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10 Rules for Effortless, Everyday Style

In this series, I share some simple tips for leveling up your daily looks.

I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again: I love seeing how you style my jewelry!! It puts a huge smile on my face to know you love something I’ve made, and it also gives me new ideas for how to wear it myself. Today I’ve asked my friend (and fellow pregnant mama!) Jen Pinkston to show off how she’s been styling her Natalie Borton pieces and share a little bit about her go-to looks. 

Here’s what Jen had to say:

I’m living in dresses these days. When I was pregnant with Parker, my daughter, she was an April baby and born in California so cute jeans and light layers were my pregnancy staples. Now that we live in Austin, though, and I’m six months pregnant in Texas at the end of May, nothing except casual flowy dresses will do! 

When it comes to accessories, I’ve always been super minimal. An arm party on me you will not find, but what you will find are a couple of carefully curated rings or bracelets stacked together for everyday wear. What I love about Natalie’s jewelry is that it has enough interest to make it perfect for every day—which is probably why I find myself wearing it so often—but doesn’t call too much attention or overpower a look. I can’t remember the last time I didn’t wear this bracelet!

Overall, I love style that’s super approachable. The kinds of things that you don’t need a tutorial for because they’re so self-explanatory in their simplicity, yet perfectly pulled together. That’s likely why I  also love this long simple tassel necklace. It’s the easiest one-stop piece for an accessory that’s grab and go. It works with everything from a flowy silk mini dress to an easy jean and t-shirt get up. It seriously goes with anything!

I love the way she styled her Natalie Borton tassel pieces—she’s so radiant and glowing, isn’t she?! Take a peek at all of her style posts here, and get outfit details below.

Thanks for sharing, Jen!


Outfit 1: Natalie Borton bracelet | APIECE APART dress | Mansur Gavriel purse
Outfit 2: Natalie Borton bracelet | Farina blouse | The Perfect Jean Short
Outfit 3: Natalie Borton necklace (available in olive) | Madewell Dress | Rag and Bone boots
Outfit 4: Natalie Borton necklace (available in oliveChinti and Parker dress | Dolce VIta Esme sandal

Photos by Katie Jameson

Style Minute with Jen Pinkston

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  1. Shawna says:

    Love Jen and have always admired her style. She looks great in all of your pieces!

    Shawna || http://www.shawnaleeann.com

    • Natalie says:

      Agreed—I’ve been such a long-time fan of hers and absolutely love the way she created looks around her NB pieces. Can’t wait to feature you in this series soon 🙂

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I am a believer in owning your personal style, saying what you mean, asking for what you want, living authentically and the power of simplicity — in fashion, and in life.

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