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Friday Find-Guy and Eva Jewelry

Let's talk about jewelry!  Jewelry is something that is apart of my daily life.  I never leave the house without something on.  I always say that accessories make an outfit, and it's so true.  So when my new Guy and Eva Rianne necklace, came in the mail the other day, you can imagine my excitement.  This necklace is so versatile, I've worn it every day since!

Rianne-$21
So you can get a better idea of its size, here's another shot of it on my bff, Lauren, who also has this necklace.  I think it adds the perfect little something, something to any outfit.

If you've never heard of Guy and Eva jewelry, let me tell you all about it.  Guy and Eva started its life as a retail brand with their collection being sold in boutiques and various fashion specialty stores.  But lucky for us, it's now being sold through catalogs, home parties and online.  What's quickly become synonymous with celebrities like Ashley Green, Taylor Swift and Paris Hilton, is now available to the masses!

Here are a few of my favorites from their Spring/Summer catalog.  *Note: Over half of the Spring/Summer catalog will no longer be available come September, so if you see something you love, get it now!

Kendra Earrings-$17

Maia Necklace-$34 
This one can be worn 5 different ways!  Talk about versatile.  My friend Bekah has it, and it's fabulous for dressing up or down.
Soleil Ring-$49 This is a great color for summer and fall!

Layla Bracelet-$35
Guy and Eva jewelry has been all over the scene lately, from magazine shoots to celebrities, people just can't get enough of it.  Look here to see all of it's latest editorial mentions.  

And last but not least, I have to gab on the adorable packaging all of your jewelry will come in.  I'm a sucker for good packaging, and Guy and Eva definitely does it right.

If you're big fan and want to make a little extra dough by selling it yourself, you can become an advisor.  It's $150 to sign up and you get $800 of free jewelry, plus 30% of everything you sell!  Contact my sweet friend Jennifer Baggett at jennifermbaggett@gmail.com to sign up.  She is super friendly and will help you get started in no time!

If you just want to throw a party to have fun and get some free jewelry, you can do it three ways: an online party, a catalog party, or a home party.  Jennifer can help you with that too!  If you host a party, you get 20% of your total party sales in free jewelry.  With the very reasonable prices and adorable styles, your friends will be shopping like crazy women!  And the more you sell, the more items you can buy at 50% off.  Plus, for every party that is booked by a guest at your party and held within 30 days following, you'll receive an additional $30 credit toward more jewelry.  Seriously, who isn't on board right now?!

To purchase any of the jewelry I mentioned today or to browse what else Guy and Eva has to offer, go here or click on the Guy and Eva link on my sidebar. Click on "Catalog" to browse the collection and click on "Shop" to place an order.  Trust me, you'll thank me later :)  Remember the new Fall/Winter catalog is coming on in September, so if you love any of the styles you see today, you better get them fast to be sure you don't miss out!

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