You know when your eye catches something different and you just HAVE to find out where it’s from (and how to get it for yourself!!)? That’s exactly what happened when I first saw an A Native Look piece worn by my friend. Seriously though I was mid-sentence when her cuff caught my eye. After that, all conversation focus was on the unique jewelry made by A Native Look.
Locally made in Raleigh, NC, A Native Look evolved when the owner, Kate Ward, was toying around with antique kilims and her sewing machine. Her idea was to create a statement piece that would liven up a basic outfit. Based on how I came across this brand in the first place, I’d say she can put a big check mark beside that goal!
Worn alone with a basic tee, A Native Look easily knocks your outfit up a notch. I also love how easy the lightweight, colorful pieces are to layer with other accessories. As seen below, my favorite way to wear a Native necklace is with another necklace or scarf.
Interested in having a piece of your own? Or do you know someone who would LOVE this with their name on it under the Christmas tree? You can shop online here: http://www.anativelook.com. If you’re out and about in North Carolina, check out A Native Look at any of these boutiques. And don’t worry, these bad boys won’t break the bank. Everything they offer is under $100!
The ladies from A Native Look were so kind to give me a skinny necklace for an Instagram giveaway! Follow the rules below for your chance to win and be able to rock A Native Look this holiday season!
1. Follow @danielledavisstyle & @anativelook on Instagram
2. “Like” the photo
3. Tag 3 friends
Giveaway starts: Monday, December 7th
Giveaway ends: Tuesday, December 8th @ 11:59pm
Winner will be announced: Wednesday, December 9th
Yes! I ADORE Kate’s designs! I wore mine to an ECU game and was stopped multiple times. xo, Champagne&Suburbs
I saw your ECU one… Obsessed!!
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