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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Sorella Fashions

I love jewelry and I am always looking for something unique that stands out, something that speaks to me, if you will. Actually now that I think about it accessorizing should be a sport in the fashion Olympics.... if they had such a thing. So I wanted to let you all know about a great new website that showcases custom made jewelry. I added a link on my sidebar but wanted to post about it too so you know to go check it out. My cousin's cute wife Jenn is the master behind these designs and has been perfecting her craft for over 4 years now. Her line is called Sorella which means sister in Italian.

Some of my favorites are....
The Lucy the little flower bead to accent the goldThe Amanda the layered look

And The the wood beads!!!

So please, take a look at her site and the next time you are looking for a unique gift or simply want to treat yourself then think of Sorella!!

Here is a blurb from her site

Designed with the fashion-forward in mind, Sorella Jewelry can add a sparkle to everyday casual wear, a fun flair for a girl’s night out and a touch of sophistication to complete just about any look in your wardrobe. With various styles, lengths and colors to choose from, Sorella suits the young and trendy to the bold and classic, making it great for gift giving or adding to your own collection.

Handmade jewelry made from a variety of materials for any occasion. Swarovski crystals, freshwater pearls, gemstones, shell, wood, Czech glass bead, acrylic, even vintage inspired.

Have a specific style in mind? The couture line caters to your unique fashion needs with custom orders available for all lines of jewelry, including the Bridal line (coming soon) which is designed to dress you and your bridal party for that special day. Find what you want, and get ready to flaunt with Sorella fashions by Jenn.

Ciao Bella's!


Tom & Angie Judd said...

I really think I need those earrings! I love 'em!! Thanks for the suggestion/link.

Hannah Johnson said...

Super cute and I love custom made jewelry. It's always a bit of a conversation piece. I'm excited to see the vintage inspired stuff-usually my fav!