I come from a long line of jewelry lovers. The ring on my left hand belonged to my grandma.
There used to be a time when I would shop for pretty sparkly things on a regular basis and it was all for me!!!
A fact I had almost forgotten about. Then my critical teenager says, Mom, what do you know about fashion, you don’t even shop at the mall!
Um, excuse me! I am an excellent shopper! Since I was 14 when I went to the mall on my own with a budget and bought myself a complete back to school wardrobe. I knew how to hit the sales and come out on top!
Nowadays? Most of the items I buy are small and character themed, and NOT for me. I barely get to update my wardrobe or shoes!
And accessories? Forget about it. I wear the same jewelry practically every day, unless I’m going somewhere special. But why wait until a special occasion when there’s an awesome discount to be used!
Don Roberto’s has passed along a savings for my readers. Yes, that’s right. The Holidays will be here before you know it, so here’s some help for me and you! Shop online at Don Roberto Jewelers and use the discount code BP25FP (25% off first purchase). *Discount is only valid online and must be be entered at checkout when purchasing online.
If you’re in the Southern California area, feel free to stop by and browse for jewelry in person at a location near you.
And, if you need it, Don Roberto’s makes it easy to get credit with them. Don Roberto Jewelers allows first time credit approvals for those who have no credit at all and gives second chances to those who may not have the best standing credit scores.
Chances are, I’ll be doing a little shopping there soon. I’m going to say it’s for me. But I would be lying. It will be for my girls, I’m sure. Because Santa doesn’t make sparkly jewelry along with the toys. And I know this little necklace will receive raves if it winds up under my tree.
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