Write your own story

Each new day is an opportunity for us to turn the page and begin again.

What story will you tell yourself and the world today?

When we dress for the day, sometimes our clothes help tell our story, creating an outer expression of our feelings or helping give us what we need to face the day.

A business lunch may mean a confidence-inspiring ensemble while a relaxed outing with girlfriends has you in your comfiest white tee with your favorite jeans.

Maybe your day holds something that gives you apprehension, so you go with whatever feels like the closest thing to pajamas (and can be appropriately seen by the world).

Sometimes your jewelry furthers your story. With our Lenny & Eva line in particular, you can craft any story you want or need with their array of sentiments and charms that encourage, inspire and remind.

Match a “BRAVE”  or “STRENGTH” sentiment with a leather cuff or beaded link to set the tone for the day. Add beaded bracelets to complete the look.

 

Or maybe you need a little mommy strength to see you through your week. Hook your “Good Mama Mojo” to one of several Lenny & Eva chains.


Need a reminder to "BREATHE?" We get that. A birthday gift for your best friend? Grab her a monogram sentiment.


And if one word is not enough to capture what your day holds… we have just introduced the Lenny & Eva large sentiments and wide cuffs.

Choose from time-honored sayings like “I’m not afraid of storms. I’m learning how to sail my ship.”



or, “And though she be but little, she is fierce.”



We’ve just re-stocked our collection so stop in and we’ll help you create your own look and choose the pieces that tell your story best. There is such variety in this line that there are endless combinations and every one as unique as the woman who wears them.

Whether you are new to the line or already have your own custom collection, we would love to show you creative ways to combine the pieces.

And if you are so inclined, share your favorite combos on Instagram using #shopneena and #lennyandeva

Yours,

Kate

 

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