BrideBlu is an etsy shop owned by Cat (short for Catherine) that houses a collection of handmade and vintage jewelry. She carries beautiful pieces that are well crafted and look great on! With summer on its way I am getting into the Nautical theme and BrideBlu had just the accessories I needed to stay in trend with this theme!
First item I got was the KNOTTY v.1 braided nautical rope bracelet with anchor charm (gold) $15
This is a hand-braided bracelet made with creamy cotton rope and finished off with gold-plated end caps and a sweet anchor charm accent. Over-sized lobster claw clasp.
Second item up is the AHOY anchors away sailor necklace (gold) $18
Such a sweet dainty anchor charm necklace with a hand beaded back closure that features a red and blue Swarovski crystal, such a cute accent!
I absolutely LOVE both of these items! They are made beautifully and look great on. Check out my Nautical themed outfit inspired but these pieces (sorry in advance for my squinting eyes, it was very sunny out):
hohoho… it’s a sailor life for me
Are you going to be rocking the Nautical theme this summer? If so head on over to get your nautical themed jewelry from Brideblu! She carries a ton more than nautical themed items too, so if your not into the nautical theme be sure to check out her other beautiful pieces! She also has a blog called brideblu.blogspot.com where she likes to showcase Etsy finds, diy projects, BrideBlu updates, handmade giveaways, and the wayward outfit post (just for fun
BrideBlu is graciously sponsoring the Mother’s Day Giveaway event on my blog by offering one lucky person their a $30 GC to her shop! Enter using the rafflecopter form below or Head on over to the Mother’s Day Giveaway to view all the $950.00 worth of prizes being given away for this event.
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