Hi everyone, I’m so excited to share today’s post with you because I’ve partnered with Mignon Faget to share graduation and mother’s day gift ideas. Plus we are giving away a piece of jewelry that is very special to me and to New Orleans. Mignon Faget jewelry is based in the Crescent City of Louisiana so I’ve been buying pieces from them since I was young girl. Let me rephrase that! I’ve been “receiving” pieces designed by Mignon Faget since I was just a girl beause I obviously couldn’t afford them myself as a young teenager. I would always get a new piece for a special occasion or milestone in my life like my 8th-grade graduation, 16th birthday and my high school graduation. I even got a few pieces from my old high school boyfriend as well as in college and I still hold onto all of them because they each hold a special meaning to me. I still continue to purchase pieces for myself and I just recently got this stunning oyster ring and matching necklace, which I have always admired in the store!
Have a look through Mignon Faget’s site to find pieces that remind you of your mom for mother’s day!
To celebrate all of the upcoming graduations and mother’s day next weekend, I teamed up with Mignon Faget to give you a chance to win the Oyster With Pearl Pendant Necklace to give to your mom or a new graduate who is special to you.
Follow the steps on the Rafflecopter app below to officially enter:
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All Mignon Faget pieces are available online. However, if you find yourself in the Big Easy this weekend for Jazz Fest, make sure to stop by the Mignon Faget store to take a little piece of New Orleans home with you!
About this dress: This darling lace dress is great for wearing to upcoming graduations, weddings and summer soirées. For size reference, I’m wearing the sz 2 and it fits perfect.
Photos by: Michelle Preau
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