Vintage costume jewelry

Jeans Banana Republic - White button shirt Gina Tricot

Bright blue pointy vintage heels Charles Jourdan, similar - Black tote bag Furla

Gold tone and blue stone vintage necklace - Vintage scarf Oscar de la Renta
In the past I have fallen for trending costume jewelry. A few years ago it was the "bubble necklace", then "flower cloister statement necklace", "teardrop" or the "chunky pearls". I fell for them all, in fact most of them still live in my necklace trays.  Some of them have lost color and of course are not on trend, yet I do hold on to them. Maybe because I am a collector or maybe just a hoarder. Maybe I will wait until 20 years pass and they turn vintage... 
In the meantime I am always happy to add more vintage accessories to my collection, specially if they are free, like this beautiful unmarked vintage necklace from an aunt's closet edit. 

Where are you when in comes to a costume jewelry?

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Mica said...

That's a cute necklace! I don't have many vintage pieces, but I do find I buy many more accessories than I declutter, haha! It's a simple way to change up an outfit if you just add a different necklace :)

Hope that your week is going well and you have a nice weekend ahead of you :)

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Sheila said...

That is a LOVELY necklace - I really like how you've done the scarf at the neck under the collar, and then added the necklace. I would copy this whole look.

I love vintage costume jewelry but I go to a lot of vintage fairs. I know what I like.

Jodie's Touch of Style said...

Not only is it beautiful, but also so sentimental. I love when we can have pieces that used to be in our family!!

E said...

Love how you styled this cute scarf and the necklace together!

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Nancy 's Fashion Style said...

I don't wear sentimental jewelry. But I do keep them in a special place. I

Lydia said...

Hahah it will be funny when the bubble necklaces become vintage. I do like this piece though, it's so pretty!
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