As I’ve matured and evolved over the past few years, so has my style. Gone are the days of chunky statement necklaces and vibrant prints. That’s not to say I don’t appreciate a good Lilly Pulitzer dress, but I’d prefer it to be on someone else now. Recently, I’ve been craving unique, textile based jewelry that is either simplistic or that features natural elements and inspiration. 

Studdly is exactly all of those things and perfect for my style. What I love the most about the line though is that it was created by Maggie Antalek, a Buffalo, NY native and recent graduate of Northeastern University! She started her company about 2 years ago and has continued creating all of the pieces herself, by hand. Not only is her artistry impeccable, but her fun and outgoing personality shows through in all of her work. 

I chose to style my custom necklace and bracelet with a cozy, indoor ensemble. I especially love this Free People skirt that I picked up from the lovely ladies at Free People Las Vegas! I think the hard edges and textured feel of the jewelry are a great contrast to the chambray shirt and flowing peasant maxi skirt. In my opinion, the perfect accessories complete the out and Studdly did exactly that. Make sure you follow along on Facebook and Instagram for updates and new designs!

Necklace and Bracelet: c/o Studdly, Skirt: Free People, Shirt: J.Crew, Ring: Chloe & Isabel


Photography by Alexandra Pettinato

Linked up with: All About You, Big and Littles, Confident Twosday, Turn It Up, Tremendous Tuesday

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