Hopelessly Heather

The ramblings and obsessions of a longtime Avon lady

On Monday I was back in black with Avon’s Petite Cluster Necklace and Earring Set! ::screamin’ guitar solo::

While I’ve seen several of these types of sets before, they’ve always been set in gold or silver. Setting it in black gives it a “dirtier”, more casual feel to it. Let those inner bad girls out to play, ladies!

I don’t blush, but my jewelry does! Check out Avon’s ultra-feminine Blush Statement Necklace and Earring Set!

It’s not pink, it’s blush!  (For those uninitiated, that’s my nod to my favorite movie, Steel Magnolias–if you haven’t already seen it, I highly recommend it.  You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and, best of all, you’ll laugh while you’re crying!)  This set features blush and clear glass stones set in rose goldtone that have an iconic circa 60s Avon feel to the design.  One of the pluses to the necklace is that it can be cinched up to be work at choker length as well.  I opted not to wear it at that length for this particular outfit because I felt it would pop more against a black (or dark) background–and I was right!  The earrings aren’t heavy, but they are bulk, and I broke out my trusty magic earring backers (they seriously work!!) to make sure they didn’t tip forward.  Definitely a pretty set to have on call!

This week I featured daily sale highlights from Avon’s campaigns 25 and 26 as follows…

Love chokers and the trendy layered look? Done and done in Avon’s Amazonite Power Stone Layered Necklace!

Another dainty layered choker–this time in silver with an aqua colored stone pendant!  ‘m thrilled that Avon is providing additional styles of chokers, rather than the typical black velvet ribbon with a pendant on it…though I love those too.  I love having options: colors, styles, metals, single strand or layers–they all make me happy to have on hand so I can better accessorize my outfits the way I’d like to, as opposed to being forced into a style box.

This week I featured daily sale highlights from Avon’s campaign 25 as follows…