Styled by Silpada

This post is sponsored by Silpada.
I’ve been searching for ways to escape the winter blues, and
there’s nothing quite as energizing as having your close friends together to
sip and shop. I love any reason to entertain and play with new jewels, so I
partnered with Silpada as a Stylemaker to share how I hosted a Styled By Silpada party.
I love brunch, and, naturally, my friends share my affinity
for day drinking and breakfast foods. This lead to a super sweet (literally)
brunch complete with pink frosted donuts, chocolates, sugar-coated candies and
raspberry lemonade cocktails. Aesthetically, I love anything light and bright,
so I coordinated the food and drink options to be in pink tones. Natural light
was an important element to the party and I opened up all the curtains to bring
in as much light as possible.
I styled the jewelry on display in my living room on an
accent table and coffee table with touches of marble to contrast the jewelry.
Besides the marble tiles, tray and table, I incorporated ceramic vases and
antlers to display the pieces. We gathered in the living room and tried on the
pieces together. I wanted something casual and laid back so my friends could
relax, skim the Silpada catalog and test out the jewelry. I love any excuse to
have friends over, and it’s quite easy with the ShopBox that was mailed to me
(plus some party ideas to make it fun for guests). So much fun! And I like the
idea of hosting rather than asking others to host—the Stylemaker role is about
hosting your own parties and using the pieces sent directly to you to sell. And
anything you can’t sell can easily be mailed back. And commission is around 25
to 30 percent per piece.
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My favorites pieces were the black-and-gold ring and the
jade goddess necklace. I love adding a statement necklace like this piece since
I’m usually wearing tees or simple blouses. My friends loved the watch and
crossbody bag!
To shop the collection or become a Stylemaker, visit Silpada or shop
the pieces in my ShopBox labeled below:
Make a statement!

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