August 03, 2019

Name Necklaces

I am generally pretty clueless to fashion trends, but I have definitely noticed a trend of people wearing name jewelry, especially jewelry where they have their name on a necklace or on a pair of large hoop earrings.  I've seen this trend on not only celebrities and Youtubers, but also people I interact with in my every day life. At first I was not a big fan, but depending on the font, size and style, this necklace trend is slowly growing on me. I would probably want one with my kids' names on it that I could layer together or with other necklaces. I think that is a really neat idea. I would have a shorter choker style with the name "Gavin," because he's my baby, a mid-length chain with "Braeden" and finally a very long chain with "Shayla," because she's my oldest and just had her 7th birthday. They grow up too fast. I think this combination could be really nice, especially since layering necklaces is all the rage right now in the world of accessorizing.

I personally really enjoy customizing jewelry and accesories to your interests, birthday and preferences. Birth stone jewelry caters to a person's interests and birthday, so why not check out get name necklace? I love sapphire and blue jewelry because I was born in September and that's my birthstone. I also have blue eyes so I just love anything that brings out the blue in them....sapphires are blue! So catering to your interests and your name are a nice touch and make you feel like these were made just for you (which they were). Also it doubles as a nametag when you go to new social scene ;-).

So if you are in the market for a new necklace check out the links and see if they have a
necklace for you.

This post was sponsored by get name necklace.

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