JennifHsieh is a space for my rambling thoughts and snaps of my everyday style. I'm based in Astoria, Queens and I share a home with my two derpy cats and my equally derpy fiancé.

Guest Post: Boticca

Ever since I started working I have had a problem making my wage packet last until the end of the month. It’s like a race with me; once it’s in my bank account I have to see how quickly I can spend it. So after years of begging my parents for extra cash at the end of the month, I recently had a style epiphany. I realized that the one fail-safe way for me to get more mileage out of my ensembles was to accessorize, in particular with scarves and necklaces. Of course there is the school of thought that I should simply stop shopping but that’s never going to really happen.

I pretty much stumbled upon the use of designer scarves. Always a practical option in London’s temperamental weather it was only when my friend complemented me on my ‘new’ dress that I realized how a simple fashion scarf could jazz up or even dress down an outfit. Currently I am sporting a blue and white polka dot lovely from and I’ve never felt smugger on an unseasonably cold day.

Next on my list of ultimate transformation tools is the not so humble necklace. As someone who can’t claim to have a set ‘style,’ on days when I feel a little rock and roll, a chunky necklace or even a studded necklace leap into my hand but for days when I’m feeling more Park Avenue Princess, there is nothing better than a simple white gold necklace or long silver pendant to complete my ensemble. Voila, two looks in one.

So there you have it boys and girls, being stylish needn’t cost the earth. Trust me, I’ve been on both sides of this fashion theory and never has there been a wiser investment than the simple designer scarf or designer necklace. 


  1. Beautiful & stunning items :)))

    LOVE minnja

  2. These necklaces are stunning as are the scarves! I wonder if I could ever make something so glamorous... :)



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