What are some lessons youve learned about accessories working with Lia Sophia?
KE: First of all, I got started working with Lia Sophia because I was trying to find a second income (adoption is expensive!). I found the business to be fun and affordable, and it gets me out of the house once a week to hang out with other women. It’s not work for me; it’s just fun. The versatility of the jewelry is a major selling point. You can wear a long necklace as is, or wrap it around your wrist for a bracelet, or wear it as a belt. And the styles run the gamut from traditional to trendy and anywhere in between. This is not your grandmother’s jewelry! I’ve also learned that you need to try things on. What looks good on one person doesn’t always transfer to the next. I hear so many women say, “I don’t really wear jewelry.” But when they start trying stuff on at a jewelry party, they convert! brava: What are some of the trends that you see coming up? KE: Hammered metals. Matte finishes. Long, asymmetrical necklaces. I’m seeing more cuff bracelets. The chandelier earrings are beco
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