The Art of Versatility: The Da Vinci Pendant 3 Ways

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Okay so I’ve done quite a few The Art of Versatility Posts (see others here), but I’ve never done a piece of jewelry for this series and I’m so excited to share one with you today! Side note, I’ve actually styled this dress for you 3 ways. See the post here.

It’s really cool to know the backstory behind any product or business, but it’s even more cool when you know the person and have gotten to witness the process. My friend Courtney launched her first jewelry collection earlier this year and it is such a beautiful brand.

Always Coco was created with the desire to simplify your style and create a habit of intention instead of just mindless shopping. Her pieces are made with versatility in mind and the desire to not overcomplicate things. Her pieces can be worn several ways and remind you to treasure simple joys. As someone who has struggled with anxiety all of her life, she also created her brand with mental illnesses in mind. For every piece you buy, she donates 5% to the National Alliance of Mental Illness, to promote simplicity and bring awareness. You might notice that the shape of the Da Vinci Pendant has an A and a C for Always Coco, but also has an A and a D, which is in honor of those who battle anxiety and depression on a daily basis.

Okay so you might be like how the heck do you wear it differently?! Let me tell you that her pendant is actually patent pending… it is that cool! There are little holes along all of the edges, so you can actually string the pendant any way you like. I have the mini pendant, but it also comes in a larger size!

Up first, I’m wearing it like a sunrise, with the longest length of the chain, along with an 18” layering chain. Each pendant comes with a 30” chain.

Here I’m wearing it like a moon and slightly shorter. The 30” chain clasps like normal, but it has a little bead so you can easily change the length to whatever you desire!

Last but not least, I’m wearing like a sunset, with more of a choker length. It truly was made to fit your life right down to your mood!

What’s your favorite way that I showed? There are several other ways too, like diagonal! Y’all know I’m all about versatility, so I hope you enjoyed this Art of Versatility that was a little different than normal. If you still need a good Christmas gift, a Da Vinci pendant would be a great idea!! Courtney plans to launch a do design next year, so stay tuned!!

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