This is Amy + Michelle

This is Amy + Michelle

This A.M.

Amy and Michelle became instant friends because of the common interests they share in their love of fashion, food, music and traveling. In This A.M. Amy and Michelle will share recipes, thoughts on eats, their unique fashion style and lifestyles from Toronto to Tampa...... 1,098 miles apart!

Friday, September 14, 2012

Beads Please

This A.M. lets talk about necklaces, beaded necklaces to be exact. I love beaded necklaces. I own them in all sorts of sizes and colors from big chunky necklaces to more subtle flirty pieces. You can effortlessly wear a statement beaded necklace with a tee to dress it up or add one for a bit of fun to a dress or blazer. Besides showing off your personal creative style and being a little different, the thing I love most about my various strands of beads is that I usually came across them at unique shops on outings out or vacations, making the necklace memorable and special.

Go out there and get funky with your beads and make an old outfit look new or turn a trendy look into your own!

XOXOX Mackers

Michelle wearing a necklace that Steve actually picked out for her in a small International boutique in Downtown St. Petersburg. The fun, chunky necklace that Michelle gets so many complements on was only $30.


Michelle is absolutely right! Buying and making your own jewellery can be affordable. Using Beads allows you to express yourself creatively and also get a one of a kind look.  In Toronto, The Beadery On Queen St. West. offers a wide variety on beads and semi precious stones.  They have every tool and supply everything you would need to make your own design. They even hold 3 hour classes that are suitable for beginners and advanced, where you learn not only the fundamentals of making jewellery but also how to properly secure your work and give it a professional finish!

 XOXO Ames


Wooden Beads at The Beadery 


Use your own creativity to make your own designs.  Visit www.thebeadery.ca to get tips and DIY advice
Tools, wire, semi precious stones and beads


The Beadery has been featured in many High Fashion Magazines check it out here
This jewel toned multicolored beaded necklace pictured on the left, was a fun find on vacation in the Florida Keys for only $29. Amy gave the coral BCBG MaxAzaria necklace to Michelle for her birthday, which was $58 from the BCBG store in Las Vegas.




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