this baby is a definite.

nine:30am: I’ve already established how I want to wear the Stacy Nolan jewels, so I take a few quick shots with my iPhone for memory’s sake, and start to get a feel for what I think the look and outfit should be. Most definitely girly-I feel very sexy with the fringe, the diamond briolettes and the threader earrings. The collection also has a daintiness to it, although when worn all together, it is hardly dainty. Ok, got it!

10am: Shower, indefinitely, and then start getting ready. For makeup, I stuck with a very similar look that I wear for special occasions, except adding the eye shadows that feature sparkles inside the palette of my Naked by Urban Decay. I chose a pink lip color to add to the girly vibe and also engage in off the pink faux fur stole. For hair, I left the bed head look and stuck with my 3 day old sterling silver bracelets for womencurls. Didn’t want the look to be too overdone or too polished. For nails, I kept my natural nail showing and simply glittered the tips only. It is really a fun and easy nail look-takes some practice but no need to be an expert.

11am: Put together the outfit and now back to styling the jewellery. I opted for wearing the circular black diamond briolette stud earrings in my first holes, then got creative with the threader earrings and huggies. Rather than wearing them normally, I put one pair on each ear-so threaders on my right ear (holes two and 3) and huggies on the other side! I also didn’t thread the earrings all the way through-they conveniently have earring posts on each end and I wore them as if they were long dangle earrings. I love the long length and really makes them stand out this way. Necklaces, bracelet and rings were more straightforward with the styling.

11:30am: Off I go, hopped into the car ready to scout out a perfect location to shoot the photos! Our first stop was a historic building with a pretty yellow door. As cute as it seemed, the lighting was way off and after a few shots we moved on. I kept admiring the earring look I was sporting and couldn’t get above how perfect the huggies fit my ears. We pulled up to a green oasis with some blossoms and greenery that instantly worked. After some makeshift pruning to a few of the sticks and leaves, it was go-time.

1pm: Back at the house and already going through pictures! The multi-color diamond briolette bracelet and matching necklace really stand out within the photos. The lapis tear drop fringe necklace also stuns and I’m glad we got a few shots of the coordinating earrings, done in white onyx.

2pm: …I’ve already emailed and placed my order with Stacy Nolan the pieces that I want! lol

4pm: Once all the photos have been selected, I sadly pack up the jewellery to be mailed back. One of the diamond briolette rings finds a new home in my jewellery box instead of the package, and I wave off the pieces one-by-one as they go.

Pieces used for the photoshoot:

14k yellow gold multi-colored diamond briolette bracelet two.30 carats total, Price: 1,195

14k yellow gold matching multi-colored diamond briolette necklace 2.43 carats total, Price: 1,450

18k yellow gold fringe drop necklace with lapis and diamonds, Price: $2,760

18k yellow gold matching fringe drop earrings with white onyx, Price: $3,750

14k yellow gold black diamond briolette threader earrings, Price: $155 each

14k yellow gold circle studs with black diamond briolettes, Price: $365

14k yellow gold black diamond briolette huggie earrings, Price: $270

14k yellow gold black diamond briolette ring, Price: $200

14k yellow gold black diamond briolette ring with black pave diamonds, Price: $485

14k yellow gold white diamond briolette ring, Price: $575

14k yellow gold champange diamond briolette ring with white diamond pave, Price: $780

This post was brought to you in collaboration with Stacy Nolan Jewelry.

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