GIVEAWAY: Etymology Jewelry Labradorite Necklace

Happy Friday, my lovelies! I am sooooo super excited to bring you this giveaway today.

Ever since meeting Natalie Jacobs this past winter at the Etsy pop-up shop at Macy’s, I’ve been in love with her pieces. Natalie’s shop, Etymology Jewelry, is full of colorful and crazy chic necklaces, bracelets and earrings handmade by her in her Brooklyn, N.Y. studio. You need to check her our on Etsy. GAH, I love them all!

This one piece in particular though, totally caught my eye — the labradorite necklace.

Horn, brass and beautiful labradorite beads strung on a 28-inch long rose-colored brass chain make this necklace a total style staple. I could just as easily wear this with a t-shirt and jeans as I could pair it with a dress. And one of my favorite things about labradorite is that its colors change from green to gray to blue, depending on what colors you pair it with. It’s hands-down my favorite stone!
(All images courtesy of Etymology Jewelry) 

The Prize: 
Natalie is graciously gifting one of my lucky readers this necklace, valued at $88! SWOON!

How to Enter:
 To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below:

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Exclusive Discount for NYC Recessionista readers:
And if you’re interested in shopping on Etymology Jewelry’s Etsy shop,  she’s giving NYC Recessionista readers a 25% discount off any order … just enter code NYCRECESSIONISTA at checkout for a limited time. Double yay!

Good luck, everyone!

NYC Recessionista

Editor’s Note: In addition to providing the giveaway prize, Etymology Jewelry has graciously gifted me with my own labradorite necklace to keep for myself. I have not otherwise been compensated for this post. NYC Recessionista is so thankful to all sponsors, both big and small, who share their goodies with my readers.