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Check me out! Recently I was featured on YMI.com

http://blog.ymijeans.com/2009/06/23/the-next-big-thing-tea-party-edition/

Branché means trendy in French. I have been speaking French since 2003.

In Europe I noticed a dramatic difference in style and fashion. While visiting France, Italy, Austria and Switzerland I noticed a change in style from country to country. I developed a fondness for each country’s individual sense of fashion and wanted to share it at home. Using semi-precious stones mined in Italy, Africa, Russia, Canada, Brazil etc., I capture the essence of Branché. 99% of my jewelry is one-of-a-kind. My aim is to incorporate my personal style with European fashion and couture.

I began selling my handcrafted jewelry throughout Sout…

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  • Joined October 30, 2007

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About

Check me out! Recently I was featured on YMI.com

http://blog.ymijeans.com/2009/06/23/the-next-big-thing-tea-party-edition/

Branché means trendy in French. I have been speaking French since 2003.

In Europe I noticed a dramatic difference in style and fashion. While visiting France, Italy, Austria and Switzerland I noticed a change in style from country to country. I developed a fondness for each country’s individual sense of fashion and wanted to share it at home. Using semi-precious stones mined in Italy, Africa, Russia, Canada, Brazil etc., I capture the essence of Branché. 99% of my jewelry is one-of-a-kind. My aim is to incorporate my personal style with European fashion and couture.

I began selling my handcrafted jewelry throughout Southern California. I also acquired repeat customers around the country in Seattle, New York, and Florida. With further growth my jewelry is now making an appearance in France and Switzerland. Branché continues to grow and is now featured in various boutiques in Southern California.

Recently, I was interviewed and profiled by a fashion writer on The Fashion Source. http://thefashionsource.blogspot.com/

I invite you to preview my jewelry and see if you too are intrigued with, as the French say, “certaine je ne sais quoi.” Merci!

Craving more Europe action? Indulge yourself in my Euro blog at www.parleneparis.blogspot.com

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