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Stella & Dot Fall 2012 Jewelry Collection

Want to add touches of romance, exotic allure, and boldness to your everyday looks? With just a few pieces from Stella & Dot’s Fall/Winter 2012 Collection,  those looks can be achieved. For an edgy yet feminine addition to your look, try the delicate handcrafted Secret Garden Collection, a unique and graceful bronze collection of leaves in elegant pose or the intricate and beautiful Geneve Lace Collection, which features textures recreated from 1920’s lace

Want something more exotic and perhaps a bit animalistic? Stella & Dot’s Safari-inspired pieces. Go for bold color with the Tangerine epoxy stones and hand-cast gold, Olivia Bib Necklace, enchant with the Navy semi precious and acrylic stone Bahari Necklace and excite with either the Lakra, Luxor Link and/or Emerson Bangles or wear them stacked

Want to stand out? Stella & Dot makes some stunning statement pieces that range from classic silhouettes made with bold materials to more fearless styles and embellishments. My three favorites are the  reversible Tempest Necklace which gives you the choice of highlighting its stones side or silk ribbon side, the stunning, vintage-inspired Estate Bib Necklace and the tribal-inspired Lillith Fringe Necklace

Now if you’re looking for some great gift ideas, Stella & Dot has some great pieces that are under $50 that will make anyone quite happy – whether it’s delicate earrings, eye-catching bracelets or statement rings, they offer a wide range of selections to satisfy all.

Another great gift idea are their adorable charms which can be stacked on bracelets and necklaces. Add something simple like initials or pile on crosses, leaves, crowns, birthstones, zodiac signs, etc to celebrate mom, grandma, or yourself. Want to see more jewelry from Stella & Dot, check out more photos below and visit

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