Valentine’s Day can bring up a lot of emotions.
For those of us in relationships it can be exciting and fun, but also nerve-wracking. For those who have lost a loved one, Valentine’s Day is a day of remembrance.
Overall, the “day of love” has been commercialized and built up to be an eventful day. But, before we get caught up in how the world defines love, maybe we should focus on sharing a biblical kind of love with others this Valentine’s Day–something you can do when you purchase and wear Vi Bella jewelry! I so appreciate knowing that the jewelry I style and wear has come to me, made with love and talent by artisans who are well-paid. It makes me feel even more beautiful.
Whether you are reconnecting with friends over a cup of coffee or spending time with someone special, Vi Bella jewelry is the perfect way to accessorize with love because each piece of jewelry provides hope for the Vi Bella artisans.
For the record…you do NOT have to have a boyfriend to look cute and have fun on Valentine’s Day, but you can throw on a pair of boyfriend jeans for a good alternative (haha)!
For my first look, I designed an outfit perfect for spending a casual day with friends while still looking adorable. I paired my distressed boyfriend jeans with a collared shirt and red sweater for the perfect casual, but chic coffee run outfit. The Cassidy Necklace gives a great detail of red and silver without being too fussy.
If you are planning on going out for dinner on Valentine’s Day, the Cassidy matching earrings are perfect to throw on with a fun dress. I styled my favorite cheetah print dress (from Goodwill of course) with a cream cardigan, black tights and black pumps for a fun and flirty nighttime look.
Thank you for choosing to spread love by purchasing Vi Bella Jewelry!
Hi! I’m Shelby, a junior in high school and a fashion enthusiast who loves repurposing thrift store finds into high fashion outfits. Vi Bella Jewelry inspires me because it is fashion with a purpose and I love hearing the stories of hope from the artisans Vi Bella employs. An avid theater lover, I can be seen onstage in local Christian community theater, church choir and performing with my school’s show choir. I have a heart for those in need and hope to one day work with special-needs children. I believe in a Jeremiah 29:11 kind of future.
“ For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11