Monday, November 7, 2016

Blame it all on my roots

My worn in scuffed up cowgirl boots will forever be one of my favorite pairs of shoes I own.  I have so many memories made in those boots.  From fairs to concerts they have been through it.  Even though I live far from the family farm and haven't worn my boots in months I will always have a little cowgirl in me.  
Montana Silversmith is a brand very well known in the world of cowgirl jewelry.  If you have been to a western store chances are they had at least a couple Montana Silversmith pieces.  Now for those of you who don't own a pair of cowgirl boots, don't stray away, they have subdued jewelry pieces and just pretty pieces in general.  Also the western look is back in these days so hit them up.        
I had the chance to choose a few pieces and share my thoughts.


My first item was the River Lights Turning Streams Ring.  Their jewelry is super high quality and absolutely beautiful!  They come packaged in nice velvet boxes that are perfect for gifts and storage.  


I am a big fan of turquoise and I absolutely fell in love with this ring.  I loved the design and the iridescent stone accents.  My only complaint is that my fingers are on the smaller size and the smallest size they offer is a 6.  It works but is just a little too big. 


I loved the simplicity of these Silver Horsehead Earrings.  They are perfectly dainty and subtle.  Perfect for letting your love of horses show without overdoing it.      


My last and probably my favorite piece is this Rock 47 Retro Flair Geometric Swag Fringe Necklace.   I love the turquoise stones and the fringe detail is fun.  I can see pairing this with so many outfits and I already have some planned this week.  It's perfect for adding a little western charm to your outfit without being too overly cowgirl.  This would be so cute peeking out from under a denim shirt or layered over a sweater.        


Let me know what you think about Montana Silversmith and if you liked what I showed you be sure to check out their website.

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