Last Day of Summer

September 22, 2012

Goodbye summer, hello fall! I took a lovely evening stroll yesterday and enjoyed the last official day of summer. The sky was all shades of blue, pink, and orange, leaves were everywhere, it truly looked like autumn for a moment. Summertime is perfect for piling on tons of bracelets and rings on bare wrists and arms, fall on the contrary is really about finding some simple yet special jewelry pieces. Let's face it, wearing multiple bracelets underneath a sweater is not comfortable, and not to mention how annoying it is when jewelry gets caught on knits! So, I am really excited to have found Eclectic Eccentricity, a jewelry boutique based in the UK. Everything is handmade, whimsical, and nostalgic. They sent over three of my favorite pieces and I am absolutely in love! The delicate honeycomb and bee necklace, the adorable fox head necklace (you can see my previous post featuring the fox necklace here), and the intricate feather bracelet. These pieces are perfect year-round but I will definitely be wearing them alot this fall! Check them out, there is something special for everyone!
Swiss dots floral dress from Hong Kong.
Mint croc print belt from my work Sway.
Thrifted vintage mesh leather flats by Karen Scott.
White studded clutch c/o VJ Style.
Honeycomb and bee necklace c/o Eclectic Eccentricity.
Red fox head necklace c/o Eclectic Eccentricity.
Feather bracelet c/o Eclectic Eccentricity.


  1. This is so adorable! I love your flats and that pretty dress. All of your accessories are fantastic too.

  2. all those accessories are so sweet!
    i like your blog!

    def following :D


  3. I love your outfit and that bee/honeycomb necklace is simply perfection.


  4. Absolutely adorable!


  5. Sucks that summer is over... nice hair!

  6. This dress is so lovely, you look amazing and so stylish! :)))

  7. what a beautiful location and i love that fox necklace!!

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