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Whatsername Jewelry Review & Giveaway (US & Can)

I don’t wear much jewelry – in fact, my engagement and wedding rings have been in my jewelry box for so long that I only have a vague idea of what look like! When I do wear jewelry, I like to keep it simple, never wearing too much at once. I also like to try different styles and looks depending on the occasion and what I’m wearing. A lot of my jewelry consists of fun pieces I’ve collected over the years that I like to rotate through. I’ve recently added a new fun little piece to my collection courtesy of Whatsername Jewelry.

Shop owner Meghan has a passion for making polymer clay jewelry. Her Etsy shop is filled with unique, fun fashions. Her latest line consists of hand painted varnished zodiac pendants in both black and silver and black and gold combinations. My silver and black Aries pendant arrived in a personalized gift box – something Meghan does for all sales. The box included an adjustable leather cord that I was able to customize to my liking (I like to wear my necklaces higher on my neck). The pendant itself was lightweight and very pretty. It’s a nice size as well – measuring 1¼ inches, so not too big or too small. I love the way it looks with a basic black top (a staple in my wardrobe!) and would wear this for a casual fun night out with friends.

You can view the line of Meghan’s zodiac pendants at her Etsy shop, and you can keep up with her on her blog and on Facebook.

Giveaway

One lucky Simply Stacie reader will win a $25 shop credit to Whatsername Jewelry towards the purchase of any zodiac pendant.


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Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Gina

Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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