What jewelry to bring for a weekend getaway

What jewelry to bring for a weekend getaway

How to wear it: the weekend getaway

The smaller the trip, the more I overpack. I have no idea why I think I will need so much stuff for so little time, but I’m slowly getting better at packing both less stuff and lighter items. The biggest thing I have started to do is to wear the heaviest items en route. This usually means boots, a coat and jewelry. As a jewelry designer I usually justify packing more baubles than I need pretty easily, but I almost always am perfectly happy wearing the same pieces all weekend if I pay attention to what I pack. With just the three pieces above, I can be pretty much set for a weekend away. Statement earrings and a cocktail ring will take you out for an evening on the town as perfectly as they will add sparkle to this day time travel and exploring look. Throw on a pretty bracelet and you’re ready for anything. I would most likely pack one of my signature Critter Necklaces just in case…because I mean c’mon, it’s all about the baby steps.

Keserin Speak For Me Earrings // Lily Zsa Zsa Bling Ring in Rose Gold // Rivka Hot Like Fire Bracelet

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  1. Beautiful! I love it, Sierra. I, too, overpack on the sparkle and end up spending my time in just the same 2-3 versatile pieces I traveled in. Great idea about traveling in heavier items to conserve prime real estate in bags for other stuff (especially for a token from your getaway).

    PS- The jacket in your blog-post outfit is gorgeous! Will you share where you found that beauty or the designer?

    1. Thank you Laurel and so glad I’m not the only one with the over packing and never wearing what I pack problem! It’s like I imagine I’ll be a different person whan I arrive at my destination or something.

      The jacket is from Danier and appears to be sold out, but according to polyvore…this is a list of similar items: http://www.polyvore.com/cgi/shop?tid=90695777

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