What I Wore to Work Weekly Linkup #32: Love Always

It is no secret that I have a weakness for gorgeous jewels, so I was so excited when Love Always sent over some amazing pieces.  I love my “T” sideways initial necklace….it is a fun, new take on the monogram jewelry trend.  The bracelet that I am wearing is great on its own, but would also work perfectly for layering.  Love Always has lots of affordable, customizable jewelry…I highly recommend you head on over!  I paired my pretty pieces with my floral blazer and a black pencil skirt.

floral blazer Love Always jewelry outfit

Blazer: Anthropologie (similar here and here)
Blouse: Banana Republic (similar here and here)
Skirt: Nordstrom (similar here and here)
Shoes: c/o T.J.Maxx (similar here and here)
Bag: Michael Kors (similar here and here)
Necklace: c/o Love Always
Bracelet: c/o Love Always

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26 thoughts on “What I Wore to Work Weekly Linkup #32: Love Always

  1. Daily Express

    Love your cool new pieces from Love Always, especially the bracelet! I hadn’t heard of them before but I just browsed their site and they have a lot of cute, affordable pieces. I really like their mint beaded droplet necklace. 🙂 -Gina

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  2. Megan Maddison

    I seriously can’t get enough of that blazer – the floral pattern is so pretty!


  3. marionberrystyle

    Oh my gosh…LOVE that necklace Tara! I am kinda over the whole traditional monogrammed trend but this is such a simple, novel way to wear it!
    Anyway, I hope you are surviving the start of March! We don’t have our spring break until mid-April…so it’s gonna be a long haul!
    Big hug from Vegas,


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