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Sheila: What's up everyone? This is Sheila and you're watching Bling for Broke. So, today we're going to talk about how to get bling for not that much bling and by bling I mean stuff like this, which would usually be around my neck and usually is. It's all cheap, cheap jewelery, but it looks really cool, right?
So, this bracelet right here has a coral beading, this sort of Moroccan-Inspired theme which is a huge trend right now "at ethnic jewelry" and you could get this for probably $50, $60, $70, if went to a department store or you could find it from a street vendor for like 5 bucks.
Of course that works, if you live in a city. If you don't live in a city, now we all know how much we love Target. Their jewelery department though is totally underrated. Like this necklace looks like I could have gotten in on the beach in like Billy's or something. No, I got it at Target in New Jersey along with these earrings which have the whole total coral matching theme going on here.
I mean, for $5 at Target, you can go out, wear them on the town, throw them in your purse, loose one have -- as you can see, I practice what I preach, this one is kind of missing a thing, but I don't care of because I have worn them a couple of times and they have totally served their purpose. If one of my girlfriends wants to borrow these, like borrow and never return them, I won't be pissed off rather.
Another great option, I cannot preach the awesomeness of Forever21 and H&M enough, I know, but this like pair of necklaces came from Forever21 and I have worn them so much that they now have that antique looking feel, which is something that you can a really pretty penny for to wear some old ladies jewelery or you can just wear your own jewelery all the time and then have it to about looking like this too. That's my preferred method of getting that look.
This pin which can, you know be used for anything from like tying together cardigan, if you want to use a belt or just like you know sticking it on your jacket, when you don't have enough bling going on, as I totally don't today.
It's just super like, if you've ever seen Office Space and Flair and all the pieces of Flair it's like having lots of cute cheap pieces of Flair. By the way, the jewelery purse, all maybe 10 bucks.
So, the moral of this story is, you see all these awesome like cool new jewelery trends in magazines and they are telling you to pay like, like invest $50 to $100 in anything to have a piece that you wear a couple of times or may be half a dozen times, don't do that, don't spend more than a $10 on something that you know you're probably going to loose or loan out to someone or it may or may not break, the third time you wear it.
Go to target, go to your mall, go to a street vendor, get it for cheap, much better idea. But that's just my advice and I want to know what you guys think? Where do you go to get cheap jewelery and what trend are you coveting right now? Hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org or post your comment in the Comment section below and we'll come back next week with some of your tips. That's it for now. See you next time.