I had a reader request to show how I organize my jewelry and I always like to see how other people organize their stuff so thought it would be a good post. I have piles and piles of jewelry as I'm sure lots of girls have. My biggest thing are necklaces, I have so many of them and I can not stop buying them! If you look at my lookbooks I think you will see me wearing a necklace in almost every look. I hardly ever go out without a necklace on.
This is my pretty jewelry organizer that is on the wall in our bedroom. I found this organizer through a post from my girl Candace Rose. I had been looking for the longest time for a jewelry organizer, I was previously using a DIY metal board + pins to hold up my necklaces but this was so much prettier. Sorry I don't have a picture of it closed as my flash kept on bouncing off the glass and making a horrible glare so you only get the open pictures, but closed it looks like a frame for your jewelry.
I love the little hooks. They're pretty strong so I can keep several necklaces or bracelets on one hook and not feel like it's going to snap off.
They're just hooks that I keep inside our walk-in closet. Because they look so cluttered I'd rather have them hidden away than out so inside the closet, next to the door was the perfect wall space. I started out with this one so that's why the hook is much nicer but once it got out of control, I just went out and bought those 3M Hooks that stick on your wall but are easy to take off, and just put them up next to the first one.
So, finally for my rings and my hoop earrings I use the "small canister" from Crate and Barrel and keep it on my nightstand. It's a nice small sleek box that's big enough to hold lots of stuff and not overclutter my nightstand.
Overall, it's a great little system for me and my crazy jewelry addiction. Lately I've been loving all of J. Crew's costume jewelry so have been buying it all from there but Forever 21 is always a great place to pick up some cheap but really cute stuff.
My latest obsession is with gold bracelets, click here to see my picks and tomorrow I'll show you my "jewelry essentials".