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why rainbow connection?

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The one thing that connects us all, LOVE. It makes the world go round, and in the end it's the only thing that matters. Our rainbow connection collection, was designed to remind you of that. The rainbow is a symbol of connecting, hope, joy and love all around the world. We hope you love these rainbow necklaces, and tiny stud earrings as much as I loved designing them.    Opal Arch Earrings worn by our gorgeous model Jenn Lish, styled by Erica Kopp of Stay Co  close up on our sweet rainbow pearl huggie hoops  ccan't help but get angel...

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BORCIK JEWELRY GIFT GUIDE

gift guide

BORCIK JEWELRY GIFT GUIDE

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my story with mental illness

my story with mental illness

A few months ago I had the absolute pleasure of working with Alice to document my journey with mental illness in photographs. It was a very real and cathartic process and I am ecstatic to show those to you now along with sharing my story.   So here’s the thing. It’s easy to be supportive and to spread awareness for others with mental illness. But to admit to myself and to others that sometimes I’m not okay, has been hard. So by telling my story. I hope to help some of you not feel so alone. And to help myself...

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Maggie Sottero Designs - Pretty In Pink

Maggie Sottero Designs - Pretty In Pink

Late last year I got an email from Maggie Sottero Designs asking me if I would style a shoot for their line of dresses! I couldn't say anything other than, YES PLEASE! I was so so excited. The theme was pretty in pink, so I automatically knew I had to have TONS of pink flowers.  Our florist Rachel Osguthorpe was a miracle worker and made us gorgeous arrangements and a 9 foot long flower garland of my dreams!  The flowers mixed with simplicity and classic make up styles really made the shoot pop!  I designed brand new rose quartz pieces for...

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Loved & Enough Photo Project: Anna

Loved & Enough Photo Project: Anna

This project is intended to give a voice to those with experiences with mental illness as this is something that is very close to our hearts. We hope that those who view our work and read the experiences of others will be able to better understand or empathize with people who are affected by mental illness. Now, we hear Anna's story.  My name is Anna Hiatt and I am a small town girl from North Carolina. I grew up in a tiny little town called Mount Airy. If you’re familiar with The Andy Griffith Show, my hometown is the town that Mayberry...

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