If you’re anything like me you love and admire jewelry, but you hardly ever wear it because it’s not worth the fuss. Not only do you have too many options but you have to match your jewelry to your outfit each day too. It’s exhausting. Aint nobody got time for that and you probably don’t either.
Like I said earlier I love jewelry and as luck would have it, I recently came across a perfect line to solve my needs. Kelli Ames Jewelry–a relatively small line, has staple pieces that will go with almost anything. I’m in love. Not only am I not overwhelmed with options when shopping, I don’t have to worry about it matching my outfit either. It just will.
The pieces done by Kelli Ames are feminine, simple, and very versatile. They are a little more than I would typically pay for a necklace, but quality speaks for itself. In the past, jewelry has been a onetime use on a special occasion for me. One and done. After the event, I would have trouble finding another outfit to pair with my jewelry. Or, the time it takes to match a piece to an outfit just hasn’t been worth it for me.
That’s why this line has surprised myself and is why Kelli Ames is my new BFF! The pieces are high quality and not undermined by their simplicity. These elegant pieces are built to last! Not only are the designs great, but the necklines are really versatile too. I hate trying to pair a long necklace with the perfect shirt that has just the right neckline just to pull it off. These hit between the bottom of your neck and your collar bone, which makes for a very flattering look with almost any neckline. They also offer a 2″ extension on most their pieces. So, if you typically prefer something a little longer, don’t fret! They got you covered.
Since receiving these necklaces, I’ve been sporting them with almost every outfit. Honestly, I’ve been abusing how easy these are to pair with my clothes. Seriously, I’ve been wearing them non-stop. So much so that I almost feel naked when I’m not wearing a necklace now. This is unlike me because I pretty much NEVER wear jewelry.
The two necklaces I’ve been sporting like crazy are the “Devon” and “Taylor” necklace. Although these were my picks, don’t forget to check out the other equally beautiful necklaces on their website, kelliames.com. I wanted these two because I thought they’d be beautiful layered together and they are. Even though I prefer mine layered, they are beautiful pieces that stand on their own. What I truly love and can’t emphasize enough about Kelli Ames is the undeniable simplicity and elegance. This alone makes it SO easy to mismatch the pairings of the necklaces together, once you’ve acquired more of their collection. Or, they are even effortless to pair with jewelry you already own.
If you’re a girl who loves jewelry but has always struggled putting the effort into wearing it, like myself, then this line of jewelry is definitely for you! The designs are made to literally match almost any outfit and flatter any shirt. I’ve worn my necklaces with high and low necklines and have loved the combination of both. I’ve also sported these necklaces with muted and crazy colorful tones, and the necklaces blended well with all. This is truly a lazy girl’s accessorizing dream come true.
Now here I am, just sitting here waiting for Kelli Ames to launch bracelets, rings, and everything else. I’m obsessed!
If you’re still here reading this blog, then go check out kelliames.com! You can use the code “KAARM10” for 10% off your purchase. I hope you enjoy the pieces as much as I have and keep your eyes peeled for a future post on tiny details and accessories for spring coming later this month!
The Blue Beaded Taylor Necklace: https://kelliames.com/collections/all-products/products/taylor-beaded-necklace
The Devon Necklace: https://kelliames.com/collections/all-products/products/devon-necklace
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