The Giving Season is coming….

The art of giving…

“From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life.” ~ Arthur Ashe

The Giving SeasonWell, we wanted to let all of you know some exciting news…

Here at Bare and Me we are lovers of the “Holiday Season” and we want to be the givers…

Here is how it will go and we are truly excited about this. We want to give-a-way something (gift cards, jewelry, little things we love) for SEVEN DAYS, December 1-7th.

We wanted to do something wonderful for all of you who read and share our blog. Make sure to pass this along to loved ones because the winners will be the people who truly love what we do… IF you love our jewels, then say it. IF you love what we say, then say it. If you think we are AWESOME, then say it…



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We will be watching… WE will also be posting some of the give-a-ways to peek your interests… They WILL BE AWESOME, just like us…

Denim on Denim on Denim!


In the 90’s, fashion was definitely something to be remembered. You had your high wasted jeans and your crop tops (which are already back in now), and your scrunchies and velvet vests.

Well lately there has been  a lot of denim on one body. Denim everywhere. Denim shirts, denim jeans, denim jackets, denim skirts. This trend has come back in full force and everyone is loving them some denim.

It is called the two-toned denim look, and all the celebrities are beginning to rock it. Stores like H&M and Urban Outfitters are carrying the latest styles and teens to adults are all wanting some denim in their lives.

What I have noticed is that a lot of the celebrities have different tones of denim on their bodies. They throw on some lighter denim boyfriend jeans with a darker denim button down top and somehow it looks good.

Singer, Rihanna, has been seen in a knee length denim pencil skirt and a dark denim button down top, and she has been shown in all the magazines, for her sense of style.


It just goes to show that you do not have to limit denim pieces to just jeans or jackets, you can have different things like skirts, and denim designer bags.

This denim on denim isn’t just some random phase where people are trying to make it work again. It has been seen at this years Fashion Week in New York and Milan, and has exploded every where else.

Who knows what the next newest trend will be..But I sure am excited to find out!