Show Me Sparkle

Anyone who knows me, knows that I am completely and utterly obsessed with anything that sparkles. So I thought it was only fitting to show you some of my most prized (and SPARKLY) possessions from a fabulous (and local) jewelry company known as Sorrelli. For those of you who don't know, Sorrelli was founded in 1983 and planted their roots in Kutztown, PA. Now, besides the fact that it is extremely close to King of Prussia, the quality and selection of jewelry is second to none. I mean, the over-all quality of the jewelry is like nothing you've ever seen before. Sorrelli only uses the finest semi-precious gemstones and Australian crystals for each piece. Not only does Sorrelli offer a wide variety of products and variations but they also offer a lifetime guarantee on all of their products. So although it is costume jewelry, it is jewelry that will literally last a lifetime and can be passed down through all your fabulous generations of little princesses to come!

Now, I previously worked for a local gift shop that carried Sorrelli so my collection has grown quite a bit. But when picking out my beloved jewels, I thought of the many different ways I could wear them. Which is why I chose shades of crystal clear, opal, and aurora borealis. All of which have an amazing luster and can be stacked to work with just about any outfit! So if you're thinking of starting your Sorrelli collection, start with some great basics that are able to be styled infinitely. But also keep in mind, a bold pop of color is always fun too! So keep that in mind when checking out the Sorrelli jewels. And just in case you don't want to drive up to Kutztown, head into Designed Treasures to check out their large selection of Sorrelli. Plus it's better to shop small and support local businesses, especially because local businesses like DT offer Sorrelli at a lower price. It's never too late to get your sparkle on.

Can't get enough? Check out HeyJule today!

She is a fellow blogger that is just as obsessed with Sorrelli.

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