Elegante Boutique

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

If you are looking for a shop that caters not only to women but also with men and children, Elegante Boutique is your go-to shop.

Elegante Boutique is a one-stop shop that is owned by Jess and Irish. I am lucky that they sent me some of their accessories that will definitely not disappoint you. I love how the four items exude different style but has the same feel: vintage and class.
 Eunice Necklace (black & white)
This necklace just screams class and elegance, with the pearls, the crystals and the color combination. Definitely a favorite!
A vintage piece that shows an interesting print on it. It made it more special when it was paired with gold and wood. A combination that I really like.
Another favorite piece of mine. The yellow rosette and gold detail are just perfectly quaint together. Definitely retro chic.
The vibrant color and the long tassels give off a perfect boho vibe.

You can find more of their fabulous pieces here:
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You can also shop on their Multiply site here

Watch out for these pieces on my future outfits!

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