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Everything She Wants' Exclusive Discount on Isabelle Grace Jewelry!

Mother's Day is right around the corner.  So it's a good time to start shopping for the hot Mama in your life or to pick up a trinket for yourself.  Isabelle Grace Jewelry offers precious initial and name plate necklaces and bracelets that remind you of your kids, husband, or that someone special whenever you wear them.

These dainty designs are made with the finest materials -- 14kt-gold filled, 22 kt gold, sterling silver, and semi-precious stones.




Model (and Matthew McConaughey's baby Mama) Camila Alves proudly wears the "Camilla Necklace" ($335; see above photo) with her son Levi's name on it. And "Grey's Anatomy" star Katherine Heigl adores her "Script Name Charm Necklace" ($150), inscribed with daughter Naleigh's name.

But you don't have to be a Mom to wear Isabelle Grace. The designer also has a selection of handmade bracelets and earrings made with precious stones.  I have my eye on the "Uptown Girl Bracelet" ($50; see photo to the right) with smoky quartz faceted beads on a sterling silver chain.

Now here's your chance to shop! Isabelle Grace is offering Everything She Wants readers' an exclusive 15% discount on any purchase.  Just enter the discount code "Celeb15" before you checkout.


Image credit: Isabelle Grace




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