Maya Brenner State Necklaces As Seen on Celebrities Such as Katy Perry, Eva Longoria Parker, Jessica Simpson and Giuliana Rancic! And Giveaway Alert!!!
“First Class Fashionista”, the fabulous state necklaces are all the rage this season! As seen on celebrities such as Katy Perry, Eva Longoria Parker, Jessica Simpson and Giuliana Rancic from E! News, Maya Brenner’s gold and diamond encrusted beauties have made quite a scene in the fashion world.
Available in the state of your choice, these state-shaped masterpieces make the perfect addition to any outfit. The Maya Brenner State necklace looks really great with everyday ensembles or is a perfect piece to make a statement for any special occasion.
Last Friday, I was very delighted to receive my 14 karat gold, California-shaped state necklace, a gift from Maya Brenner to review and keep, I was awed! The attention to design was flawless, the curves on the outer edge of the state were immaculate, and my new gold signature State Necklace, most similar to the Maya Brenner necklace as seen on Giuliana Rancic, laid perfectly on my collarbone. The Maya Brenner State Necklace, running around $300, is a trendsetting accessory, worth every penny.
This Maya Brenner Design is great for anyone. The Maya Brenner State Necklace won’t sit and collect dust in your jewelry box, because you’ll want to wear it everyday! Also, the signature State necklace is perfect for celebrating your home state’s patriotism for the 4th of July and so much more. You can represent your state while staying the fabulous Fashionista you are!
For more information or to purchase a Sate necklace of your very own, visit Maya Brenner Designs .
*Bookmark this page! For our valued readers, we’re planning to hold a Maya Brenner Design giveaway! Yay!!!
Disclosure: I received one or more of the items mentioned above for free for this review. This is an honest review. These are my thoughts. I only recommend products or services I use or have used personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.
Originally posted at “First Class Fashionista”